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The Shoe Abomination Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jrd617, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus

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    Plenty of toe room.


    Dude, those are kids shoes. That doesnt count.
     
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    These are my favorite, but they'd be better in rat.
     
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    I still think they are bespoke kids' shoes.
     
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    Only 5? [​IMG]

    I assume these were among them:

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    There are 5 shoes on that page that I would rock the fucking hell out of.

    These?
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    I still think they are bespoke kids' shoes.

    Probably right, you and Spoo. Maybe made for some toeless guy?

    Anyway, that site has some fine looking footwear - not so ordinary, eh?
     
  9. softy

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    Yeah, it's intriguing stuff.
     
  10. SpooPoker

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    Only 5? [​IMG]

    I assume these were among them:


    Yep, that was #3 on the list.

    These?

    You know me well, lufty. Those were #1.
     
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    Berluti, from current collection:

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    Yep, that was #3 on the list.
    I was being facetious, but there you have it. Balls of steel. [​IMG] I like how the shoe trees are matching powder blue, hah!
     
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    I was being facetious, but there you have it. Balls of steel. [​IMG]

    And he wasn't?

    I don't like them, but I bet I could pull them off.
     
  14. SpooPoker

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    I was being facetious, but there you have it. Balls of steel. [​IMG]
    I like how the shoe trees are matching powder blue, hah!


    Yeah, I like how the broguing is scaled. Thats pretty cool, never saw that before.

    And he wasn't?

    I don't like them, but I bet I could pull them off.


    I could pull these off like a freshmans panties, son. [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, I like how the broguing is scaled. Thats pretty cool, never saw that before.



    I could pull these off like a freshmans panties, son. [​IMG]


    Lol.

    Yeah, they give a sort of neo-rococo feel to me, kind of novel.
     
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    I still think they are bespoke kids' shoes.


    These remind me of footbinding. Ghastly.
     
  17. Axel Ferguson

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    I would say kids' shoes as well. Just have a look on the website at the size of the zipper in comparison to the shoes. I can't help but find them cute to be honest.
     
  18. SpooPoker

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    I would say kids' shoes as well. Just have a look on the website at the size of the zipper in comparison to the shoes. I can't help but find them cute to be honest.

    "Daddy, daddy - Look! The fiddlebacks on my shoes are awesome!"

    [​IMG]
     
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