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post #16 of 25
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imageWIS i unfortunately cannot find a pic of the coach shoes the model name, however, is called 'gerrard'
I went to the coach store at my local mall and they don't carry coach shoes. No other store in the mall in fact carried coach shoes. Jon.
post #17 of 25
i too have now gone to two different coach stores and neither of them carried shoes and the staff could only say that they were not carrying shoes any longer but to try a different coach store i'm not a follower of coach that closely but have they done away with shoes?
post #18 of 25
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i too have now gone to two different coach stores and neither of them carried shoes and the staff could only say that they were not carrying shoes any longer but to try a different coach store i'm not a follower of coach that closely but have they done away with shoes?
The website shows shoes for both men and women, but the stores apparently do not carry either. At least they have stores though, compared to Bally, which completely restructured and closed most of its stores. The only pair of driver's shoes I found that I could fit into (size 6 1/2) are from Cole Haan, and they did not have any in stock so I am waiting for the store in the local mall to receive them. In the mean time I ordered a pair of Puma Motorsport shoes, granted they are not driver's loafers, but are cool nonetheless. Jon.
post #19 of 25
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(hermes @ 14 June 2004, 10:50) imageWIS i unfortunately cannot find a pic of the coach shoes the model name, however, is called 'gerrard'
I went to the coach store at my local mall and they don't carry coach shoes. No other store in the mall in fact carried coach shoes. Jon.
Macy*s and Lord and Taylor (at least here in NYC) carry Coach shoes.
post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,14 June 2004, 11:52
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Originally Posted by hermes,14 June 2004, 10:50
imageWIS i unfortunately cannot find a pic of the coach shoes the model name, however, is called 'gerrard'
I went to the coach store at my local mall and they don't carry coach shoes. No other store in the mall in fact carried coach shoes. Jon.
Macy*s and Lord and Taylor (at least here in NYC) carry Coach shoes.
Closest Macy store is 20 miles away (I'm not driving all the way there just for a pair of loafers) and Lord & Taylor closed its Boca Raton location and a Neimans is taking its place. Jon.
post #21 of 25
John Lobb Fistral migh be a shoe you might wanna take a look at. Barenia leather with a rubber sole. Boatish looking.
post #22 of 25
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Very nice, but not exactly what I am looking for, plus they are way past my price point. Jon.
post #23 of 25
What about this one from J.Crew? http://www.jcrew.com/catalog....at58842 Also, something similar from Banana Republic http://www.bananarepublic.com/browse....=901002 If you are looking for boat shoes, I've been eyeing one from Brooks Brothers. A yacht is not included in the price. I feel that loafers and driving mocs are more versatile than boat shoes because I tend to associate boat shoes with summer and spring. Do you agree?
post #24 of 25
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Gregory, Unfortunately the J. Crew moccasins might be too large, I usually wear a 6 ½. I have to swing by the mall today anyways, so I will try them on. Alas, I have not had luck with the quality of J. Crew apparel; do you own a pair of these? If so how good are they? Jon.
post #25 of 25
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Gregory, Unfortunately the J. Crew moccasins might be too large, I usually wear a 6 ½. I have to swing by the mall today anyways, so I will try them on. Alas, I have not had luck with the quality of J. Crew apparel; do you own a pair of these? If so how good are they? Jon.
No, unfortunately I do not own any shoes from jcrew. Regarding Banana Republic, it seems that a lot of people in this forum are not particularly excited about the quality of BR shoes, but then again, perhaps they're just too used to their Lobbs.
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