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post #6181 of 19574
Gérard Sené chelsea suede boot.



Poor pics, just bought them on ebay. Maybe a bit too elongated, but could not miss the deal. Offered 150 euros, a similar boot in calf (Vox model) is 730,00 € at UpperShoes.

The seller has other odd shoes from Ortigni, Andrea Ventura, Sutor, Campanile.
post #6182 of 19574
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I'm new to posting on this forum but have been reading it for the past 1-2 years after developing more of an interest on tailored/bespoke/higher quality mens wear.

I have not looked back since and have found this forum very informative and has helped immensely with my understanding of brands/quality/product/styling, so thanks to all on here. I really love these shoe porn threads and wanted to share my collection all bought within the past year or so and currently on rotation. Been meaning to post these for quite a while. The newest addition is the black Cheaney loafers bought about 3 weeks ago.
I apologise for the low quality photos as these are taken on my phone...

Hi there, shoes look good can u post some details? thx
post #6183 of 19574

cigar tassels
argyles otc
post #6184 of 19574
Nice Mac. I particularly like the sole edge treatment.
post #6185 of 19574
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Originally Posted by mcarthur View Post

cigar tassels
argyles otc

these fit you nicely!
post #6186 of 19574
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post
Nice Mac. I particularly like the sole edge treatment.

thank you
post #6187 of 19574
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these fit you nicely!

thank you
post #6188 of 19574
Who would have made these Tyrwhitts at an initial price of GBP450?

post #6189 of 19574
[quote=meister;4669083]Who would have made these Tyrwhitts at an initial price of GBP450?

Interesting. Three nail pattern suggests EG, although the rest of the shoe does not suggest EG (i.e., only the very old EGs for BB, etc. had non-full channeled soles, and this pair appears to have non-handwritten writing on the sock liner), nor does a price point of GBP450.

I'm not sure who else uses a nail pattern like that . . .
post #6190 of 19574
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Who would have made these Tyrwhitts at an initial price of GBP450?


The general concensus is that both Loake and Barker make for Charles Tyrwhitt and these certainly dont look like EG's. It must be remembered that CT's are one of those firms that list at £450 but expect half that and they are available throughout their various sales at that price point ie half. That to me is the correct value. If i was to guess i'd say Barkers.
post #6191 of 19574


Ferragamos are magic, my caveman like feet are somehow replaced with a slender man's feet. I can only assume that the shoe openings are portals to a parallel universe, through some form of quantum physics...
post #6192 of 19574
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Who would have made these Tyrwhitts at an initial price of GBP450?


Most likely Barker.

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Ferragamos are magic, my caveman like feet are somehow replaced with a slender man's feet. I can only assume that the shoe openings are portals to a parallel universe, through some form of quantum physics...

Me likey.
post #6193 of 19574
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Who would have made these Tyrwhitts at an initial price of GBP450?


I saw these at the Jermyn St store. They are probably Barker or a lower tier maker. They are not much different than the other "better" CT shoes.
post #6194 of 19574
I was in nyc yesterday. First ever visit to Leffot. Steven was great. I picked up a pair of Alden Chukkas in tobacco and a pair of Edward Green Wells on the 82 Last in Dark Oak. Looking forward to the shoes arriving today.

-LR
post #6195 of 19574
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Ferragamos are magic, my caveman like feet are somehow replaced with a slender man's feet. I can only assume that the shoe openings are portals to a parallel universe, through some form of quantum physics...

Interesting....do they take you"where no man has gone before" at Warp Factor 6?
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