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post #61 of 67
you found all those beautiful, mint condition, top line, SM shoes - in your size!!- at thrift shops in SF in the past couple of months!! You must have a horseshoe up your a$$ - pardon my french. They are beautiful shoes. Did they come from the same owner or something?
post #62 of 67
The pebble grain monks are awesome
post #63 of 67
pesjek really is the Michael Jordan of thrifting. It's amazing just to see him in action.
post #64 of 67
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Just wanted to see the pictures on the next page.

post #65 of 67
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Originally Posted by Christofuh
I hate Mantellassi shoes. Especially those made for Borrelli. There, I've said it .
Uncomfortable as hell; to a point where you wonder if they were made to go on a display mannequin that won't care one way or another. The leather soles are stiffer than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad @ a Salute to Israel Parade. In that they simply wouldn't bend. Priced higher than either EG or JL shoes.
Here's one pair of wingtips that seems decent all-around ( I've seen this particular model in person ) being offered by our snappy friend from Cambridge. He claims their original retail was over $1800.

I think he's asking too much. He didn't get any bids the last time around.
I'll buy them for $400.
post #66 of 67
Good luck to ya. Just keep in mind that he paid $549 plus tax
post #67 of 67
Thread Starter 
By the way. Do all Borrelli shoes have the stamp underneath the soles? Does the lack of such mean it's a lower line shoe?
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