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Discussion in 'Andy's Trad Forum' started by Flanderian, Nov 11, 2018.
Remember when: Should any have missed it, a great photo in a great ad -
Indeed it is a classic ad. I'm a big fan of American made gunboats, especially shells. I have several pairs of Florsheim 93605's and they're well made on a nicely shaped gunboat last.
While USA made Florsheim are still fairly common if one is willing to search on Ebay my absolute favorites are Nettletons,...
Great topic Flanderian.
Guess who made these!?
I was tricked! I thought this thread about meat, I guess that would go into the Food Drink And Travel one.
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!
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.
Don't make me wait any longer Flanderian. I give up, who made these?
Straight out of Tokyo!
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.
Horse roast is phenomenal.
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