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Is there any plan to stock the Riviera Sports Coat in EU46 in the future? I have got one and it fits perfectly off the shelf for me and I really like the way it is being cut with a Neapolitan style Thanks
I agree on the pics the novello looks more elegant than chisel....wish I can see it myself
I meant "established" RTW
Unless I'm wrong but don't most "established" rate manufacturers started as bespoke only operation way (way) back then?If knowledge serves me right, that includes Saint Crispin?
pardon me I didnt throughly read your post.....you DID ask only those who has owned both. Good start
Anyone always give their personal opinions (and they have the right to do so) but may I suggest that you put more weight on those who actually has real life experience with both and therefore can give a more meaningful input to your dilemma? You do need to filter the noise from my experience.Unfortunately I have not had a personal experience with Riccardo's RTW line (waiting for my Novecento line at the moment). Agree that Vass has a good value proposition but I dont feel...
but then again not everyone can afford bespoke shoes but that does not mean that a shoemaker's RTW line doesnt have a bit of the shoemaker's soul in them therefore the RTW line can be sort of an entry point
you think? lol
I am selling my new in box Saint Crispin double monk shoes in size 7.5G (G is St Crispin's slightly wider fit as oppose to F which is their standard fit). The shoes have only been tried at home and have not hit the road so it is in a brand new condition It will include the original St Crispin shoe bags and box but no trees. Looking to sell for US$730 + shipping Please PM me for any questions
Mark, they are actually the Becketts in 8000 (Prestige) last. It may be just my eyes but am I right to say that your shoes are a tad loose on the heel as it looks like the shoes does not 'cup' your heel? I find this is typically the issues with my JLs
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