Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Santoni Shoe Appreciation Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Santoni Shoe Appreciation Thread - Page 32

post #466 of 504
Have to be the nonGY nonFAM base line at those prices, no?
post #467 of 504
Quote:
Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

Has anyone got Santoni shoes from the ebay seller sarafsaraf? His prices seem good.patch[1].gif

http://www.ebay.com/sch/Dress-Formal/53120/m.html?item=181988196352&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESINDXX%3AIT&_ssn=sarafsaraf&_dcat=53120&Brand=Santoni&_trksid=p2046732.m1684

 

They look nice and a decent price! 

post #468 of 504
Quote:
Originally Posted by SirReveller View Post

Have to be the nonGY nonFAM base line at those prices, no?

Don't recall seeing any GY in that store yet, but doesn't mean there haven't been time to time.

He has had quite a bit of FAM shoes with Blake rapid construction. Usually his pictures will show the inside of shoe to determine if it is or isn't.

Definitely a good price for some of those. Many are a more pointy European style that I've seen in shops or online there. Not a fan of these. But others have looked great, some nice loafers and monkstraps in particular.

Yet to pull the trigger from the store. Not much in size 12-13.
post #469 of 504
Quote:
Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post
 

Santoni Dubmonks freshly polished!

 

 

Jesus that is one amazing patina + shine.  

post #470 of 504
Quote:
Originally Posted by Beach Bum View Post


Don't recall seeing any GY in that store yet, but doesn't mean there haven't been time to time.

He has had quite a bit of FAM shoes with Blake rapid construction. Usually his pictures will show the inside of shoe to determine if it is or isn't.

Definitely a good price for some of those. Many are a more pointy European style that I've seen in shops or online there. Not a fan of these. But others have looked great, some nice loafers and monkstraps in particular.

Yet to pull the trigger from the store. Not much in size 12-13.

 

He does, for example this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-SANTONI-Dress-GOODYEAR-Shoes-Size-Eu-42-5-Uk-8-5-Us-9-5-GY11-/162097609505?hash=item25bdc53b21:g:NJoAAOSwnFZXWDyE

 

Price is definitely higher for the GY line, and some higher end FAM lines.

post #471 of 504

i think there is a higher end GY line, their finish is better.

but i am not familiar with the retail prices of santoni, so just a guess.

post #472 of 504
Kinda weird FAM is blake at all.

Sadly I doubt he'd ever offer these
post #473 of 504

http://www.santonishoes.com/us/leather-ankle-boots-43838.html

 

Not a typical Chelsea design, but I love the finish on the leather and the sole.  The price though, not so much :D

post #474 of 504

post #475 of 504

Looking for a little feedback on some Santoni Goodyear boots I found today.  The handwritten side and model number caught my eye so I tried them on, and they fit like they were made for me.  The number inside reads 12692-51 F - 10.  Sizing is also stamped 10 on the sole.  I normally wear an 11/11.5 D in most shoes, so these must run large.  They had a few small scuffs, and the edges needed dressing, but otherwise, they were brand new.  Sticker residue on the sole was the extent of the wear.  I'm assuming the leather is black calf, but does anyone know any more based on the model number written inside the shoe?  I did a bunch of googling, but came up short.

 

Regardless, I'm pretty happy with them.  I do need new laces though, the ones pictured were from an old pair of Cole Haan black ankle boots I'm retiring.  The laces in the boots when I bought them were thicker cotton, and couldn't have been original.  For only $82, I can afford new laces.

 

post #476 of 504
Quote:
Originally Posted by StriderTB View Post
 

Looking for a little feedback on some Santoni Goodyear boots I found today.  The handwritten side and model number caught my eye so I tried them on, and they fit like they were made for me.  The number inside reads 12692-51 F - 10.  Sizing is also stamped 10 on the sole.  I normally wear an 11/11.5 D in most shoes, so these must run large.  They had a few small scuffs, and the edges needed dressing, but otherwise, they were brand new.  Sticker residue on the sole was the extent of the wear.  I'm assuming the leather is black calf, but does anyone know any more based on the model number written inside the shoe?  I did a bunch of googling, but came up short.

 

Regardless, I'm pretty happy with them.  I do need new laces though, the ones pictured were from an old pair of Cole Haan black ankle boots I'm retiring.  The laces in the boots when I bought them were thicker cotton, and couldn't have been original.  For only $82, I can afford new laces.

 

 

Nice find!  The only thing I can tell you is the more recent GYW models use an orange stained channeled sole, so your shoes are likely 2 - 3 seasons back.  They do also run a bit large, for whatever reason.  

post #477 of 504

Nice find! They do run large, I have a pair of Chelsea's in 8.5 UK that are even a bit larger than my Carmina's in 9.5 UK! 

post #478 of 504
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Nice find! They do run large, I have a pair of Chelsea's in 8.5 UK that are even a bit larger than my Carmina's in 9.5 UK! 

They are 1.5 sizes to 2 sizes large
post #479 of 504
Quote:
Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Nice find! They do run large, I have a pair of Chelsea's in 8.5 UK that are even a bit larger than my Carmina's in 9.5 UK! 

They are 1.5 sizes to 2 sizes large

Yes I concur. In my experience the Italian made Santoni's run 1.5 larger than US. I learned the hard way.

post #480 of 504
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jazzmenco View Post

Yes I concur. In my experience the Italian made Santoni's run 1.5 larger than US. I learned the hard way.
Where else are the shoes made? All in italy to my understanding.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Santoni Shoe Appreciation Thread