John Lobb Luffield

photo © John Lobb
John Lobb Luffield (in black leather, as worn by Bond in Casino Royale)
photo © John Lobb

photo © John Lobb
John Lobb Luffield (in brown leather)
photo © John Lobb

Daniel Craig wears a pair of black John Lobb Luffield shoes in the movie Casino Royale (2006) during the scenes in the casino. The tuxedo is by Brioni, the shirt and bow tie by Turnbull & Asser, the cufflinks by S.T. Dupont and the watch by Omega.

John Lobb Luffield details:
2 eyelet derby
Plain vamp
Sweeping quarters
Hand finished bevelled waist
Color: Black Museum Calf

Product Code: 
cl011

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Dear friends!
I was looking a few pictures on the internet and I found one that shows Bond wearing a pair of balck John Loob Romsey. I will send the picture to admin so they can upload it to the website.

i have just got a paire of these shoes over 1000 dollars canadien these are the best you guys should all buy them if you have the money

I have spoken to a tailor recently about John Lobb and the superb finish of these shoes.
Although worn formally ,a black Derby is less formal than an Oxford because of the 'open lacing'.However there seem's no relevence to that with this shoe because it is so stylishly understated.
I was also informed by this Tailor that English shoemaker 'Barker' offer excellent alternatives to many other top English shoemakers at a great price.The shoe he was wearing is called 'Tipton'by Barker and seemed not a million miles in appearance from this John Lobb,apart from the fact that I believe his shoe had three eyelets.

The John Lobb shoe is a must have for every man!

I dont have any words to discribe this shoes brand, they are gorgeous and i wish one day i could afford to buy them.

One of the things on my "bucket list" was not to climb Mt. Everest.

It was to get a pair of John Lobb's from the original store in St. James Place in London.

Finally, in 2005, I took my family to London and Europe for a vacation. While there, I ordered a bespoke pair of black calf skin, cap toe, lace up's, which is a traditional pair of "business" shoes. They cost me about $4,000.00. They also made me bespoke shoe trees, which cost an additional $800.00. Well worth the price. John Lobb comes to major U.S. cities twice each year, so you do not have to go to London to get them.

Service after the sale is extroadinary.

I know have about 10 pair and I love them.

I am from Texas and I have had bespoke boots made since 1983 and I love them, but almost nothing is as cool as a pair of bespoke John Lobb's (not Hermes).

You only live once, so go for it.

I also recommend bespoke Charvet ties from Paris. They cost the same as ready-made in the States, but they are bespoke.

Just Keep Living!

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