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post #46 of 53
I have a weakness for shoes also. I love the wholecuts Foxx posted from Lobb. After this post, I'm going to check out Lobb's site. I loved zjp's shoes in the middle of the lineup. Loved the GGs. And, of all the posts in this thread, I loved Christofuh's the most. Because not only are those beautiful shoes, but his avatar is stunning.
post #47 of 53
Well, I just got back from the Lobb site and I really had to call up a lot of willpower and leave before I spent too much $ on a pair of Farndons, Becketts, Garniers, and Staffords. Then there are the Welhams. Also the Foxtons. You are the Devil, Foxx!
post #48 of 53
yes, i am pure evil. but, i wear some pretty sharp suits and shoes.
post #49 of 53
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Originally Posted by jmatt
G&G is available for $800-$900?


Prices were reportedly 450 pounds RTW on their first trip through the US last fall. So, yes.
post #50 of 53
Speaking of G&G, anyone notice that they now have a "stockists" page on their Web site?
post #51 of 53
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Originally Posted by zjpj83



Wow these are nice. By your pic labeling I presume these are Santoni's made for Borrelli correct?

I think your pic just gave me the idea for my next black shoe. Can you imagine this shoe with a G&G chiseled toe and fiddle waist?
post #52 of 53
Quote:
Originally Posted by jmatt
G&G is available for $800-$900?

yes i think it is about that i have paid HK $7500 with trees for mine if you know your EG sizing then the fit is the same and just order accordingly!
post #53 of 53

I like lobbs more than ed green too

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