- May 27, 2013
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Thank you so much. Hopefully your second order has the seamless heel and looking forward to see more of what you have ordered. It’s always so nice to see your videos on YouTube and especially for the SpTD shoes I always keep my eye onThese are truly incredible. It’s funny how some Yeossal SpTD’s have a seamless heel and some don’t. My pair that was part of the collection group order doesn’t but I have a second pair on order, so we’ll see how that goes.
Thank you so much. I agree I would like the Rosewood kudu as well and maybe I will do a MTO at some point. For now waiting on two more SpTD orders.As @Encore said, JEALOUS is the word here!!
One thing i've started to notice is how long the actual split toe is and how it changes the aesthetics. Seeing them all side by side shows how much longer the split toe is on the dovers compared to both the Y and GG. Also interesting how the pie crust has nice round shape on the dovers but the Thorpes is more squarish on the toes.
The GG rosewood kudu would make a nice addition to this collection. There's enough difference between them and the Oak kudu thorpe to keep both.
That makes sense and looking forward to see your make up.oh yea I'm definitely getting OT on horween espresso hatchgrain, just as a "2nd" one I would get AM as the "dressier" option (smooth calf, and i like dark burgundy), probably settle with Argenum Welt rather than handwelt with AM
Both are amazing and too bad I missed out on isham rosewood few years back.
Thanks, bro! I’m editing the OT unboxing now, so that should be out this week.Thank you so much. Hopefully your second order has the seamless heel and looking forward to see more of what you have ordered. It’s always so nice to see your videos on YouTube and especially for the SpTD shoes I always keep my eye on
Do you take the same size for GG shoes vs. boots in same last? And if so, do they feel the same inside?
All look fantastic!Cross post from the Yeossal thread.
Just took delivery of the Yeossal - Thomson shoes (SpTD) and following are the specs:
Last: YC3 with 3 mm reduced instep.
Leather: Chestnut Utah (Hass Utah Grain Leather)
Sole: Leather (Black/Natural Color) + Metal Toe tips
Sole Shape: Spade
Trees: Lasted shoes trees (Double Barrel Spring).
Extra: slight burnishing and shine on Toe/heel
Please Note pictures posted below are taken inside so they may look slightly darker than when taken outside.
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My main concern was the fit and they fit perfect.
Good enough room in toe area and very good fit in length/heel/instep areas.
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I am glad i didn't order the SG65 last as that would have been tight for the toes for sure as i feel the toe area is very tapered on that last and i think YC3 last is better suited for SpTD.
The only negative thing i can say for this order is the burnishing was done darker than what i had asked for.
After wearing for few minutes i feel i am fine with that burnishing and can use some Saphir Reno. conditioner to lighten a bit in future. Overall i am very happy with the shoes and i highly recommend Yeossal Team and Jackson.
These Guys are fantastic !!
I will post more comparison pictures with EG SpTD and G&G SpTD as well sometime soon
If you decide they just don't fit like you want, let me knowThe Ishams are actually half a size bigger but that's because I had missed the originally GMTO and looked for one used. Couldn't find one in size 9, these are 9.5. They're a bit longer in length but not too bad, and definitely not unwearable.