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post #46 of 54
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post


are you based out of Vienna?


I'm afraid not, but I'm headed there for a vacation in a couple of weeks.

post #47 of 54
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Originally Posted by Vergangenheit View Post


I'm afraid not, but I'm headed there for a vacation in a couple of weeks.

Please share your experience(s) there. Enjoy the trip!
post #48 of 54
If not already mentioned, Ludwig Reiter for excellent very high quality footwear . I have two pairs of their shows
which show little wear after many years.

https://www.ludwig-reiter.com/en/mens-classic-collection-hkl

For Bespoke shoes with a limited selection of very high end RTW,
Balling is worth visiting. I am a very difficult fit and they spent 45 minutes
trying to find a pair that worked. The customer service is superb.


http://www.balint.at/english/index2.htm
post #49 of 54
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

If not already mentioned, Ludwig Reiter for excellent very high quality footwear . I have two pairs of their shows
which show little wear after many years.

https://www.ludwig-reiter.com/en/mens-classic-collection-hkl

For Bespoke shoes with a limited selection of very high end RTW,
Balling is worth visiting. I am a very difficult fit and they spent 45 minutes
trying to find a pair that worked. The customer service is superb.


http://www.balint.at/english/index2.htm

photos of your shoes?
post #50 of 54
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

photos of your shoes?

Unfortunately, to my great frustration, the last that my shoes are based upon, the Amerikaner
Last, has been discontinued. I was in the shop in 10/2014 and tried on it's successor and it didn't
fit my wide feet. This is basically the model of both pairs that I have : water buffalo; suede. The grain
shoe in the picture is iin a last which has a more tapered toe that mine:



https://www.ludwig-reiter.com/en/derby-r-20-sgs-rf-1-w
Edited by comrade - 6/2/16 at 4:42pm
post #51 of 54
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...Someone above mentioned cufflinks and he's right they have fanastic (and fantasically expensive ones) in the art deco style. I bought a pair from there years ago, very nice...
think this shop may have closed. no cufflink shops or jewelry shops next to Christl. The jeweler around the corner is permanently closed as of last month.
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post #52 of 54
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post

Flusser recommends a glove shop called Christl, but next door to it is a fascinating shop selling gorgeous antique cufflinks (at very high prices, unfortunately).
Couldn't find this place. wonder if it went out of business due to high prices?
post #53 of 54
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Originally Posted by John Ellis View Post

Someone above mentioned cufflinks and he's right they have fanastic (and fantasically expensive ones) in the art deco style. I bought a pair from there years ago, very nice.
Couldn't find this spot - any updates on the name? Was it directly adjacent to Christl? or just in the same neighborhood or street?

I saw there was a jeweler around the corner from Christl, which had permanently closed.
post #54 of 54
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Originally Posted by Vergangenheit View Post

I would also be most interested in the address to the cufflink shop.

If anyone happens to know good places to shop high-end vintage menswear and acessories, that would also be geat.

Thanks in advance!

Any luck finding the cufflink shop or high-end vintage menswear and accessories on your trip to Vienna?
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