Shoe Damage Report & Shoe P0rn Central - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. Slewfoot

    Slewfoot Senior member

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    ^ Similar bubbles popped up on my Vass cordovans today which I was prepared for, but they seem to have gone away after a bit of rubbing with a cloth.
     
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    Alden for Leffot ravello captoe boots. Grant last, flex welt.

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    Sick.
     
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    Nice. Are those english made?


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  5. goodlensboy

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  6. goodlensboy

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    Nice. Are those english made?

    Thanks. 'Hand made in Italy' as written on the soles.
     
  7. Groover

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    Been a while since I posted some porn.... 2 year old Edward Green Inverness Edwardian Antique 82E Last [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Are those worn? What is ER?
     
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    Are those worn? What is ER?


    +1 - your posts and informative nature is missed here, Groover
     
  10. kev777

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    +1 - your posts and informative nature is missed here, Groover

    +1

    BTW Groover Beautiful classic english shoes [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] Are those worn? What is ER?
    Yes they're worn. The logo on the trees is for Ede & Ravenscroft, These are a pair that were made for them by EG.
     
  12. Groover

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    +1 - your posts and informative nature is missed here, Groover

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    BTW Groover Beautiful classic english shoes [​IMG]


    Many thanks.

    Time out was needed.
     
  13. Wes Bourne

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    Wes - pics of your sno-sealed boots by any chance?

    Iirc, these have now been treated 3 times (2 coats each time) since I got them last year:

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    Aside from that, I've wiped them down with a damp cloth whenever they got too dirty, but have yet to polish them.
     
  14. Burton

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    These are not mine but I really like them and wanted to share.

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    Sargents MTO.
     
  15. kolecho

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    These Sargent MTOs are obviously a take on G&G's diamond cap. Not quite there yet, unfortunately.
     

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