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post #31 of 62
double monks triple monks
post #32 of 62
http://fuckyeahmenswear.tumblr.com/p...y-but-threes-a
post #33 of 62
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

Uber spezz?

A need to be noticed ,to be different?

It is still fugly.
post #34 of 62
There's just something wrong with that image. The movie Total Recall comes to mind.
post #35 of 62
Perhaps the maker has Alzheimer's ... and just thought he was making double monks.
post #36 of 62
Holy deja vu, batman!
post #37 of 62
I own these and have had then for 2+ years. I have never owned a pair of shoes before where men and women routinely stop me on the streets or in better stores to ask me where they can get them. The people who ask are always well dressed, well mannered and often quite chic. This happens in San Francisco, NY, London and Milan as well as Dayton, OH. Some people feel "safe" with traditions. I enjoy the classics as much or more than the next guy. Yet I would find a wardrobe limited to classics to be quite boring on it's own. So my personal style is to add a bit of new color, cut and style in clothing. Out of my best shoes these are in the top two pairs, because in addition to their distinctive look, they are incredibly comfortable. In fact they are a favorite when I know I will be walking a lot around town or at trade shows. Hey, these aren't for everybody, but check out some of the other Bontoni shoes. They have beautiful finishes and colors and again they are very comfortable. They are well worth the $995 price (which includes custom finishes and sizing tweaks at trunk shows)
post #38 of 62
It's hilarious to me that people hate on these but say nothing about those hideous slip on shoes with the face laces or plaid & leather EG boots. Rock on with those, PSG, rock on.
post #39 of 62
I must rethink my positive opinion of Mr. Pocketsquareguy.
post #40 of 62
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
I own these and have had then for 2+ years. I have never owned a pair of shoes before where men and women routinely stop me on the streets or in better stores to ask me where they can get them. The people who ask are always well dressed, well mannered and often quite chic. This happens in San Francisco, NY, London and Milan as well as Dayton, OH.

Some people feel "safe" with traditions. I enjoy the classics as much or more than the next guy. Yet I would find a wardrobe limited to classics to be quite boring on it's own. So my personal style is to add a bit of new color, cut and style in clothing. Out of my best shoes these are in the top two pairs, because in addition to their distinctive look, they are incredibly comfortable. In fact they are a favorite when I know I will be walking a lot around town or at trade shows.

Hey, these aren't for everybody, but check out some of the other Bontoni shoes. They have beautiful finishes and colors and again they are very comfortable. They are well worth the $995 price (which includes custom finishes and sizing tweaks at trunk shows)





Bontoni is making nice shoes but I don't like the double and triple buckles...

I don't understand you like some flair and wants to depart from the iconic models but I do find weird looking...

I would have stopped you just to ask you some questions about them...

It doesn't mean I would have liked them...
post #41 of 62
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
I must rethink my positive opinion of Mr. Pocketsquareguy.

I anxiously await the verdict.....
post #42 of 62
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
I anxiously await the verdict…..
Everyone's entitled to a mistake or two or a hundred. I still have a positive opinion of you.

Even if it were not for your posts ... the name alone would do it.
post #43 of 62
Properly installed fake tits > ugly-ass natural tits.
Triple monks spell an overkill and one more strap to end up breaking off.
post #44 of 62
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Originally Posted by Geezer View Post
Begin the extended inappropriate metaphor threakthon?

Monk shoes are a bit like tits.

Natural tits are like single monks. Lovely, and differentiated in loveliness by their shape and details.

Good fake tits are like double monks. They have a bit extra that draws attention and makes them special.

Triple monks are like bad fake tits. Clearly unnatural and trying a tad too hard to attract attention. (And are they goodyear welted?)

Sigworthy!

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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Bontoni is making nice shoes but I don't like the double and triple buckles...

I don't understand you like some flair and wants to depart from the iconic models but I do find weird looking...

I would have stopped you just to ask you some questions about them...

It doesn't mean I would have liked them...

Classic!




Fantastic shoes PSG you rock!
post #45 of 62
I don't like monks but I quite like those. Then again, I'm not particularly interested in Italian shoes, but I like Bontoni. I need a drink.
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