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TLB Mallorca - Made in Spain Footwear

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Burzan, Jun 18, 2018.

  1. GFox

    GFox Active Member

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    I’m sorry for the delay but I finally can write a little review about a MTO I ordered through TLB during the Black Friday.
    I will edit my post later in order to add my pictures of the shoes worn and unworn. But through the official site you can see the shoes (and in matter of fact I was really surprised and happy to see these. They are the oxfords on the left).

    First I have to tell you about the delay, my first MTO and it took only 10 days (more or less) before the shoes had been sent and two more days to receive them.
    Really happy, great service department, shoes are really comfortable from the first wear, a top for me for that price point, really.
    About sizing. I’m an overall 6.5 uk for most brands I tried today including Carmina (rain), Cobbler Union, Meermin, Loake and more.
    I will order for sure my next pair of shoes through them (probably the Williams as i need a pair of black oxfords) when I’ll be hable to do it.

    About the oxfords, I have chosen the Taylor as a base, then add the dark brown England leather, Alan last with a JR sole and flat laces.

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  2. GFox

    GFox Active Member

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    Hi everyone,

    Firstly I wish you a happy new year.
    Finally I’m able to do my review with pictures from my latest pair of shoes from TLB (sorry for the double post here).

    So an Oxford in Alan last, old England dark brown colour, JR sole and flat laces.

    Pretty happy with these, comfortable from the first wear. I should take a Half size down maybe they run a little bit large but I don’t know if 6uk would be to small.

    So here are the pictures.

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  3. evangel21

    evangel21 Well-Known Member

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    Congrats. They look great. Enjoy them!
     

  4. Youssef

    Youssef Active Member

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    Hi,

    I’m quite interested in trying TLB as they have nice shapes and styles as well as what seems to be good leathers...

    But is it justified to pay full price for TLB when such good deals Carlos Santos are available?

    Any hints on good deals for TLB?
     

  5. Burzan

    Burzan Distinguished Member

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    The grain longwing. Actually a lot less bulbous than I expected based on the web photos. Really great looking in person.

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    Nice bluchers.
     

  7. Burzan

    Burzan Distinguished Member

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    Another shot of them

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