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post #2731 of 2743
Thought to try this thread in addition to the RL one.

Ralph Lauren Polo Suede shoes with crepe soles. Any idea of the maker?
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Thought to try this thread in addition to the RL one.

Ralph Lauren Polo Suede shoes with crepe soles. Any idea of the maker?
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Where did to find?
post #2733 of 2743
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Where did to find?
Unfortunately no help as they were from eBay
post #2734 of 2743

Hey guys, I gotta slight challenge for you all. I came across a pair of Cole Haans tassle loafers at a thrift, like one would find at just about any thrift, however these caught my eye for some reason and I picked em up and looked in on the insole and saw that they were made in England, then looked at the heel and said holy shit. Never heard of English bench made Cole Haans, these gotta be rare so I was sure to snatch these up (for all of 7 bucks), but my question is, do any of you recognize that nail pattern. It looks familiar but I can't place it. Thank you all for any help in advance.

 

post #2735 of 2743
Can anyone identify the maker of this Breuer sports coat? I've only ever seen Breuer ties before, so I assume that it was made for them. Thanks.

post #2736 of 2743

Anyone recognize this? From a Tornabuoni Firenze SC. The 'wool and cashmere' tag looks familiar, but the maker's label isn't ringing any bells.

 

post #2737 of 2743

I'm a vintage man (vintage audio gear, vinyl, wrist watches, motorbike etc.) and a nice thrift find of a pair of beautiful worn (and worn) brown Alden cap toe blucher got me into vintage shoes as well. I the cupboard I then found a pair of vintage Norwegian plain toe blucher with only to rows of laces that I found years ago.

 

Here are the two pair (with a pair of Lloyd shoes that I don't brag about): 

 

 

Yesterday I bought a pair of vintage black cap toe oxfords that might not be goodyear welted but look like a good shoe anyway.

 

In the shoes the golden brand logo and name is almost worn away, so I haven't been able to find any info about shoes or the brand on the great web (if there is any).

 

Here are the shoes in a fancy, not very illustrative photo:

 

 

Here is a more straight foreward photo:

 

 

 

And here is the worn down logo and name:

 

 

 

I see the remains of a golden laurel wreath and three capital letters. I have tried to google any thinkable combination of letters with a M in the middle, but with no luck.

 

Inside the shoes, on the side I find these numbers "38022 14 09"/"38022 13 9" (resp. right/left shoe)

 

Maybe some of you good shoe people can help me or get me in the right track.

 

Bonus info:

 

I'm living in Denmark - the shoes might be local and unknown outside this small country.

 

PQR

post #2738 of 2743
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Can anyone identify the maker of this Breuer sports coat? I've only ever seen Breuer ties before, so I assume that it was made for them. Thanks.
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Did you have any luck?? I just got this in... NWOT - Made in Italy (did not even say Breuer (no tags at all)

 

Cross post.... made in Italy...:puzzled:

 

 

post #2739 of 2743
All I’ve been able to ascertain is that it looks like the same firm that does suits for Saks. Nobody seems to know who that is, however.
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Any ideas?
Suit is very nice. Lots of handwork.
post #2741 of 2743

Hi!

 

I've been looking at these shoes today, trying to figure out what exactly they are.

 

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Initially I thought they were Florsheim because of the sole but after some research here the upper stitching details look more like that of Hanover or Worthmore.

 

I think they might be vintage Worthmore bluchers in calf skin, but I'm very new to classic shoes and would appreciate some feedback.

 

 

Thanks in advance!

post #2742 of 2743

Hi All.  I'm trying to determine a maker for this made in Italy Dunhill London jacket.  It looks similar to Saint Andrews, but I can't find anything online.  Thanks in advance!

 

post #2743 of 2743
Any help my dudes? Vibram soles, so no help on the heel pattern. And the footbed has long since been covered over with an archaeological dig of after market cushions and heel pads.

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