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Moreschi quality

post #1 of 9
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How do they rate?
post #2 of 9
I always thought they were similar to a Magnanni.
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
I always thought they were similar to a Magnanni.
I dont own either so is that good, bad or indifferent?
post #4 of 9
they are ok ,decent. meh. most are blake stitched and although nothing particularly wrong with that, the leathers ive seen are a bit lacking. you get what you pay for, and you always see them on deep discount.
yes, nothing wrong with blake, but for some reason i always see them paired with relatively lower quality shoes.


if you compare them to AEs i would put them slightly subpar
post #5 of 9
They have a high-end line which they modeled after Berluti. Pretty well made with pointy lasts and berluti type leathers. The line is called the two names of the owners of Moreschi I think, I'll try and get it.


edit: Stefano and Mario limited edition's, $1,250
post #6 of 9
I have a couple pairs of their drivers from a few years back. Great shoes that are well made and very comfortable.
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post

they are ok ,decent. meh. most are blake stitched and although nothing particularly wrong with that, the leathers ive seen are a bit lacking. you get what you pay for, and you always see them on deep discount.
yes, nothing wrong with blake, but for some reason i always see them paired with relatively lower quality shoes.


if you compare them to AEs i would put them slightly subpar


spot on accurate.

 

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post #8 of 9
I have seen some that are glued soles with ridiculously pointy toe and corrected grain leather. Most of the time with huge discount. I rate them below AE.
post #9 of 9
I have 2 pair of Moreschi cap toe monk straps (Blake). The uppers of each are a combination of cg and peccary. Lightweight elegant and comfortable but I wear them sparingly. Neither of my pair were designed for heavy pavement pounding. Good mid range shoes.
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