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EG Navy Banbury Chukkas - 11/11.5 $499 OBO


"Used once" I don't think so!! patch[1].gif
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Seller has two new pair of C&J for PRL shoes, Very nice looking Saddles & Captoe styles in US 8.5D for $180 BIN.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polo-Ralph-Lauren-Gorgeous-Bench-Made-in-England-Mens-Shoes-Size-8-5-/150966142547?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item2326488653

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polo-Ralph-Lauren-Bench-Made-in-England-Brown-Saddle-Mens-Shoes-8-5-/150965719620?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item2326421244
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Anyone sure they are Lattanzi? The 3 single nails at the toe on the sole are unlike any Lattanzi I've seen. The heel is different as well.
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

Anyone sure they are Lattanzi? The 3 single nails at the toe on the sole are unlike any Lattanzi I've seen. The heel is different as well.

I'm sure they're Lattanzi.

Here's a pair I recently sold:

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Anyone sure they are Lattanzi? The 3 single nails at the toe on the sole are unlike any Lattanzi I've seen. The heel is different as well.

I believe they are - I've seen that script and heel pattern before on Lattanzi for JS. Similar pattern on a pair rebel sold:



Also, light blue grenadine by Drake's on MrPorter:
Drake's light blue grenadine - $77.50
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I have pair of Lattanzi for Jil Sander and they seem legit to me (cant remember the nail patterns on the toe but all other details seem absolutely right)
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What's the MSRP on these? And are the captoes considered oxfords? (i.e. can they be worn with a suit).
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What's the MSRP on these? And are the captoes considered oxfords? (i.e. can they be worn with a suit).

captoes are derbies, not captoes.
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I have pair of Lattanzi for Jil Sander and they seem legit to me (cant remember the nail patterns on the toe but all other details seem absolutely right)

Which details, except for the placement of the sizing on the sole (which looks fine).

In the pairs Lattanzi does for other makers, when the Brand Name is handwritten, he adds "Sylvano Lattanzi Per..." and when the Lattanzi name is missing, it is the maker's stamp.




SL for Jil Sander (note the Jil Sander stamp on the footbed + the 10 nails at the toe)



SL for To Boot
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Handwritten "Made in Italy" is found only on the Lattanzi for JS. Lattanzi's name has never been written on the JS shoes, that I know of. On the waxed suede shoes above (my pictures), JS is not handwritten, but the "Made in Italy" is written inside. Also, below JS label is "Hand Made," but it is difficult to see in that pic. The nail pattern on the heel and the pins at the toe are also a dead giveaway.

Finally, all the Lattanzi for JS shoes are hand welted. There is a distinct texture to the interior footbed on most hand welted shoes.

Also, Lattanzi does not include his name on the shoes he makes for Brioni.
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Handwritten "Made in Italy" is found only on the Lattanzi for JS. Lattanzi's name has never been written on the JS shoes, that I know of. On the waxed suede shoes above (my pictures), JS is not handwritten, but the "Made in Italy" is written inside. Also, below JS label is "Hand Made," but it is difficult to see in that pic. The nail pattern on the heel and the pins at the toe are also a dead giveaway.
Finally, all the Lattanzi for JS shoes are hand welted. There is a distinct texture to the interior footbed on most hand welted shoes.

+1. Lattanzi doesn't write "Lattanzi per ___" for all makers.

The script is consistent with other pairs I've seen that are Lattanzi for JS:

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Shame I am travelling right now otherwise I would have posted a few pics of my shoes.
I cannot remember the nail pattern but the sole overall is exactly the same as mine. The waist is quite characteristic. iirc the insole has 'Jil sander' handwritten

Mine were bought from stilmacher
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Handwritten "Made in Italy" is found only on the Lattanzi for JS. Lattanzi's name has never been written on the JS shoes, that I know of. On the waxed suede shoes above (my pictures), JS is not handwritten, but the "Made in Italy" is written inside. Also, below JS label is "Hand Made," but it is difficult to see in that pic. The nail pattern on the heel and the pins at the toe are also a dead giveaway.
Finally, all the Lattanzi for JS shoes are hand welted. There is a distinct texture to the interior footbed on most hand welted shoes.
Also, Lattanzi does not include his name on the shoes he makes for Brioni.

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+1. Lattanzi doesn't write "Lattanzi per ___" for all makers.
The script is consistent with other pairs I've seen that are Lattanzi for JS:
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post

Handwritten "Made in Italy" is found only on the Lattanzi for JS. Lattanzi's name has never been written on the JS shoes, that I know of. On the waxed suede shoes above (my pictures), JS is not handwritten, but the "Made in Italy" is written inside. Also, below JS label is "Hand Made," but it is difficult to see in that pic. The nail pattern on the heel and the pins at the toe are also a dead giveaway.
Finally, all the Lattanzi for JS shoes are hand welted. There is a distinct texture to the interior footbed on most hand welted shoes.
Also, Lattanzi does not include his name on the shoes he makes for Brioni.

I already knew about the Brioni's, To Boots, and others. That "Made In Italy" handwritten on the side is a GREAT piece of info though, guys. Thanks for that one. What threw me was that toe nail pattern. Never seen just 3. Maybe that is unique to their JS shoes. Thanks again, guys, learned some good stuff today!
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