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Shoe opinions

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ceestand, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. ceestand

    ceestand Member

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    What do you think of these shoes?
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  2. whoopee

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    They don't do anything for me. The third is the worst.
     


  3. demeis

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    in order is how i like them.

    The first seems somewhat unbalanced
    The second not a fan of the broguing
    The Third just don't like the bicycle stitching, looks somewhat frankinstienish.
     


  4. Lucky Strike

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    Number two works visually as a country shoe in the British tradition, I think.

    The other two are nice-enough, but I have to agree with Whoopee.

    What make are they?
     


  5. skalogre

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    Number 2 is ok I think but would like some pictures from a different angle.
     


  6. demeis

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    The problem with two is that the broging by the bottom of the laces is about 3 lines and a bit much IMO.
     


  7. skalogre

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    The problem with two is that the broging by the bottom of the laces is about 3 lines and a bit much IMO.

    There is brogueing by the laces? Cannot even see it here.
     


  8. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Distinguished Member

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    In what situations would you be wearing them?

    How big are your feet, in size and compared to the rest of you?
     


  9. thinman

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    Although it may be the angle of the photos, the vamp looks too elongated on all of these shoes. On the second shoe, the broguing extends too far up the vamp for my tastes. The balance looks all wrong on these shoes.
     


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