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post #2551 of 5780
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post


I remember when the merino wool ones were first out though, some really nice grey and blue combinations!

Haa, I mostly wear cotton. never bought the wool panthas
post #2552 of 5780
I have so many god damn socks that I have never worn, its a crime.
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post #2554 of 5780
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I have so many god damn socks that I have never worn, its a crime.

And you want to send them to your friend Achilles_ for never-ending gratitude/shipping costs? biggrin.gif
post #2555 of 5780
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And you want to send them to your friend Achilles_ for never-ending gratitude/shipping costs? biggrin.gif

These are the result of a thousand Pantherella PSAa. laugh.gif
post #2556 of 5780
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These are the result of a thousand Pantherella PSAa. laugh.gif

I'm curious, how do the newer socks compare to normal Pantherella? I keep hearing rumors that they are being made cheaper now...
post #2557 of 5780
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post


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I ordered some Viccel anyway, hopefully the wool is as good as the pantherella wool I bought last year.
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post


I'm curious, how do the newer socks compare to normal Pantherella? I keep hearing rumors that they are being made cheaper now...
My six month old Pantherellas hold up well. I picked up some Falkes this time around and cannot see much difference in quality between either brand.
post #2558 of 5780
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post


I'm curious, how do the newer socks compare to normal Pantherella? I keep hearing rumors that they are being made cheaper now...

I don't really notice a difference in quality, tbh. I mean, they are socks. As long as they don't sag and stay hole free for as long as possible, they work. Bottom line. smile.gif
post #2559 of 5780
anybody have a code for CT shirts at $39?
post #2560 of 5780
Cincinnati Off Fifth as of Saturday.

2 pairs Isaia shoes. Both size 44.5

1 pair is a snuff suede wingtip with white contrast lacing, on a nice commando sole. Fairly narrow shape, with somewhat elongated toe box, but nothing too extreme. A nice looking pair of shoes; would go great with jeans.

1 pair is a rather uhoh.gif shade of blue penny loafer.

Both marked to ~380 with 40% off. The suede wingtips were at Saks at $1k, the penny's were originally 700, in case you were wondering. They are in the clearance shoe rack, in red boxes.

I was going to pull the trigger, but couldn't make myself, so figure I'll throw it up here instead.
post #2561 of 5780
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Originally Posted by BlueHorseShoe View Post

Cincinnati Off Fifth as of Saturday.

2 pairs Isaia shoes. Both size 44.5

1 pair is a snuff suede wingtip with white contrast lacing, on a nice commando sole. Fairly narrow shape, with somewhat elongated toe box, but nothing too extreme. A nice looking pair of shoes; would go great with jeans.

1 pair is a rather uhoh.gif shade of blue penny loafer.

Both marked to ~380 with 40% off. The suede wingtips were at Saks at $1k, the penny's were originally 700, in case you were wondering. They are in the clearance shoe rack, in red boxes.

I was going to pull the trigger, but couldn't make myself, so figure I'll throw it up here instead.

photos? sounds like a bargain
post #2562 of 5780
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post


photos? sounds like a bargain

No picks, sorry. Yeah, it was a great deal.

Pretty positive the wingtips are made by Sutor.
post #2563 of 5780
Any Yoox codes out there?
post #2564 of 5780
was it this snouty last:

500
post #2565 of 5780
^^^ I like those inlove.gif
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