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Shoe Damage Report & Shoe P0rn Central - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. Hampton

    Hampton Well-Known Member

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  2. SHS

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    I have returned the Church's. I couldn't get past the imperfections after all. :(
     
  3. alexSF

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    Talking of Sanders...

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  5. Burton

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    How do these fit?
     
  6. alexSF

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    I think that they are made on the Last M265 (http://www.sanders-uk.com/products/Salisbury-117.php)
    I've found them slighty narrower and longer compared to the most common Sanders last 4831, but not to change size, I wear size 8.5 in both.
    I'd say they are a standard F fitting shoes.
     
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  7. MalfordOfLondon

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    Bally Scribe Derbys:

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  8. Hampton

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    Didn't like those Bally...
     
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  9. mimo

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    The quality of the "Scribe" range is nice - I've seen a few. But I do feel the options are a bit limited and contrived, and at £750 minimum, it's not far off some more celebrated MTOs (G&G, for example), and a lot more than a Vass or Carmina. That pegged waist looks great though - is that within the normal options?
     
  10. hendrix

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    those bally are lovely. Nice leather.
     
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  11. rikod

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    +1, I like them a lot
     
  12. sinnedk

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    bally are sick, i want em
     
  13. NAMOR

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  14. mimo

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    Yes! Explain?
     
  15. imainish

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    Bally Scribe Derbys:

    :nodding: I have those in tan.....great shoes....enjoy them!
     
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  16. Hampton

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    NAMOR? Wtf is that... new shoes?

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  17. Shikar

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    Namor, are those our boots?

    Regards.
     
  18. MalfordOfLondon

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    Namor don't leave us hanging....
     
  19. NAMOR

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    hey guys, those are some Alfred Sargent Miller boots in production. As Shikar eluded to, 6 SF'ers on the AFPOS thread collaborated to come up with the design:

    Miller Balmoral Boot made to handgrade level (handlasted)
    Austerity Wingtip
    Brown Shell Cordovan lowers with pin grain calfskin uppers
    Double leather sole
    All eyelets (not my choice to make, unfortunately :p)
     
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    Carmina boots in cognac cordovan on single leather soles
     

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