or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Comprehensive List of Links to High-End Shoes
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Comprehensive List of Links to High-End Shoes - Page 31

post #451 of 454
Hello, thank you for the reply - I wasn't expecting one so quickly! Not to worry, I'll keep looking for a review or perhaps a blog mentioning him.

Bespoke is rather out of my league financially at the present moment in time however it did from first glance look like this gentleman may be somewhat more achievable for me. I have a very real difficulty in finding a RTW boot/shoe on a last that I find fits me at all well and so bespoke is seemingly an option for the future.

James Taylor & Son was my other consideration; while I realise they are in less favour here due to the more orthopaedic quality of their lasts/shoes this is actually in better standing for my clumsy feet! Peter Schweiger was suggested to me on personal recommendation from someone who's opinion I value highly.
post #452 of 454

Please add my favorite bespoke shoe maker J Adler!

post #453 of 454

What about the British Shoemakers, William Lennon & Co Limited.  
They make Gorgeous Boots.

 

post #454 of 454

I noticed that Sky Valet Shoes of Washington, DC, has their old (and soon to be defunct) web address listed in the first post on this thread. The new site is here: http://skyvaletshoes.com.  

 

If you're in the DC area, I highly recommend a visit. They currently stock Crockett & Jones, Carmina, Alden, Rancourt, and a few others. You can also find some of the stock they're phasing out on sale, including Edward Green and Yanko. (Not many models and sizes left but worth checking.) 

 

Sky Valet's owner, Hetom Hodikoglu, is as knowledgeable about shoes as anyone you're ever likely to meet. He does repairs on the premises.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Comprehensive List of Links to High-End Shoes