Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jhcam8, Oct 2, 2011.
Looking good in your Ruby's Jazzy!
Thanks Mike, the Ravello's that you're selling are pretty sweet also. Very tempted. I'll give you a shout out on the best of B&S.
Hah! Thanks. Those Ravello NSTs are an amazing shoe. Let me know if you are interested. They are a pretty rare makeup and getting harder to find due to the rare leather and hand stitching.
These are awesome, bud.
Muchas gracias Must share my funny story. They were a little stiff getting my foot in for the first time. When I finally got them on they felt extremely tight in the lower instep. So tight I had a hard time walking. I was concerned, this is my size and last, what could be the problem? I figured they needed some breaking in. By noon time my feet were hurting big time. I loosened both laces all the way to the bottom. It was then that I discovered that the tongue had slipped inside the front of the boot on both sides. I gave the tongue a tug and pulled it out, instant relief. After that the boots felt great even on the first wearing.
Preciosas!!. Wear them in good health!
Ageing very nicely, this is what I'm looking forward to.
I'm facing the same problem; I contacted Carmina about these burgundy cordovan longwings:
The entire cordovan collection is only available as MTO if it's not in their current stock due to cordovan shortage. Luckily the upcharge for MTO isn't that big (€30 in the quote that I received).
These would be my first pair of cordovan shoes; if anyone has a better suggestion (model, colour or brand) as to what I should purchase feel free to respond.
Carmina jumper boots. Oscar last, "dark Cognac" shell. A year's worth of wear has added some nice patina.
These were a Skoaktiebolaget GMTO. I have the boots on my feet right now. Possibly the most comfortable footwear I own.
@Jazzmenco those ruby shell bal boots are insane. In a good way.
You are killing the game, as always.
Carmina saddle cordovan 973 boots on maiden voyage yesterday:
Carmina burgundy shell boots:
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