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I couldn't agree better with you that. But I personally I'm not really into Zegna, i prefer other brands, no offense.

I'm considering a pair of XXX GY double monks - list was $1k, what "real" value do members place on this line? I've done searches but actually there is little discussion about Zegna or the Zefer partnership just references to non existant threads.
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alberto guardini is my favourite

Bought a pair in a mad moment in Rome. Very nice they were too - but it was around USD400 in the 1980s!
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Any body know of a place that ships to USA and make quality/comfortable shoes? Thanks. Lots of the links are dead on first page.
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Thanks!
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Xpost from ask question thread. Can anyone identify the maker of these Borrellis? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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thank you
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La Botte Chantilly, French retailer of C&J.
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What are the best sub $200 Brown Leather Oxfords, in your opinion?
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Hi guys!

I have a question. Yesterday I went to Carmina's store in Barcelona and, sadly, they have very few models and even less variety of sizes of the models they have. Long story short, they didn't have the model I wanted nor any size of the models I liked.

They can order the model I wanted (which I saw in their online catalog) but this would be considered as a special order, thus increasing the price a 30% (therefore rising the price to the same level as the cordovan ones). But they ordered from other Carmina stores some of the models I liked so I'll be trying them on next week.

My question is: the ones I liked most are from a very very dark brown. At first they looked black, but when looked at them with direct light, the color changed. And they turned into a sort of dark shade of brown. Does anyone know what this color is? What would be the best combination for this color?
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Great list, thank you!
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Thanks for posting this list, I've been looking for a good retailer of quality shoes, in particular mens boots. I've got some good sellers on eBay who I've been using for years now and trust but it's always worth having some back up options.

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Thanks for the List.

here is another Maker from Germany:

http://www.posh-berlin.com/posh-berlin.com/welcome.html

She made so beautiful shoes.

Take time if you visit Berlin
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Is anyone familiar with or have any experience of the bespoke shoemaker Tony Slinger of Yorkshire (UK) ?

 

http://www.tslingerfootwearltd.co.uk/home.html

 

I'd be interested in your experience and/or images of what you had made if so.

 

Bengal-stripe, maybe ?

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Originally Posted by Chanklebury View Post

Is anyone familiar with or have any experience of the bespoke shoemaker Tony Slinger of Yorkshire (UK)

I'm afraid, I can't help you. - I've seen the website, but I never met the man nor did I see any of his work in the flesh.
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