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I figured that St. Crispin's deserves its own thread, particularly given the recent announcement of LeatherSoul as the exclusive retail partner in the US. I'll start....










 
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Medtech does St. Crispin's offer bespoke? Love the shoes. Is there a particular name for the laces?
 

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I figured that St. Crispin's deserves its own p0rn thread, particularly given the recent announcement of LeatherSoul as the exclusive retail partner in the US. I'll start....











I understand the why of the metal tap in the front of the shoe. But how do you walk without slippng? I always push off on the toe of my shoe. Could someone tell me if this is an issue or something that looks like an issue but isnt.
 

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wonderful idea. cheers
 

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There is like a 27 page thread dedicated to St. Crispins pr0n. I looked through it and lamented being a student.
 

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The ones above are awesome as are medtech's first pair
 

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I understand the why of the metal tap in the front of the shoe. But how do you walk without slippng? I always push off on the toe of my shoe. Could someone tell me if this is an issue or something that looks like an issue but isnt.

everyone pushes more or less. i can tell you something. when i don't have taps, it's visible after one wearing. with the taps, i never heard a click, unless i do it on purpose.
 

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