- May 25, 2015
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Wow, sounds impressive! Any pics?
He’s underselling a bit. His relentless pursuit of awesomeness ended up with me having the original bags and box too.
Wow. I'm flabbergasted. These are my grail shoe, in any condition, let alone nib!J&M was one of the best, and not just for the Handmades. Great lasts, leathers and top notch finishing was the order of the day.
Oh yeah, and those Handmades.View attachment 1483789..
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Wow, looks fantastic, and of a relatively recent make too. Thanks guys
Ay. Those are insane. Can't decide if I'd get much use out of croc shoes after reselling a pair of shark that I couldn't seem to wear....The texture was just a bit too much for me but these J&M crocs are so crazy nice.
Well, now I may take this approach with a pair of Sanders & Sanders chukkas that are ever so slightly too short. Couldn’t quite figure out how to elongate them in the toe box.
What a handsome pair. It seems like the gents of that era didn't have EEE width feet. Too bad.Finishing off the last of my blue collection this week. These are 1950's Mansfield longwing spectators. Mansfield was a lower level line made by Bostonian. The materials definitely feel cheaper than I'm used to from that era, but still a nice shoe and it's rare to find a longwing ventilated spectator.View attachment 1484378View attachment 1484379View attachment 1484380View attachment 1484381