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Anyone?

 

 

 

post #2072 of 2315
Nevermind
post #2073 of 2315
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post
 

I have some loafers made for Patrick James - Mens Store

Handsewn in Maine, can anyone shed light on a maker?


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Snoogz, These look similar to a pair of Rancourts I had a while ago. They used to put "Bench Made In Maine" on all their shoes. And they have a loyal following. 

post #2074 of 2315
This is cheaney right?

post #2075 of 2315
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This is cheaney right?


Yeah.
post #2076 of 2315

Mr. Sid is a Menswear place in Boston.  Can someone verify these are Incotex?  Could possibly be Zegna?  No other tags, construction is top notch though.

 

EDIT: Zegna (Mr. Sid doesn't list Incotex on their brand list).  I'll keep this post in place for reference.  Glad I waited until 1/2 price day to pick up.  Why pay $4 when you can pay $2!

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post #2077 of 2315

Isaia for Louis Boston

 

Only markings are under the insole, no real nail pattern persay...any ideas?

 

 

 

 

post #2078 of 2315

Peeps - found 5-6 of these today, no RN, no other identification.  All self tipped, only picked up the woven, but there were a few prints I left.

post #2079 of 2315
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post
 

Mr. Sid is a Menswear place in Boston.  Can someone verify these are Incotex?  Could possibly be Zegna?  No other tags, construction is top notch though.

 

EDIT: Zegna (Mr. Sid doesn't list Incotex on their brand list).  I'll keep this post in place for reference.  Glad I waited until 1/2 price day to pick up.  Why pay $4 when you can pay $2!

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Certainly high end Incotex. The made in Italy tag is a giveaway. Incotex makes for Zegna. 

post #2080 of 2315
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Certainly high end Incotex. The made in Italy tag is a giveaway. Incotex makes for Zegna. 

 

Do certain Incotex not have the split back waistband? All Incotex I've seen do that.

post #2081 of 2315
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Originally Posted by Lirum View Post

 

Do certain Incotex not have the split back waistband? All Incotex I've seen do that.

 

Not sure, however, this pair could have been and seems to have been altered. In one of the shots you can see the belt loops near where the split back should be are quite close together. Plus, I'll take tags over split back any day. 

post #2082 of 2315
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Not sure, however, this pair could have been and seems to have been altered. In one of the shots you can see the belt loops near where the split back should be are quite close together. Plus, I'll take tags over split back any day. 

I honestly don't think they are Incotex. They would have the typical care label and other Incotex features which these certainly do not. Things like the belt buckle tag on the front and inner closure are used by practically every Italian RTW trouser make these days so are no longer the "give away".

Also I've never seen anything made for Zegna at their Italian factory.
post #2083 of 2315
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

I honestly don't think they are Incotex. They would have the typical care label and other Incotex features which these certainly do not. Things like the belt buckle tag on the front and inner closure are used by practically every Italian RTW trouser make these days so are no longer the "give away".

Also I've never seen anything made for Zegna at their Italian factory.

 

I defer to you and your experience with Italian makers. Out of curiosity, though, do other Italian manufacturers use the same made in Italy tag, including size and font? 

 

This pair (shown below) has the same size and country tag. You didn't they were Incotex either, however, how many makers out there use the same tags and manufacture in both Portugal and Italy? 

 

post #2084 of 2315
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post
 

Isaia for Louis Boston

 

Only markings are under the insole, no real nail pattern persay...any ideas?

 

 

 

 

Almost sure that they've been resoled. As far as I know, Sutor Mantellassi does Isaia's shoes.

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