- Nov 14, 2017
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Bingo, from the pics I can confirm they are made by Cheaney.For those interested in a deal, Drop 93 has some of Armoury's house line split toes available at a discount. They're factory seconds. Price is pretty good at $300 ish.
The Armoury shoes are designed in collaboration with Yohei Fukuda, one of the greatest bespoke shoemakers in the world. With a low-slung silhouette and sweeping lines blowing back towards the shoe’s quarters, giving shoe last a soft, chiseled toe while widening the ball of the foot. Comprising...drop93.com
Fit wise it should be the same. Visually I believe on a longer foot the shorter apron should look better. It would assist in not making the foot appear longer.A couple of pages back there was this discussion about longer vs shorter split. Now, i have the Carmina Norwegian - Forest in dark brown Suede which has a relatively short split-long apron. It's a beautiful shoe, but I find that the proportions look kinda off on a long foot (UK10.5). Would a longer split - shorter apron be better for longer feet a la TLB for example?View attachment 1314214
Thanks for sharing @WilYa. Interesting article in that I never considered the SpTD in a cordovan leather. Not bad looking at all.Article on Ascot Kaan by Vass
They look good in cordovan .. but I don’t like the sole on it .. just gets the balance wrong