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post #2986 of 3093
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Originally Posted by Pennard View Post

Hi,

I'd be grateful if anyone could shed some light on the maker of these shoes. Can't recall seeing that logo before and neither a google search nor my local cobbler could help!









Kinda looks like Loake.
post #2987 of 3093
Can anyone I'D the maker on either of these two tags


post #2988 of 3093
edit :-) wrong thread
post #2989 of 3093

Hi,

After having done a thorough research on this thread, I wasn't able to identify the manufacturer associated with this tag (I've noticed a similarity with D'Avenza but that's it). So, if anyone had any idea, I would be grateful.

 

post #2990 of 3093

Anyone can help me identify this pair of shoes? http://imgur.com/a/chE1w 

 

Thanks

 
post #2991 of 3093
Any idea who the make is for these Brooks Brothers?
post #2992 of 3093

 

Anyone would know the manufacturer? (seen on a 9 holes captoe boots, made in England, Itshide commando sole).

 

Thank you

post #2993 of 3093
Can anyone ID the maker of this Daniel Cremieux SC? Thanks

post #2994 of 3093
There is a discrete controversy brewing about the longstanding SF allegation that the tag below idicates that it is made by ATTOLINI. The tag is found on Luciano Barbera Sartoriale, which many claim was made by Attolini. This claim is now being called into question. Would someone please lay the controversy to rest by posting definitive photographic proof connecting the label to Attolini ? Thanks

post #2995 of 3093
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Originally Posted by dirnelli View Post

There is a discrete controversy brewing about the longstanding SF allegation that the tag below idicates that it is made by ATTOLINI. The tag is found on Luciano Barbera Sartoriale, which many claim was made by Attolini. This claim is now being called into question. Would someone please lay the controversy to rest by posting definitive photographic proof connecting the label to Attolini ? Thanks


Xpost from the other thread.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sartoria-Attolini-Napoli-Made-in-Italy-Plaid-Blue-2pc-Suit-Jacket-Pants-48-RARE-/361442903144?hash=item5427ad0468:g:gLQAAOSwcBhWYNQ4


post #2996 of 3093
Thanks!
post #2997 of 3093
Anyone disagree these are Aldens?
Dude claims Alden says theyre not Alden make. WTF with makers denying their own make? Or at least knowing less than we do about their own hallmarks.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/191799406464?ssPageName=STRK:MESOX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1561.l2649



post #2998 of 3093
Writing looks weird to me.
post #2999 of 3093
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Anyone disagree these are Aldens?
Dude claims Alden says theyre not Alden make. WTF with makers denying their own make? Or at least knowing less than we do about their own hallmarks.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/191799406464?ssPageName=STRK:MESOX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1561.l2649
 

 

Do the AE shoes for BB have the same kind of heel pad? IIRC a lot of the AE for BB have a combination heel instead of the standard AE rubber heel. I suppose the only way these aren't Alden is if AE for BB has these heel pads, which I doubt.

 

Also, how confident are you that the guy actually spoke with Alden? Did he speak with someone at HQ or just some sales rep in a store?  

post #3000 of 3093
Hard to know; I'm taking him at his word.

I wrote back as politely as possible accepting the return, but staying firm and citing all my evidence. We'll see. So far just the one message, no case or anything. But that's always the way these things go, and I always get screwed. Stay classy, eBay!
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