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post #16 of 21
Carmina
post #17 of 21
^ +1 also look into Meermin. If you are looking into "higher-end value", avoid Alden. They were worth the price 3 years ago
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

gauss17 good point... i guess to remove that variable, keep it with non-cordovan, and that list is very informative, thank you- snedley you are absolutely right that fit is important, but that aside my question is basically a quality one. i.e. this shoe is the same quality at this one, but this is $200 more, etc. and by quality i mean construction and longevity (with proper rotation, of course)

You have to figure that a shoe wil llast perhaps 5 years. maybe 10 max. A $300 AE has construction at the very top so spending $1k isn't going to get you a bettter fitting or lasting shoe. What I don'tlike about very expensive shoes (other than custom made ones)is that most come in 1 width which is absurd for a $1k shoe.

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post #20 of 21
I also think Gravati is a great shoe for the price.
post #21 of 21
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Nice fellas thank you... any help on sizing? I'm a 7 UK in most Crockett & Jones, Carmina, and Meermin. Meermin Linea Maestro I'm a 7.5 UK. I wear an 8.5 in ferragamo as well. Thanks! 

 

Also, what about Santoni? I have heard good things

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