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post #241 of 2159
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Originally Posted by ELG View Post

Those are very, very pretty. Are they as pretty as my MTO's that just arrived? We will have to wait and see. But I love that color choice for that shoe.

Thanks! Looking forward to see your MTO's!
post #242 of 2159

For those who thinks St.Crispin's is too expensive there is a chance to buy few stock models on a winter -30% sale from the Paris retailer.

Prices without VAT:

 

 

MODELS SAINT CRISPIN'S  105, 115, 303, 523.

 

€ 994,98 HT (non-EU members only) SALE PRICE -30% € 696,49 HT

 

MODELE 401

 

€ 1053,51 HT (non-EU members only) SALE PRICE -30% € 737,46 HT

 

http://madetoorderparis.com/eng/new-arrivals/saint-crispins/

 

Even if you don't find your model on site, fill free to build your own MTO. Denis is a great man, willing to communicate, hope my own MTO will be amazing!

 

There are also G&G models on sale, will post'em in that thread

post #243 of 2159
Gentlemen, Thinking of buying my first pair of SC! which model do you prefer 105 or the boots 401?
looking to wear them with jeans and chinos on the wekends?

I prefer boots generally but also like the look of the 105 full oxford brogue?

I wish I could post some picturers but dont have any for now, both shoes can be viewed on madetoorderparis website.
post #244 of 2159
Gentlemen, Thinking of buying my first pair of SC! which model do you prefer 105 or the boots 401?
looking to wear them with jeans and chinos on the wekends?

I prefer boots generally but also like the look of the 105 full oxford brogue?

I wish I could post some picturers but dont have any for now, both shoes can be viewed on madetoorderparis website.
post #245 of 2159
get the 401 in my opinion
post #246 of 2159
I have the 105 Full Brogues which are nice and versatile but if I was looking for a pair to wear with Jeans and Chinos I would go with the 401 or the austerity brogue boot by St. Crispin. The 105 works better in my eyes with dress slacks or flannels.
post #247 of 2159
Thank you gentlemen, I will also have to decide on which last suits me best. I wonder if St Crispin offer a repair service if needed once the sole starts to wear off?
post #248 of 2159
I believe they offer a resole for $200 I think I read somewhere but don't quote me on that. I prefer the classic last to the chisled. I have a pair in both lasts. Good luck.
post #249 of 2159
The 401 would look much better in the classic last imho.
post #250 of 2159
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Originally Posted by Ejirardo View Post

I believe they offer a resole for $200 I think I read somewhere but don't quote me on that. I prefer the classic last to the chisled. I have a pair in both lasts. Good luck.

Checked with Steve from Leffot at NYC just 2 weeks ago, it's about 120 euros, ~~ 160USD which from what I understand is much cheaper than other brands.
post #251 of 2159
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Classic last tree porn.

Also, I recently learned about a brand called Zonkey Boots which was cofounded by Michael Rollig, the founder of St Crispin's and Phillip Car's cousin. I like this pair of their shoe particularly.
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You could see similarities of characters from St Crispin in some of their shoes but at a much more affordable price.
post #252 of 2159
Zonkey Boots don't sell trees AFAIK
post #253 of 2159
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Originally Posted by ezlau View Post

Checked with Steve from Leffot at NYC just 2 weeks ago, it's about 120 euros, ~~ 160USD which from what I understand is much cheaper than other brands.

Thank you for letting me know, yes that is a much better price then some of the other brands. After a serious thought I went for the 105 just because IMHO for me the 401 had a bit too many colours going on with this particular model. I love the boot and will buy it but only if it is in one shade. I will post pictures as soon as I have the shoes.
post #254 of 2159
120 for a resole is a great price, even if it only replaces the outsole. That's insane cheap for such a high end boot. Kind of encourages me to want to buy more..
post #255 of 2159
Do they replace the whole outsole or only thefront part, excluding the pegged waist?
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