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Shoe Porn - John Lobb Paris New 1105 Last Shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sysdoc, May 3, 2006.

  1. J.P. Myhre

    J.P. Myhre Well-Known Member

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    Sysdoc,
    Very good pictures which clearify the different details!
     
  2. GQgeek

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    I'm not sure about the calf/suede thing, but the color of the parisian museum calf is gorgeous. I also really really like the Ardilla museum calf.
     
  3. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I'm not sure about the calf/suede thing, but the color of the parisian museum calf is gorgeous. I also really really like the Ardilla museum calf.


    I agree. One of my favirite Sysdoc shoes was the lizard/suede shoe he showed right before the crash.

    The last looks great. The 7000 fits me like a dream while the 8695 is completely unwearable. I will try this one the first chance that I get.
     
  4. Hyperspaced

    Hyperspaced New Member

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    Could you repost the pictures? I can't see them. Thanks!
     
  5. tiger02

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    Sys, you're not taking your ball and going home now, are you?
     
  6. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Sys, you're not taking your ball and going home now, are you?
    I noticed this yesterday, in several threads. I think he's pulling a Cartman: "screw you guys, I going home." And how about new member guy pointing this out for the board. Maybe we weren't stirred up enough about it.
     
  7. Teacher

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    On the next Rikki Lake: Grown men who throw public tantrums!
     
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    On the next Rikki Lake: Grown men who throw public tantrums!


    probably time to revise/limit the edit feature. honestly, after a day or two, the post should get locked in and made uneditable.
     
  9. aportnoy

    aportnoy Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    On the next Rikki Lake: Grown men who throw public tantrums!

    How is this statement helpful? Sysdoc took more time and energy than just about anyone to share with this Forum his deep knowledge and beautiful examples of his passion. In fact, I didn't own a single pair of John Lobbs before Sysdoc started posting on the SF, so he clearly opened a new world for me.
     
  10. Hyperspaced

    Hyperspaced New Member

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    I don't want to make waves; I just want to see the shoes. But I think that he who posts it should be able to taketh away--though, as mentioned, I wish he would put it back.
     
  11. whnay.

    whnay. Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    How is this statement helpful? Sysdoc took more time and energy than just about anyone to share with this Forum his deep knowledge and beautiful examples of his passion. In fact, I didn't own a single pair of John Lobbs before Sysdoc started posting on the SF, so he clearly opened a new world for me.
    Have you seen the man's avatar? What do you expect? :wink:
     
  12. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    How is this statement helpful? Sysdoc took more time and energy than just about anyone to share with this Forum his deep knowledge and beautiful examples of his passion. In fact, I didn't own a single pair of John Lobbs before Sysdoc started posting on the SF, so he clearly opened a new world for me.

    Teacher has been throwing a tantrum about Sysdoc for months. He got his feelings hurt over shoe cream.

    I too will miss Thomas. Hopefully he will resurface.
     
  13. Tomasso

    Tomasso Senior member

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    Teacher has been throwing a tantrum about Sysdoc for months. He got his feelings hurt over shoe cream.

    I too will miss Thomas. Hopefully he will resurface.



    I would trade 100 Teachers for 1 Sysdoc, in a NY minute. Who wouldn't?
     
  14. Aus_MD

    Aus_MD Senior member

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    I would trade 100 Teachers for 1 Sysdoc, in a NY minute. Who wouldn't?

    Tomasso, that's most uncharitable. [​IMG]

    Aus
     

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