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Shoe Pictorial Index

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by von Rothbart, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. Eustace Tilley

    Eustace Tilley Senior member

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    I'm sure the TD surcharge would bring it to $8,000.

    [​IMG]
     
  2. aportnoy

    aportnoy Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I hate it teh exotica.
     
  3. LeatherSOUL

    LeatherSOUL Senior member

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    I love the description: "Don't forget the faded jeans..."

    Yeah, if I had an EG Oundle in black gator I'd match them with a pair of faded True Religion jeans. [​IMG]
     
  4. LabelKing

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    Not a very attractive exotic.
     
  5. aportnoy

    aportnoy Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I love the description: "Don't forget the faded jeans..."

    Yeah, if I had an EG Oundle in black gator I'd match them with a pair of faded True Religion jeans. [​IMG]


    It would perfectly compliment your exposed chest hair.
     
  6. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    Not a very attractive exotic.
    I don't find it to be an attractive exotic shoe, either.
     
  7. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    It would perfectly compliment your exposed chest hair.

    It could talk too???!
     
  8. bengal-stripe

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    I love the description: "Don't forget the faded jeans..."

    not forgetting the peak label (sic) sport coat!

     
  9. imatlas

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    I love the description: "Don't forget the faded jeans..."

    Yeah, if I had an EG Oundle in black gator I'd match them with a pair of faded True Religion jeans. [​IMG]


    And you'd fit right in around Vail. Especially if you are over 70.
     
  10. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    And you'd fit right in around Vail. Especially if you are over 70.
    I'm in Vail now. I'll be on the lookout for this look.
     
  11. luc13

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    Hi,

    I'm impressed. Thank you!
     
  12. dragonlair

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    Thanks for the pictures! Amazing

    Those John Lobb Tudor Boots are killing me. Any idea if they are going to be on sale? and how much will they cost? I don't want to feel guilty for paying $1500 + tax for them @ NM
     
  13. SKYVALET

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    von Rothbart,

    Very good work on the pictorial index!

    We are a DC based store that specializes in Edward Green, Vass, Loake, Allen Edmonds etc.

    Please feel free to liberate any images from our site that you may need.

    Yours,

    Sky Valet Shoes

    http://www.skyvalet1.com/
     
  14. strsinthesky

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    Wow this is a great thread. Gave me some ideas =] [​IMG]
     
  15. von Rothbart

    von Rothbart Senior member

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    von Rothbart,

    Very good work on the pictorial index!

    We are a DC based store that specializes in Edward Green, Vass, Loake, Allen Edmonds etc.

    Please feel free to liberate any images from our site that you may need.

    Yours,

    Sky Valet Shoes

    http://www.skyvalet1.com/


    Thanks. I saved many pictures from your site and I'd like to update the index. But thanks to Manton, I can't edit the index any more.
     
  16. william

    william Senior member

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    Thanks. I saved many pictures from your site and I'd like to update the index. But thanks to Manton, I can't edit the index any more.

    Seriously. I've got a bunch of pics I could add to this as well.

    Is there not anything that can be done to allow this to be updated again??
     
  17. grimslade

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    Thanks. I saved many pictures from your site and I'd like to update the index. But thanks to Manton, I can't edit the index any more.

    I thought it was sysdoc's fault.
     
  18. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    Thanks. I saved many pictures from your site and I'd like to update the index. But thanks to Manton, I can't edit the index any more.

    Can the mods rectify this please? This thread is a great resource and should get some new additions.
     
  19. Tarmac

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    Here's an explanation of the Edward Green lasts by Tony Gaziano. For those that don't know, he designed the 888 and 82 lasts, and certainly worked extensively with the others. This is taken from the London Lounge Site posted November 7, 2005. I hope this is OK to post it here, since I don't know how to link directly to it. "Hi Guys Just to clarify, the 606, 202 are the same family and the 888,82 last are the same family, the last that was produced for Fosters was the 88 last and the 32,33 last were the parents of the 202,606. so the EG last order goes like this. first the 32 round toe last second the 33 square toe version of the 32 third the 202, adapted 32 to fit better fourth the 606 square toe version of 202 fifth 808 elegant square toe based on the 88 but did not fit well sixth 89 developed for R.Lauren as a better fitting 808 seventh 888 bespoke looking last developed from 202 but longer and narrower toe box eighth 82 round toe based on 888 ther have been other lasts produced by EG but mostly for other customers, not EG core range. there are also numerous slip-on last, but there development history is not as striaght forward. Tony"
    quoting for prosperity, it's possible that there are slight typos here, for example I don't quite understand how an 89 could be a better fitting 808, or how 888 is a bespoke-looking 202. but essential info here.
     
  20. william

    william Senior member

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    Can the mods rectify this please? This thread is a great resource and should get some new additions.

    +1...again...
     

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