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Howard

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I was tricked! :angry: I thought this thread about meat, I guess that would go into the Food Drink And Travel one.
 

Adriel Rowley

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I do go for red meat, though will not go for horse, because of my love of horses.

Nice looking shoes though a bit busy for my tastes.
 

eagle2250

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I do go for red meat, though will not go for horse, because of my love of horses.

Nice looking shoes though a bit busy for my tastes.
Hoping not to come off sounding 'tasteless,' I too "go for red meat," but my culinary and sartorial experiences include critters of the equine persuasion. Growing up in the country, I also love most animals and have owned and raised chickens, rabbits, dogs, horses, a calf and a pig, etc, through various phases of my life! ;)
 

127.72 MHz

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I do go for red meat, though will not go for horse, because of my love of horses.

Nice looking shoes though a bit busy for my tastes.
Good old Oxblood. What a perfect and versatile shade!

Plain toe derbys/bluchers could be more basic.
Cap toes could be more basic.

And I understand that one's tastes are subjective.
But for wingtips these may be about as basic, and classic, as can be found.
 

Flanderian

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Hoping not to come off sounding 'tasteless,' I too "go for red meat," but my culinary and sartorial experiences include critters of the equine persuasion. Growing up in the country, I also love most animals and have owned and raised chickens, rabbits, dogs, horses, a calf and a pig, etc, through various phases of my life! ;)
Equine!?!? :eek: :eek: :eek:

Don't make me wait any longer Flanderian. I give up, who made these?
Straight out of Tokyo! :eek:

These long wings were credited as being made by JOE Works Shoemakers. While Japanese shoemakers are better known for their super svelte oxfords, the Japanese also have a long standing love of Ivy. (After all, they own both J Press and Paul Stuart.) And when they want to, they can do it very well. I have no beef with a really, really well made pair of gunboats, Tokyo origins not withstanding.
 
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