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Look like Incotex....but made in Italy and not 100% sure. Can anyone verify. Thanks!

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These labels=confusing=not incotex/mabitex?

post #992 of 2362

Have two pair of Alden cape cod penny mocs on ebay, question asked about whether they run true to size and what last. If they were Allen Edmonds I'd be able to answer, any Alden aficionados here that could help?

 

 

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post #993 of 2362
Crosspost from the thrift bragging thread - who makes shoes for Charles Tyrwhitt?

Chelsea Boots Made in England


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I know loake makes some, I can't say they make them all though.
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Yeah, Loake would have been my first call, too.

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You are an idiot. Go away.
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idiot is you.

moron

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Yes Capnwes answer me and im very grateful for his opinion and reply. It was very kind.

I just can´t see the purpose of ofending persons here without any reason.

I just would like to have a second opinion,just that. Im sure is not a crime or offensive for anyone here.

This doesn´t means that im not happy and grateful to Capnwes advice and opinions. Obviously.

Regards

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Didn't capnwes already answered this? Why ask the same question again?

Because she's an idiot. 80 posts and 8 threads asking the same question. Insanity.
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Hello again. Nice to see you again. 

 

Those are Loake, One of the premier shoe makers of Northampton County. You will likely not find them on the Loake website since they appear to have been made for Jubilee Shoes. A typical Loake shoe of similar style would retail for a few hundred dollars. If you plan to sell them on ebay, you could expect at least $30. Heck, I will give you $30 just to get them away from you, obviously they are driving you insane.

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Hello again. Nice to see you again. 

Those are Loake, One of the premier shoe makers of Northampton County. You will likely not find them on the Loake website since they appear to have been made for Jubilee Shoes. A typical Loake shoe of similar style would retail for a few hundred dollars. If you plan to sell them on ebay, you could expect at least $30. Heck, I will give you $30 just to get them away from you, obviously they are driving you insane.

But how could you possibly know that? Are you sure? They say jubilee after all...
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Hello again. Nice to see you again. 

 

Those are Loake, One of the premier shoe makers of Northampton County. You will likely not find them on the Loake website since they appear to have been made for Jubilee Shoes. A typical Loake shoe of similar style would retail for a few hundred dollars. If you plan to sell them on ebay, you could expect at least $30. Heck, I will give you $30 just to get them away from you, obviously they are driving you insane.

 

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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post


But how could you possibly know that? Are you sure? They say jubilee after all...


The maker is Jubilee. They are from the most Northern region. Don't you guys know anything?

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