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Shoe Damage Report & Shoe P0rn Central - Part II

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

  1. luk-cha

    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    haha report to mod's
     
  2. isshinryu101

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    How very classic! My first experience with Footjoy was a couple of pairs of ATROCIOUS sneaker-style golf shoes my uncle owns. Little did I know they made incredible shoes for nearly 100 years, before going overseas for production... especially the older ones. Very nice 2-tone tassel loafers. My Dad gave them the "seal of approval", as he is the Loafer Expert of my family.
     
  3. Cravate_Noire

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  4. meister

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    Love the bowtie design of the penny loafer closure part on the vamp.
     
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  5. Achillus

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  6. SpooPoker

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    Those crocs are nice, but I think the penny strap is too wide for such a narrow waist.
     
  7. isshinryu101

    isshinryu101 Senior member

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    Excellent skin & a bold style for a loafer. I am NOT a loafer man, but I can't argue with the craftsmanship.
     
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  8. VRaivio

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    I'm finding the alligator oxfords on Cravate's blog superb, these loafers have that overwide strap that's bothering me.
     
  9. edmorel

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    So I know that elongated, beveled lasts are the rage and I was on that train for some time but I have been going in the other direction as I have a high instep, am on the wide side of medium width and just think that rounder lasts work better in my closet. Also been pushing to suesde a lot as Iagain, it just works great in my closet. Nothing very exciting here, two chukka's, wingtips. In a nod to funkiness, I went with a navy lining. That is ias exciting as I find myself getting with shoes now.

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  10. Ich_Dien

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    who are they by, ed?
     
  11. rexor12

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    Suede wingtips looking really good, something about warm dark suede that looks really inviting.
     
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    Love the tobacco chukka's. And the navy lining. (Might steal that idea, actually...)
     
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    +1

    Not my schizzle, but they look nice for sure.
     
  15. isshinryu101

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    I'm glad you checked that blog, friend. The lace-ups are niiiiiiiiiice!

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    the toe cap is interupting the scale pattern. not good, sorry
     
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    Hey, Fritzl, are those suedes that Edmorel posted paprikas?
     
  18. fritzl

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    unfortunately not. iirc, these are from the EG for Kurt Geiger frenzy on the 202 last.
     
  19. Achillus

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    The are indeed.
     
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    My head just exploded. Both of em'.
     

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