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post #76 of 193
You ever get back the stolen ones?
post #77 of 193
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

You ever get back the stolen ones?

The Delos ones?

I find them when I moved out of my house..:

Sorry I thought it was meant to be addressed to me..shog[1].gif
Edited by lasbar - 8/16/12 at 2:20pm
post #78 of 193
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

You ever get back the stolen ones?

Nope. To console myself I decided to go bespoke with Pierre...
post #79 of 193
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Originally Posted by Northampton Novice View Post

Nope. To console myself I decided to go bespoke with Pierre...

Are from from the Northampton area?

Tony Gaziano is from there..
post #80 of 193
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

Are from from the Northampton area?
Tony Gaziano is from there..

No, not from or based there, but know Tony and have spent a lot of time in Northampton factories!
post #81 of 193
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I'll just put this picture here while I get my lube and towel. shog[1].gif

It seems their full brogue model is popular
post #82 of 193
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

the 002 is less.....aggressive?
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it's not the word but i see your thoughts. ty.
post #83 of 193

Hi everyone!

 

My name is Thomas Kalflo and I work as a Craftman for Corthay. Let me know if you have any question about the fitting/colours/material/care/do-able models... anything. 

 

Have a good day!

 

Thomas

 

PS: Some of your pictures were directly or indirectly taken from my FB account. Very surprised to see them here^^!

post #84 of 193
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Originally Posted by Northampton Novice View Post

+1
Of the high end French brands Corthay stacks up as a fairly robust offering. They aren't as durable as some English brands, but they should last at least a decade. Pierre Corthay likes to say that if cared for and worn every fortnight his shoes could last twenty years easily. I can't see any of the 4 models I have lasting more than fifteen years.
we need to see more use of this word.
post #85 of 193
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Originally Posted by Thomas Kalflo View Post

Hi everyone!

My name is Thomas Kalflo and I work as a Craftman for Corthay. Let me know if you have any question about the fitting/colours/material/care/do-able models... anything. 

Have a good day!

Thomas

PS: Some of your pictures were directly or indirectly taken from my FB account. Very surprised to see them here^^!

Welcome Thomas!

Please let us know when you have a sale smile.gif
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post #87 of 193
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Originally Posted by Thomas Kalflo View Post

Hi everyone!

My name is Thomas Kalflo and I work as a Craftman for Corthay. Let me know if you have any question about the fitting/colours/material/care/do-able models... anything. 

Have a good day!

Thomas

PS: Some of your pictures were directly or indirectly taken from my FB account. Very surprised to see them here^^!

Hi Thomas

I guess I can't PM you as you haven't put up enough posts? Apologies to everyone but I have some questions....

I am interested in a pair of Arcas in Vieux Bois, and potentially Wilfrids. I have questions about the fit. I fit into the following shoes...(I don't know if this will help) - EG 888 last 10E, G&G TG73 last 10F, St Crispins 105 last (I think) 91/2 F1/2. Do I get a 10 or an 11? Do Corthays come in half sizes?

Hoping to hear from you soon!

Thanks in advance.

Arthur
post #88 of 193
Thinking of ordering a pair of Wilfrid in calf and suede. Has anyone received a recent quote from Corthay directly on Wilfrids? I received a quote of EUR 1100 (~ USD 1400) from the only shop that sells Corthay here in The Netherlands. That was with trees included.

Thanks!
post #89 of 193
I received a quote on MTO Arca's a couple of months ago and it was about $1550 with trees included. Wilfred, Bucy, Arca, Vendome are all around the same price.
post #90 of 193
Thank you!

They're probably similarly priced as you say, Texasmade, but has anyone received a quote on Wilfrid in calf and suede, perhaps?
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