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Tricker's MTO - Forum group buy

Discussion in 'Preorders, Group Made-to-order, trunk shows, and o' started by rkusmant, May 4, 2011.

  1. Marcellionheart

    Marcellionheart Senior member

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    zippyh Senior member

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    How about doing a stubby Stow sometime?

    From the Bureau.
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    rkusmant Senior member

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    Damn that looks nice.... but sometimes the barbour welt is not the best option, I think blind welt will work better for the stubby Stow
     


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    Whats a blind welt ?
     


  5. Marcellionheart

    Marcellionheart Senior member

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    A style of welting in which you cannot see the stiches from the upper.

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    bibs Senior member

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    any pics of the stubby stow in the blind welt ?
     


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    I don't think i've ever seen a stow with a blind welt. What about a stubby Stow with a regular flatwelt instead?
     


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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    stow would be terrible with a blind welt.
     


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    Stow with a fat 360 degree bead of silicon chalk would be epic! The clunkier the better, eh?
     
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  11. rkusmant

    rkusmant Senior member

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    Do you think if you remove 2 eyelets from the Stow and use barbour welt it'll be too 'bottom' heavy?
    Stubby Stow is kind of in between Boots and Chukka.....
     


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    IMHO a stubby stow size looks best in a rugged finish, like the waxy cuba. I quite like the idea of a regular stow in navy , barbour welt maybe with a contrasting tongue.
     


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    Marcellionheart Senior member

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    Below is the model for the inspiration of the Burgundy longwing boot. Ours will look similar but with commando sole, burgundy suede tongue, and red calf lining.

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    Damn, nice longwing boots... I wonder how a stubby longwing would look?
     


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