No Time To Die wardrobe: possible spoilers

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  • JTullock23JTullock23 ArizonaPosts: 302MI6 Agent
    I saw it. I enjoyed their interaction. It was great. The scene/clip was great too.
    "History isn't kind to men who play God." - DC "I gave him the limp." - PB "Better make that two." - TD

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  • CharlesRobinsonCharlesRobinson Posts: 53MI6 Agent
    TheExit148 wrote:
    JTM wrote:
    SilentSpy wrote:
    Biggest image according to Google. Any clue on the shoes?


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    There was a some discussion about them a little earlier in the thread (around post #5580-5595) but nothing definite yet.
    I've lightened the larger one I found, and you can see the tread on the heel that looks like the Palladium boot.

    Open the image in a new tab and you'll be able to zoom in.

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    I've worn Palladium boots for years, love them - they're lightweight and comfortable and drain brilliantly if you're tabbing in them. Noticed about 6 months ago the pricing jumped massively and wasn't sure why - guess it'll be due a jump again soon.
  • Mattia De VartiMattia De Varti ItalyPosts: 262MI6 Agent
    Could it be this model? It has all the requirements from what we see:metal eyelets, brown colour, rear loop, clearer (maybe grey) rubber sole and front

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  • MrDaltonMrDalton Posts: 61MI6 Agent
    Could it be this model? It has all the requirements from what we see:metal eyelets, brown colour, rear loop, clearer (maybe grey) rubber sole and front

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    Looks like a possibility to me. I have nothing against Palladium boots, and would applaud a cheap boot from 007, but def not a fan of something made in China.
  • CheverianCheverian Posts: 1,124MI6 Agent
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays. I own the Church's, the Drakes, and a bunch of C&Js, but the Moltons are special.

    Worth saving up for.
  • Mattia De VartiMattia De Varti ItalyPosts: 262MI6 Agent
    Maybe this one is a closer match as for the colour

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  • _Stocks_Stocks EnglandPosts: 329MI6 Agent
    Maybe this one is a closer match as for the colour

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    So are we thinking mahogany or chocolate?
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  • MrDaltonMrDalton Posts: 61MI6 Agent
    You're not helping my bank account any!
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays. I own the Church's, the Drakes, and a bunch of C&Js, but the Moltons are special.

    Worth saving up for.
  • apple8apple8 London,UKPosts: 106MI6 Agent
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays. I own the Church's, the Drakes, and a bunch of C&Js, but the Moltons are special.

    Worth saving up for.

    Think I’m going to have to go to the Jermyn Street store and pick up some Moltons now, was a little on the fence but everything I’d read has been positive
  • Royale-les-EauxRoyale-les-Eaux LondonPosts: 293MI6 Agent
    edited October 2020
    apple8 wrote:
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays. I own the Church's, the Drakes, and a bunch of C&Js, but the Moltons are special.

    Worth saving up for.


    Think I’m going to have to go to the Jermyn Street store and pick up some Moltons now, was a little on the fence but everything I’d read has been positive

    For balance my left one bent weirdly just above the toe cap because the suede was extra stiff and it took 4 days occasionally walking to soften and stop it scrapping all the skin off my big toe knuckle every time that foot pushed off...which it had done the first day. The Islay's never did that!

    Still...look good, and Bond doesn't mind a little blood. :))
  • apple8apple8 London,UKPosts: 106MI6 Agent
    apple8 wrote:
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays. I own the Church's, the Drakes, and a bunch of C&Js, but the Moltons are special.

    Worth saving up for.


    Think I’m going to have to go to the Jermyn Street store and pick up some Moltons now, was a little on the fence but everything I’d read has been positive

    For balance my left one bent weirdly just above the toe cap because the suede was extra stiff and it took 4 days occasionally walking and dubbin application to soften and stop it scrapping all the skin off my big toe knuckle every time that foot pushed off...which it had done the first day. The Islay's never did that!

    Still...look good, and Bond doesn't mind a little blood. :))

    Oh wow, do they look even now?
  • HalfMonk HalfHitmanHalfMonk HalfHitman USAPosts: 1,962MI6 Agent
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays.

    Hey, quick question, since you have both - are you wearing the same size Moltons as you are Islays?
  • sunny01sunny01 Posts: 453MI6 Agent
    Noi wrote:
    Connolly is a small brand, I have made the experience that they need a little longer for requests but that they process everything quite reliably. And yes the shirt is expensive but that is not due to Connolly, have a look at the Online-Shop at Finamores, 290 € is an average price for a shirt and goes up to 400 €, everything under 200 € is on sale

    https://www.finamore.it/shop/en/40-shirts

    Don’t think Connolly Finamore on sale will be option anymore unfortunately as they seem to be sold out. Finamore shirts seem to be very expensive anyway so interested to see how their quality compares to say Tom Ford etc.
  • Royale-les-EauxRoyale-les-Eaux LondonPosts: 293MI6 Agent
    apple8 wrote:

    Oh wow, do they look even now?

    They're fine now. It was just that when you bend your foot you'll see a line across the toe cap and a pinch where the suede bends with the foot on the inside of the shoe. That pinch just needed softening out as it was in a slightly different spot to the other foot and it cause them to scrape across the toe every step.

    They're very comfortable now.
  • Mattia De VartiMattia De Varti ItalyPosts: 262MI6 Agent
    _Stocks wrote:
    Maybe this one is a closer match as for the colour

    76887-257-0e79e4134d202f6384a26da843eb96102cb886ab-df1e467f-fc24-485b-bbdd-27f5d5e5f50b-2000x.png

    So are we thinking mahogany or chocolate?
    Given the colour in the photo - even if you accentuate the contrast- I think is the most probable option.
    Definitely not black to my eye
  • CheverianCheverian Posts: 1,124MI6 Agent
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays.

    Hey, quick question, since you have both - are you wearing the same size Moltons as you are Islays?

    Yes, same size.

    The one pair of C&J boots that really gave me problems were the Radnors. The size was fine but they were so stiff my feet ached if I had to walk half a mile. Finally found some insoles that helped a bit. The irony is that the boots are never seen in Spectre but only in stills taken from the Pinewood shooting.
  • HalfMonk HalfHitmanHalfMonk HalfHitman USAPosts: 1,962MI6 Agent
    Cheverian wrote:
    Cheverian wrote:
    They honestly couldn't have used the Moltons here? They needed to add yet another pair of boots. :s

    Speaking of the Moltons, I have been wearing them for a week and they have quickly become my favorite Bond-related footwear ever, edging out the Islays.

    Hey, quick question, since you have both - are you wearing the same size Moltons as you are Islays?

    Yes, same size.

    The one pair of C&J boots that really gave me problems were the Radnors. The size was fine but they were so stiff my feet ached if I had to walk half a mile. Finally found some insoles that helped a bit. The irony is that the boots are never seen in Spectre but only in stills taken from the Pinewood shooting.

    Thanks - I'd normally make a trip to NY to buy but with Covid I'm thinking of trying mail order, and I'm wondering if thicker socks might mean sizing up a half size on the Moltons.
  • bondfan10bondfan10 Posts: 37MI6 Agent
    Maybe this one is a closer match as for the colour

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    Could you provide a link to these please?
  • HalfMonk HalfHitmanHalfMonk HalfHitman USAPosts: 1,962MI6 Agent
    I feel like these play off the jacket better -

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  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    I feel like these play off the jacket better -

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    I think these play off Bond’s clothing theme for the film better ;)

    https://www.zappos.com/p/palladium-pampa-hi-corduroy-khaki-chocolate-beluga/product/9095580/color/768755
  • goneontheroadgoneontheroad Posts: 141MI6 Agent
    I really like that new look. But agree. It just looks like Daniel Craig our and about. Not Daniel Craig.

    Would love to find the shoes.
  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    While my wallet would love if they were Palladium (and it does look like it), my brain says ugh, Bond in a mass produced pair of shoes made in China. Buuut I guess Bond did wear Converse and Nike in CR as well as J.Crew in Spectre. Palladium does have a loooong history of making good boots though, with the French Foreign Legion as a big customer.
  • walther p99walther p99 NJPosts: 3,394MI6 Agent
    I've been familiar with Palladium boots ever since Emily Blunt wore a pair throughout Sicario. Bit of an unexpected choice for Bond (if they are Palladium) but then again so is most of this wardrobe.
  • Victor BVictor B Posts: 308MI6 Agent
    frommeyer wrote:
    Also purchased the revised version. Initially I was on the fence about the jumper, I think it’s lovely but wasn’t sure I’d be able to distance it from being a “cosplay” style item. I feel I can get away without a layer underneath or a wide/low neck light grey t-shirt. I won’t be wearing it with any grey combats or black military boots, more likely to pair it with some beige chinos per the N Peal promo shots on the site (minus the yacht) or some light jeans.

    My main contribution is that I’ve managed to neatly tuck the drawstrings in on themselves, if any of you want a cleaner line around the neck.
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    Can I ask the board members' help in figuring out the "revised" situation? I returned one sweater and bought another, asking for revised. I did not get the revised, but the original. I then sent the second one back to exchange for the revised and today got...another unrevised.

    I am seeing 9 raised ribs on the revised smalls posted here. That is correct, isn't it? I have now received three sweaters with 7 raised ribs. I feel like N Peal is screwing with me at this point.

    I specifically held back from ordering this sweater so NPeal could have time to correct this. I figured enough time had passed and ordered one this week. My small just arrived. 7 ribs. Hitman, do you have a contact person? I'm not thrilled to explain the issue to someone from scratch.

    Besides the SA topic, anyone else not really excited about the feel of the jumper? Mine just arrived and it doesn´t look to me as a 450 Euro jumper... it also looked like having had some wear due to the peeling in the neck area (which I am sure it was not the case) so curious on how this would age. I am sending it back as do not feel like it´s worth the price. Funny enough I have other Npeal jumpers and they are excellent.
  • 007JBDCMWR007JBDCMWR Posts: 2,102MI6 Agent
    All

    I spoke at length with Stefanie today re sizing of the shirt. Talked through Full measurements and compared to same of my tf shirts.

    Advice given to me which I have followed is a half size up on my usual TF size (slim fit shirts).

    Given collar style and fabric this makes sense as I'll likely never fasten it fully.
    Skewered, one sympathises...

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  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    007JBDCMWR wrote:
    All

    I spoke at length with Stefanie today re sizing of the shirt. Talked through Full measurements and compared to same of my tf shirts.

    Advice given to me which I have followed is a half size up on my usual TF size (slim fit shirts).

    Given collar style and fabric this makes sense as I'll likely never fasten it fully.

    As in half size up on the neck measurement for the Connolly?
  • Royale-les-EauxRoyale-les-Eaux LondonPosts: 293MI6 Agent
    Worth noting that Connolly can do adjustments when the shirts are delivered. The sizes didn't quite work for me out of the box so I am having mine delivered to the shop and then a couple of adjustments done by them.
  • k5211k5211 UKPosts: 107MI6 Agent
    I spoke to a Lady at Barbour customer services (who was extremely pleasant) reference the Barbour Graham Jacket re-runs. she laughed and said she "Couldn't answer that due to legal reasons". My take is that this is probably quite positive, no surprises that they are no doubt working on the re-release :)
  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    k5211 wrote:
    I spoke to a Lady at Barbour customer services (who was extremely pleasant) reference the Barbour Graham Jacket re-runs. she laughed and said she "Couldn't answer that due to legal reasons". My take is that this is probably quite positive, no surprises that they are no doubt working on the re-release :)

    Fingers crossed. Like others have said on here, I doubt Barbour wouldn’t want to take this opportunity for a rerelease. Looking at the Tokito/Commander/Beacon and how well they’ve done with that over the many years since Skyfall, they’d be silly not to make the most of another Bond connection.
  • k5211k5211 UKPosts: 107MI6 Agent
    Agreed JTM, it's the bloody waiting game now, something that members of this group know all about, right. They know they'll sell them, I guess they just need to pick their time right. Hey ho.
    JTM wrote:
    k5211 wrote:
    I spoke to a Lady at Barbour customer services (who was extremely pleasant) reference the Barbour Graham Jacket re-runs. she laughed and said she "Couldn't answer that due to legal reasons". My take is that this is probably quite positive, no surprises that they are no doubt working on the re-release :)

    Fingers crossed. Like others have said on here, I doubt Barbour wouldn’t want to take this opportunity for a rerelease. Looking at the Tokito/Commander/Beacon and how well they’ve done with that over the many years since Skyfall, they’d be silly not to make the most of another Bond connection.
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