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Pictures of bespoke St Cripin's shoes

pabloj

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The trees look better than the shoes.
I'm not joking and this doesn't mean criticizing shoes and starting a flamewar.
 

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I think the most marked characteristic of St.Crispin shoes is their waist. These pics don't show the waist of the shoes thus shoes look quite ordinary.
 

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The shoes don't look too impressive. Which is a good thing. I am somewhat bored with these overly flashy "Hey look at me! I am bespoke!" designs. Understatement in terms of design but a perfect fit. Great shoes!
 

Eustace Tilley

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I love them! Well done stimacher. The last pair, in particular, is stunning!

Can you please share with us the fitting process with SC?
 

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Unfortunatley, they are not mine. I purchased them to sell. Otherwise this post would of course include a full description of the process. I posted the pictures because I had never before seen St Crispins bespoke and I thought other people may be interested to see some. Sorry.
 

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I preferred your Corthay´s (still dribbling from those)
 

stilmacher

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Originally Posted by Wicky
I preferred your Corthay´s (still dribbling from those)

A new pair of Corthay is on its way. Pictures should be up next month.
 

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I like all three of those quite a bit - nice, versatile designs on attractive lasts.
 

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