- Dec 17, 2016
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Finally a seamless model, love it
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To me this is the love child of Riva and Chiseled-B. Almost like they took the Riva and made it a chiseled profile but not as aggressive as Chiseled-B. I'd seriously consider making i pair in this last next time.Soooo the EQUO last...thoughts?
A new classic – we believe: The Oxford with Alligator topline on our brand new EQUO last, exhibiting a restrained elegance with its Alligator topline, being reminiscent of a two-tone shoe, but more laid back.www.saintcrispins.com
Saint Crispin's. It's one of the shoes referenced in the dedicated section. . Since it wasn't British, French, or Italian - it fell into the "other" section.I know Santoni had something similar, but don't recall StCs having the style. Who made the one Hugo Jacomet referenced?
I don't have experience with relasting. Saying that, my primary concern would be receiving a new shoe that may potentially exhibit problems. At that point, you'd have two pairs that aren't quite right (the original & the new pair). Resolve any outstanding fit issues before proceeding with a new order. Should save you time and money. Additionally, it will provide you a little more time to decide what the new shoe would look like.I'm planning on ordering a new pair of shoes on My personal last, but I need to make some adjustments to the last. I also want to have my first pair relasted.
Does anyone have experience with the relasting process?
Do you think I should order the new pair first or have the old pair relasted first? Thanks