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post #4021 of 5249

By the way, if yours are same that on the last you pic - then they are Gitterns, made in Italy and are  not C&J

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18660556&cp=1760781.1898623.1899793&view=all&omniselect=View_All99&parentPage=family

post #4022 of 5249
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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

By the way, if yours are same that on the last you pic - then they are Gitterns, made in Italy and are  not C&J

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18660556&cp=1760781.1898623.1899793&view=all&omniselect=View_All99&parentPage=family
Ah~ my bad. I already put rain guard on the sole but let me see. But I think youre right on the maker. So is this a piece of junk???
post #4023 of 5249

No, why? Just not belong this thread.

post #4024 of 5249
Oh I see. Is Gitterns the maker???
Is this worse now that it isnt made by cj?
I did see that the soles say MADE IN ITALY.
post #4025 of 5249
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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post

Oh I see. Is Gitterns the maker???
Is this worse now that it isnt made by cj?
I did see that the soles say MADE IN ITALY.

For future reference, this is a dead giveaway they are not C&J. biggrin.gif
post #4026 of 5249
Oh boy. My apologies gentlemen. I am so clueless. I just did a search on SF and saw that cj made rlbl shoes. Clearly that info is out of date.
post #4027 of 5249
Not really. It's just crockett and jones gets more coverage here. Other threads have discussed the subject of the other makers but they don't have the traction this thread does.

Ralph Lauren sources from a variety of different manufacturers. The made in Italy shoes look good but there is less crowd knowledge of the craftsmanship, fit and quality.

I personally think the O'brien monk and Denver captoe are very attractive, just a bit mis priced.
post #4028 of 5249
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I thought my Marlow's were a light shade of brown. Holy-moly!

That is mainly curtousy of the morning sun. Typically a bit browner.

-Mike
post #4029 of 5249

Guys, if you could only keep one, which one would it be???

Lindrick

Gianni

post #4030 of 5249
I'd keep the Lindrick, but you can't go wrong either way. I work and live in a more casual environment so I like the Lindrick with jeans. I want to get Gianni's next fall during the sale though too, lol .
post #4031 of 5249

Thanks!  I live and work in a casual environment too.  I'd be wearing these mostly with jeans and chinos.

post #4032 of 5249
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Guys, if you could only keep one, which one would it be???

Lindrick, for sure.

But both are nice.
post #4033 of 5249
Assuming you have no similar style of either, Lindricks. Both are awesome though. I just have the Lindricks but hope to pick up the Gianni later.
post #4034 of 5249
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Thanks!  I live and work in a casual environment too.  I'd be wearing these mostly with jeans and chinos.

I'd start with the Lindrick first as well. Or, with the slight sizing variation between the two, just pick the one that fits best if you notice a difference.
post #4035 of 5249
Man up and keep both. You know you wanna ;-)
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