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post #1831 of 13682
I like these two


Prices seem pretty good as well
post #1832 of 13682
Zonkey makes hand welted. Too bad the designs are off.
post #1833 of 13682
Why on earth would you go out and name a high end shoe company "zonkey"? I googled it and was informed that there exists an animal that is a cross between a zebra and a donkey
post #1834 of 13682
You can read the explanation on the website.
I agree its a bit wierd.
The sailor last is ugly.
post #1835 of 13682
Need some help please.
Can someone tell me what size these EG's on eBay would fit as. . . (US size, true to size, wide, etc.)?
post #1836 of 13682
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

I'll just let this fact stand on its own: Leather Soul's latest SC MTO offering, the PC Boot, is $2,300 with lasted trees.

That's my boot. Well worth it IMO.
post #1837 of 13682
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Not only that, and despite SC's skill, I think Cordovan leather is generally better suited to our American shoe companies, with very few exceptions, and SC is not one of them.

My best cordovan shoes are from EG- much nicer than any Aldens I've owned.
post #1838 of 13682
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not a great boot appearance wise

They're meant to be my snow boots and will look better and better when broken in. I originally ordered a rubber, knobbed outsole, but they got lost in the process.
post #1839 of 13682
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My best cordovan shoes are from EG- much nicer than any Aldens I've owned.

... and about 2.5 times more expensive. nod[1].gif
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... and about 2.5 times more expensive. nod[1].gif
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... and about 2.5 times more expensive. nod[1].gif

True. Don't get me wrong, I like Aldens, but they have REAL quality control problems. To me, the Sandringhams above are an anomaly.
post #1841 of 13682
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

He left to start Zonkey. Their stuff might not be to people's taste on this forum, but they're really nice (some even quite conservative) when you see them in person.
zonkey stuff i've seen online is kinda funky. i'm guessing that's the point =)
post #1842 of 13682
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Originally Posted by Hard2Fit View Post

Need some help please.
Can someone tell me what size these EG's on eBay would fit as. . . (US size, true to size, wide, etc.)?

Looks like 10D US
post #1843 of 13682
The Zonkies are made in the Veneto region of Italy. (according to the web site).

Sort of explains their vibe - Owners in Vienna, Plant in Italy.

My inlaws live in this part of the world........wonder if I can track down where they are made next time I go.
post #1844 of 13682
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Looks like 10D US

Thanks.
So the 'E' doesn't mean wide here? Or does this model/last run slim?
post #1845 of 13682
Speaking of EG quality control, I ordered an antique burgundy belt and they sent me one that resembled nightshade after 2 months of wait time so I have to wait another 2 months.
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