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post #16 of 108
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Originally Posted by aportnoy
I actually have a pair of the Cole Haan-Edward Greens. Mine are a penny loafer in the grey suede. They're killer.
I expect a pic of these....
post #17 of 108
Corthay makes shoes for me.
post #18 of 108
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Originally Posted by whnay.
I expect a pic of these....


Will do tonight Bill. They are in what EG called "panther" grey suede and have some cool detailing.
post #19 of 108
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Originally Posted by johnapril
Corthay makes shoes for me.
I hate you.
post #20 of 108
To whomever posted it, yes stefanobi makes shoes for vuitton.

!luc
post #21 of 108
I'm considering a StefanoBi shoe (not the clunky designs) purchase from Vacca; phoned the NYC store recently and was told MTM is offered ...


Can someone comment on construction and quality?
post #22 of 108
Vacca is grossly overpriced for Stefanobi; buy some in France next time you're over for about half as much. Stefanobi is much more expensive in the US than in Europe.
post #23 of 108
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Originally Posted by RJMan
Vacca is grossly overpriced for Stefanobi; buy some in France next time you're over for about half as much. Stefanobi is much more expensive in the US than in Europe.


Could you comment on quality?

I understand S. Lattanzi is among, if not the best RTW, but where does StefanoBi fit in the shoe Hierarchy?
post #24 of 108
bump
post #25 of 108
Anybody know who makes Varvatos shoes?

Dan
post #26 of 108
How is it that Zegna is not made mention in the list? Will someone please advise.
post #27 of 108
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Originally Posted by von Rothbart
Crockett & Jones
Current: Brooks Bros./Peal, Ralph Lauren (some said it's Handgrade, some said it's between HG and Benchgrade), Poulsen Skone/Dunhill, New & Lingwood.
Past: Tom James (both HG & BG), Wildsmith.

No longer for Polo, except for the various Darlton models. According to Ron Rider, most of the English Polo shoes are now made by Sanders & Sanders.
post #28 of 108
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Originally Posted by kcgreg
How is it that Zegna is not made mention in the list? Will someone please advise.

Formerly Mantellassi, at least for the Napoli Couture shoes. Zegna shoes are now the product of a joint venture between Zegna and Ferragamo called Zefer. See here.
post #29 of 108
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Originally Posted by jcusey
No longer for Polo, except for the various Darlton models. According to Ron Rider, most of the English Polo shoes are now made by Sanders & Sanders.

Jcusey, do you know anything about Sanders & Sanders? Their quality, lasts, leather...? I assume they are Goodyear welted and equal in quality to C&J Benchgrade or even Handgrade? Have you seen any S&S RL?
post #30 of 108
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Originally Posted by jcusey
Formerly Mantellassi, at least for the Napoli Couture shoes. Zegna shoes are now the product of a joint venture between Zegna and Ferragamo called Zefer. See here.
But Ferragamo doesn't make its own shoes either, right? The thlot plickens.
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