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Does anyone know any good ESPADRILLES brands for men? I'm not looking for something too expensive but a pair that is sturdy and decent quality. The only one ive found with a color I like is the one below. Anyone have any suggestions or comments?

 

Thanks

 

 

http://us.topman.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?beginIndex=0&viewAllFlag=&catalogId=33059&storeId=13051&productId=4975348&langId=-1&sort_field=Relevance&categoryId=207459&parent_categoryId=207444&pageSize=20&siteID=J84DHJLQkR4-YMTGg82HnPutZJ.PnIaLHw&cmpid=usls_default&_$ja=tsid:29972|prd:J84DHJLQkR4

 

 

 

post #2 of 56

Toms? I've had two pairs for about a year now and wear them very regularly - they're holding up pretty well. Inexpensive too.

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post #4 of 56
One of the most famous (the most famous?) shops for espadrillas is "La Manual Alpargatera" in Barcelona: http://homepage.mac.com/manualp/Menu11.html.

Apart of their own make, they also sell espadrillas made by Gaimo. I found them to be quite good.

Andrey
post #5 of 56
why are these so trendy this spring?
post #6 of 56
I enjoy my Ropey Soles. No logos like Toms or Drilleys

http://ropeysoles.com/mens.php
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Originally Posted by andreyb2 View Post

One of the most famous (the most famous?) shops for espadrillas is "La Manual Alpargatera" in Barcelona: http://homepage.mac.com/manualp/Menu11.html.
Apart of their own make, they also sell espadrillas made by Gaimo. I found them to be quite good.
Andrey


i cant access that link. but thanks for all the referrals guys! im looking at them now

post #8 of 56
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Originally Posted by andreyb2 View Post

One of the most famous (the most famous?) shops for espadrillas is "La Manual Alpargatera" in Barcelona: http://homepage.mac.com/manualp/Menu11.html.
Apart of their own make, they also sell espadrillas made by Gaimo. I found them to be quite good.
Andrey

I bought a pair from "La Manual Alpargatera" from Barcelona a few years ago and I think I only wore them that summer. They are solid and classic, but nothing special. Last year when they were still much in fashion I bought a pair of Castaner from Asos. Castener has been the most fashionable espadrille brand in the last few years in Europe. They are a bit more expensive, and worth if bought on sale. Available from Mr Porter, Matches, even at Yoox.
Anyway, it's not much difference between a cheap pair and one that costs 100 dollars. I only wear them during vacations near the seaside, so not much use.
post #9 of 56
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does anyone have any advice for Toms sizing? i really like these

 

http://www.toms.com/mens/new-styles/lucas-men-s-vegan-classics

 

i usually wear size 9.5 or 10. should i go big or small?

post #10 of 56

Espadrilles are what the mean, asshole, popular kids wear in my city.

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Espadrilles are what the mean, asshole, popular kids wear in my city.



generalization...

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does anyone have any advice for Toms sizing? i really like these

 

http://www.toms.com/mens/new-styles/lucas-men-s-vegan-classics

 

i usually wear size 9.5 or 10. should i go big or small?

Don't own this brand, but the general rule is go small, as the uppers tend to stretch
post #13 of 56
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Don't own this brand, but the general rule is go small, as the uppers tend to stretch


thank you very much

post #14 of 56

Been very happy with my espadrilles from Soludos. 

 

www.soludos.com

post #15 of 56
http://www.eighty2ibiza.com/

they use lots of english fabrics to appeal to the english tourists.
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