Shoe Damage Report & Shoe P0rn Central - Part II

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

  1. cptjeff

    cptjeff Senior member

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    If that's not what he meant, that's what he should have meant.

    I do prefer a shorter toe for casual wear though.
     


  2. Orgetorix

    Orgetorix Senior member

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  3. cwh812

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    You mean like these?

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    Yes, exactly like those, but in black with silver buckles. Casual enough for jeans? Which last would people recommend?
     


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    EG MTO psychedness today. Steven at Leffot strikes again.
    Westminsters in Antique Burgundy

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    Also, just picked up some of this for conditioning - anyone use it?
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  5. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Senior member

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    Ebayed these: Alden #8 shell saddles.

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    beasting
     


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    Seal oil FTW

    zOMG! Where to kop? [​IMG]
     


  8. Prince of Paisley

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    These must be on the "Lechter" last?
    Wow, almost as ugly as those CG/C&J loafers with the green ribbon....

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    [​IMG] I did like these until you posted that, now I see they are a bit
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    The cross-over stitching doesn't help them - it's a bit reminiscent of a straight-jacket... [​IMG]
     


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  11. ilvwhtgrls

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    My new "1 pair of Black Dress shoes." I need to decide what to do with my old pair. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Make and model?? Thanks in advance. opps, nvm. thanks anyways.
     


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    Make and model?? Thanks in advance.

    Looks like C&J Belgraves.
     


  13. ilvwhtgrls

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    Looks like C&J Belgraves.

    Yup yup, lol who woulda known that the post right after would tell me that. Any chance on getting a pair on the west coast?
     


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    zOMG! Where to kop? [​IMG]


    Apparently, Hermes.
     


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    I got these very cheap from E-bay, 92 pounds including new cedar shoe trees and shipping to Sweden.

    They are Alfred Sargent Dulwich, from the classic collection (rubber heel and not fully leather lined). I can't feel the difference in suede quality between these and the AS Thin Red Line suede brogues though, it looks to be exactly the same:

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