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Posts by mr monty

borsalino for rubinacci
Not mine, but I have seen these posted on SF
If can hold off paying full retail for high end rtw footwear. You will come across most of the good stuff in new condition for $300-$500. Once you buy and wear high end shoes, You won't want to go back to wearing cheaper made shoes.
Avoid the high fashion look and wear classic styled clothing. The Thom Browne (aka Pee Wee Herman) styled clothing isn't something to spend serious money on.
You can start here:http://www.styleforum.net/t/387121/rating-ready-to-wear-shoemakers
This is a link to John Cursey's rtw shoe pyramid. Although last updated in 2006, it's still has a lot of info for new members. http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/forum/showthread.php?49981-RTW-Shoemakers
Not sure. Even if they did, it would not mean the quality was the same as shoes made by EG for EG.
Back in the 90s both Tundra and Coogi were selling in the $300-$400+ range.
Zonkey Boot (real alligator and real cheap on YOOX)
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