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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by david3558, Feb 24, 2011.
Good God, you perv!!
Do you have any shots of the Tetbury next to the Brecon, I am trying to decide between the two. Thanks...
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no shots..but brecon is 341 last tetbury 348
brecon is a shoe with round toe more and there isn't with suede
imho brecon is more classical.
I could give you Cottesmore (341) vs Tetbury (348), if that would help any?
Tetburys owner's, how do you condition/polish them?
Like regular leather?
Get both man, what is wrong with you?!
OK I am just kidding. I will post a picture of all 3 next to each other (Northcote, Tetbury, & Brecon) later. I am away now.
Some pictures of the Northcote, Brecon, & Tetbury
IMO, Northcote is the dressiest (formal), Tetbury is more versatile as it goes with suits, kakis, or jeans, and Brecon is on the casual side.
One more shot.
By the way, they all have the Dainite rubber sole.
Sartorial, what size do you wear?
I am US 13D, I normally like to get UK12.5E, but often settele for UK 12E for RTW.
For MTO, I get the UK 12.5E or UK 13E depending on the maker.
That's why the Tetbury and the 341 lasted ones look so much "sleeker" than mine.
Satorial thanks so much. I agree the tetbury is the most versatile but I love the pebble grain in the Brecon!
If you don't mind my askin', but where did you find a brand spankin' new Lindrick?
The brown shell one was last made 9 months ago, or so.
Seems like they're back
I have a connection iwith Ralph Lauren people where I get all 13's in anything C&J or EG. The Lindrick was made for RL about a year ago.
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