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post #8461 of 20750
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post

many american shoe have low instep.
many vintage shoe have low instep.
why?


I wear an orthotic so that might be the reason though they are 11EE vintage width and very comfortable.

These will be arriving shortly care of the endless.com 40% off and free postage Down Under = total USD261 delivered by DHL (not home!) on Sunday last. Bentivegna construction.

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post #8462 of 20750
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

I wear an orthotic so that might be the reason though they are 11EE vintage width and very comfortable.
These will be arriving shortly care of the endless.com 40% off and free postage Down Under = total USD261 delivered by DHL (not home!) on Sunday last. Bentivegna construction.
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Who is the maker?
post #8463 of 20750
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Mac,
You grew full length legs! Congrats!
Looking good!

thank you
post #8464 of 20750
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

thank you, Uncle. Sadly it came at the expense of a pair of Alden boots.
Uncle, are these pants purple?! I hope this is me in my more mature years. I dont feel quite ready for this level of steez.
lol8[1].gif thanks man!

the cords are a chocolate brown
post #8465 of 20750
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whiskey indy
argyles otc
post #8466 of 20750
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Originally Posted by kungapa View Post

Who is the maker?

Magnanni.
post #8467 of 20750
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black tassels
argyles otc
post #8468 of 20750
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Originally Posted by mcarthur View Post

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whiskey indy
argyles otc

I really like these..
post #8469 of 20750
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

I really like these..

+1
post #8470 of 20750
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

Recently I ran into a treasure trove of Arch Supported vintage shoes. Some makers had entire lines of Arch Support shoes, Wright is one.
Yes some vintage make have very good arch support,
much better than new rtw shoes.
Modern rtw leave out arch support so more people can fit in the shoes.
Modern shoe is more mass product now.
post #8471 of 20750
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

I wear an orthotic so that might be the reason though they are 11EE vintage width and very comfortable.
These will be arriving shortly care of the endless.com 40% off and free postage Down Under = total USD261 delivered by DHL (not home!) on Sunday last. Bentivegna construction.
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Bentivegna construction?
You got link?
Shoe in picture not Bentivegna construction.
Many shoe website make wrong claim on construction now,
Bentivegna is abuse word now,
it make me wild. ffffuuuu.gif
post #8472 of 20750
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post


Modern shoe is more mass product now.

exactly, ...the worst people don't make emphasis to have them fitted. morons, imo.
post #8473 of 20750
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

exactly, ...the worst people don't make emphasis to have them fitted. morons, imo.

to much online buy now.
many people wear any fit,
they buy with eyes.

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post #8474 of 20750
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post

Modern shoe is more mass product now.

PRECISELY the reason why I favor Vintage. Much of what is out there now is very "cookie cutter". For the prices that are routinely charged, I don't want to see someone else out wearing the same shoes I am.
post #8475 of 20750
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post

Many shoe website make wrong claim on construction now,
Bentivegna is abuse word now,
it make me wild. ffffuuuu.gif

Bentivegna

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