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Cesare Paciotti

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Anyone have any experience with this brand? I'm looking to replace my Cole Haan clogs with these: http://bluefly.com/pages....uct+ID# How comfortable are they?
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I used to love paciotti. But i've heard that for the lower end lines they have moved production to malaysia or something. I find that easy to believe because the quality has gone back dramatically over the years. Especially the leather seems to be very cheap stuff. I haven't bought Paciotti in years but I walked in a Paciotti store in Dubai yesterday. I wouldn't touch it with a stick.
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They make, or at least used to, make shoes for Versace line. Love the versace shoes and pretty good quality too.
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I own a couple of Cesare Paciotti shoes. They are divided in 3 categories from the lowest to the top brand. Cesare P, Paciotti 4US and Cesare Paciotti. DO NOT BUY anything from the Cesare P. line. They are not worth the price and the quality is bad. Paciotti 4US is not bad but, they target the younger generation so the quality is medium and the style is more streetwear than business casual. The Cesare Paciotti line is well constructed and the quality is very good. They run true to size and are made narrow so, you might want to keep that in mind. Also, Cesare Paciotti does very good ankle boots, boots and moccasins ONLY. Stay away from the other designs. They are not very comfortable. If you are looking for oxford or wingtip shoes. I would suggest buying Stefano Branchini or Sutor Mantellassi instead.  

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Originally Posted by sturm07 View Post

I own a couple of Cesare Paciotti shoes. They are divided in 3 categories from the lowest to the top brand. Cesare P, Paciotti 4US and Cesare Paciotti. DO NOT BUY anything from the Cesare P. line. They are not worth the price and the quality is bad. Paciotti 4US is not bad but, they target the younger generation so the quality is medium and the style is more streetwear than business casual. The Cesare Paciotti line is well constructed and the quality is very good. They run true to size and are made narrow so, you might want to keep that in mind. Also, Cesare Paciotti does very good ankle boots, boots and moccasins ONLY. Stay away from the other designs. They are not very comfortable. If you are looking for oxford or wingtip shoes. I would suggest buying Stefano Branchini or Sutor Mantellassi instead.  

Do you realize that you just responded to a question that someone asked 6 years ago?
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Do you realize that you just responded to a question that someone asked 6 years ago?

But perfect timing!
http://www.ebay.com/itm/350582422361?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649#ht_9544wt_1378

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^^ Eel?
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Originally Posted by Man Of Lint View Post

^^ Eel?

Yup. Not SF approved, but a nice shoe and a nice last.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Yup. Not SF approved, but a nice shoe and a nice last.

Honestly, I think those are hideous, but good luck with the sale. I imagine you will do well as usual.
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Hideous looking shoes.
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Hideous looking shoes.

Thanks! Id never wear them, but every pot has a lid.
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