Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
Don't get me started.
Agree Completely!!! I found them on a website called Upper Shoes.
For that much I would just get Vass.
You could almost get 2 pairs of Vass but that is a very nice last on the Church's
The oxford model is Chatsworth.
I've not found the dub munk yet.
If the Heritage line is indeed their series on the 137 last then the Dub Monk model is the Burghley. I posted a few [admittedly bad] pictures of mine [after a few wearings] quite a few pages back.
Link to the post here.
I'm not a photographer so I'm sure I made the shoe look bad, but you can request detail shots and I'll do my best to fulfill them.
One more decent shine post from the "shoe care" thread. During my Friday afternoon conference calls, I multi-task from my home office. This was a couple of months ago. RM Williams Craftsman in chestnut yearling. Plain ole brown Kiwi wax.
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These look great.
Meet my new friends, Mr. Cadogan and Ms. Chelsea Green.
Tonight will be spent polishing! Which begs the question: which one should I wear tomorrow??
Black doesn't get enough credit around here.
^ hawt. Are those from Mr.P?
I was thinking the same thing...great looking shoes and I'm thinking of purchasing for myself for Christmas.
Great to see an actual pic of the shoes!
Very nice. I have a pair with silver buckles but I like how the gold looks. One annoying consideration with buckled shoes is the need for same colored belt and buckle. I had a hell of a time finding a pebbled tan belt with a gold buckle to match my buffalo tan monks
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