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Perry Ercolino Boots

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Very, very nice. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....hosting Apparently sold through J. Peterman. How did these remain unworn all these years?
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Made in Italy? Isn't Perry Ercolino from the Philadelphia area? Or do you think that the seller is merely assuming the country of origin based on the name?
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Wasn't it shoefan who reported owning some RTW Perry Ercolino shoes he bought at a Nordstrom's Rack? That was some time ago, but I know somebody has a pair...
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I recall that post too -- someone definitely posted about some retail-store Ercolino's maybe 9-12 months ago.
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Made in Italy?  Isn't Perry Ercolino from the Philadelphia area?  Or do you think that the seller is merely assuming the country of origin based on the name?
I'd bet the seller is just going on the "Ercolino" name. I wonder if Perry actually made these though, or if they were made elsewhere under his direction. (How many could he make for J. Peterman, unless they were special order?)
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A decade or so ago I went to a J Peterman warehouse sale in Lexington, Kentucky where I recall a rack of men's shoes. Of course, I knew nothing about shoe at the time and also bought nothing. Alas.
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