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post #16 of 24
Thread Starter 
so are g&g good value for the money, based on quality? was considering getting a pair
post #17 of 24
Which Loake 1880 last is similar to Crocket & Jones 337 last?
post #18 of 24

This is so true. I have often thought this about clothes. If you took the labels off various items of clothing, how many people could tell the difference? (except when comparing the very highest and the very lowest quality). 

post #19 of 24

I have one pair of Loake 1880 Islington single monks.  I bought them to replace an old pair of AE Neumora.  I'd say the quality is comparable between the two.

 

Oh, and I find the fit very generous in terms of width.  Almost (but not quite) to a fault.

post #20 of 24

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post #21 of 24
Hi Can I get an opinion on these Loake Shoes called Loake Druiit?

I tend to like the shoes, but in Norway other people on a forum called it ugly, and that it looked like immigrant style/not ment positively. shog[1].gif

What do you think? I like the originality and the size.

Do you think it is ugly? Not worth the money?

Im thankful for your opinion.

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&colset=1&styleid=1842&shoeid=6808&brandid=7&catid=23&oldcolid=3596&stype=0&colourid=3596

http://www.loake.co.uk/design-loake/slip-on/druitt.html
post #22 of 24

it's okay to me, not classic so it won't get approved on this site personally i like other loake styles more chester, worton, cannon etc. Also i think it's worth in this case to spend 50pounds more and get something from 1880 line, I wouldn't pay full retail for loake design.

post #23 of 24

I just came across this thread as a visitor, after my Google search sent me here.

 

Wasn't too impressed at one poster calling another's post "stupid". And this from a senior member too.

 

Is that the impression you want visitors like me to get? Would you say that to him in person?

post #24 of 24

I have purchased online Loake Royal Brogues in burgundy for 154 £ a few weeks ago after I tried them in Loake's physical shop in London. 

I wore them 8 to 10 times and felt an excruciating pain on the side of my left foot. 

I went to see several shoemakers who  explained that the shoes were poorly built and that there was nothing to do except to try adding a Heel-piece. Despite that I'am still not able to wear them.

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