Shoe Damage Report & Shoe P0rn Central - Part II

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  1. luk-cha

    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    cool michels, what color are these cedar or chestnut?
    see me surprised, that you care about the name of the colour. i call it a beautiful shade of brown [​IMG]
     


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    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    see me surprised, that you care about the name of the colour. i call it a beautiful shade of brown [​IMG]

    sometime dont care, is made to care - but i do agree it is a loely shade of brown, i just want to know what that shade is called[​IMG]
     


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    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    sweet Vass's[​IMG]
     


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    sweet Vass's[​IMG]

    Actually, its Zee's. [​IMG]
     


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    He have hammer toes,
    left foot.
    Bad fit footwear cause that.
    ls left foot longer than right?

    - CUSS YOU..
    Work in progress...
    - keep the markings
    Actually, its Zee's. [​IMG]
    - CUSS! Now we are going to witness a total CUSSING FUSTER CUSS..
     


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    HF seems to be a fanatic about the fit....very nice to see.[​IMG]
     


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    leather looks good and i like the colour. what is it called?

    +1 on the markings, adds a nice touch and you can dress them down, if you want.
     


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    cool michels, what color are these cedar or chestnut?
    Thanks; they're "vintage" chestnut.
     


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    The 2 eyelet derbies look like the Lobb Luffield.

    Also, I believe that Corthay are GY.


    Good call on the Lobb Luffield... but from my understanding Corthay = blake / rapid? I thought they were made in the same fashion as Berluti?
     


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    Good call on the Lobb Luffield... but from my understanding Corthay = blake / rapid? I thought they were made in the same fashion as Berluti?

    Nope. Except for the Black patent Limited Edition Arca, all Corthays are GY welted.
    And they are closer to EG TD or JLP than Berluti in quality, IMO.
     


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    Four seconds work with a kitchen knife will have the heel taps off, with no damage done.

    +1, or a screwdriver for instance.

    Done! The screwdriver did the job.

    Thanks,
     


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