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(AJL @ 18 July 2004, 12:16)
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Originally Posted by naturlaut,17 July 2004, 04:46
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Originally Posted by Joe G,17 July 2004, 02:48
They're not as comfortable as Tod's peerless bowling shoes or my Reiter Sport trainers, but they also cost a good bit less. For "designer" trainers, they're quite the bargain. They go with a wider variety of things than one would think, too.
I, too, am a great fan of Reiter's trainers.  Since they are not a 'famous' 'brand', they are quite inexpensive too.
I would love to be able to locate a pair of these: http://www.10001designerclothing.com/acatalo....oes.jpg Any ideas?
Those are the ones I have, except they are tan suede with a orange stripe. I had to call the Reiter store in Vienna directly and order them. I paid USD230 with shipping. It will be a bit more now due to the exchange rate. They are GREAT shoes though.  If anyone else knows where to get them, I'd pick up a second pair.
Mike C.-- How is the fit on these shoes, and what is the sizing translation to US? Is the arch support fairly decent? Also, do you happen to have Reiter phone # kicking around (sure I could find it, just lazy...)? I really like the look of these shoes, and your color combination also sounds excellent--I think I may have seen it a while back on Yoox. Alas, nothing in my size. Thanks in advance, Andrew JL
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"P.S. I know this is not the same color but it is the last fashion in Paris to wear different one on each foot." Quoi? I'm trying to picture this and...LOL. HAHAHAHA. I'm sorry, but that's just silly. Why would you think anyone looks good with two different colored shoes on? Might as well have two different pair of socks on. While I like the Pumas (a lot), I think French fashion just took a turn for the worse if this is what people are wearing.   Jon.
why noy wearing 2 different shoes? it is very fun.
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(imageWIS @ 19 July 2004, 09:37) "P.S. I know this is not the same color but it is the last fashion in Paris to wear different one on each foot." Quoi? I'm trying to picture this and...LOL. HAHAHAHA. I'm sorry, but that's just silly. Why would you think anyone looks good with two different colored shoes on? Might as well have two different pair of socks on. While I like the Pumas (a lot), I think French fashion just took a turn for the worse if this is what people are wearing.   Jon.
why noy wearing 2 different shoes? it is very fun.
I could see it now... ...Antiqued cognac Lobb on one foot, a retro white and green trimmed Puma on the other.
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...Antiqued cognac Lobb on one foot, a retro white and green trimmed Puma on the other.
Please not, cognac is for country.
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan,19 July 2004, 9:27
...Antiqued cognac Lobb on one foot, a retro white and green trimmed Puma on the other. Please not, cognac is for country.
EDIT: Firstly are you mad, two different shoes. Huh? In City and Bank people only wear brown with navy blue (EDIT: suits). In addition, I doubt you are in Paris, I think you live on a farm, and this is why: Northerner, the English country gentleman from somewhere like Yorkshire, he wears a light blue shirt with beige trousers and black shoes, he wears a ugly watch like a Patek or Rolex, he sits at home all his life because there is nowhere worth going in the north, perhaps he could go to the pub and drink some BEER. He always speaks politely, and when driving he gives people way. Now we have the Londoner; banker in the City wears a navy suit with brown shoes, watch that looks good like Franck Muller, Cartier or Vacheron, and goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne. I deem that you are the first one, lest you are a city wannabe, however you do not understand the ways very well.
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan,19 July 2004, 9:27
...Antiqued cognac Lobb on one foot, a retro white and green trimmed Puma on the other. Please not, cognac is for country.
EDIT: Firstly are you mad, two different shoes. Huh? In City and Bank people only wear brown with navy blue (EDIT: suits). In addition, I doubt you are in Paris, I think you live on a farm, and this is why: Northerner, the English country gentleman from somewhere like Yorkshire, he wears a light blue shirt with beige trousers and black shoes, he wears a ugly watch like a Patek or Rolex, he sits at home all his life because there is nowhere worth going in the north, perhaps he could go to the pub and drink some BEER. He always speaks politely, and when driving he gives people way. Now we have the Londoner; banker in the City wears a navy suit with brown shoes, watch that looks good like Franck Muller, Cartier or Vacheron, and goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne. I deem that you are the first one, lest you are a city wannabe, however you do not understand the ways very well.
Thanks to care about me. How you are, I do not car because you are stupid
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goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne.
what a big deal. restaurant?... vety impressive. acloolic?
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(kalra2411 @ 20 July 2004, 05:56) goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne.
what a big deal. restaurant?... vety impressive. acloolic?
Not the fact of being impressive, simply the fact of what the average person in London does compared to the person from the country.
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Originally Posted by kalra2411,20 July 2004, 05:56
goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne.
what a big deal. restaurant?... vety impressive. acloolic?
Not the fact of being impressive, simply the fact of what the average person in London does compared to the person from the country.
here is your problem = your are an average person, a social clone who only makes like everybody because of a lack of personality.
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(kalra2411 @ 20 July 2004, 06:09)
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Originally Posted by ernest,20 July 2004, 2:07
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Originally Posted by kalra2411,20 July 2004, 05:56
goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne.
what a big deal. restaurant?... vety impressive. acloolic?
Not the fact of being impressive, simply the fact of what the average person in London does compared to the person from the country.
here is your problem = your are an average person, a social clone who only makes like everybody because of a lack of personality.
Lack of personality, I must say you may be right, that is the way of the people in Cities, there is very little individuality, and for a reason, because that it what looks good, two different shoes do not look good. So tell me, you live on a farm yes/no? Simple question - just answer it, do not ramble.
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acloolic?
I must say you may be right, that is the way of the people in Cities, there is very little individuality, and for a reason, because that it what looks good, two different shoes do not look good. So tell me, you live on a farm yes/no? Simple question - just answer it, do not ramble.[/quote] Instead of bying ridiculious watch better buy you a personality.
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(kalra2411 @ 20 July 2004, 06:16) acloolic?
I must say you may be right, that is the way of the people in Cities, there is very little individuality, and for a reason, because that it what looks good, two different shoes do not look good. So tell me, you live on a farm yes/no? Simple question - just answer it, do not ramble.
Instead of bying ridiculious watch better buy you a personality.[/quote] How much? To be a farmer?
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(ernest @ 20 July 2004, 2:21)
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Originally Posted by kalra2411,20 July 2004, 06:16
acloolic?
I must say you may be right, that is the way of the people in Cities, there is very little individuality, and for a reason, because that it what looks good, two different shoes do not look good. So tell me, you live on a farm yes/no? Simple question - just answer it, do not ramble.
Instead of bying ridiculious watch better buy you a personality.
How much? To be a farmer?[/quote] try on sales, it wil llaways be better than yours. that's what you are with your shoes
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My latest purchase (ok, so I am wearing them as I type this): Jon.
ImageWIS, Wow, nice ones. If I had but known about them... MtB
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(imageWIS @ 16 July 2004, 06:47) My latest purchase (ok, so I am wearing them as I type this): Jon.
ImageWIS, Wow, nice ones. If I had but known about them... MtB
I'm probably going to go today and purchase these: What do you think of the color? Jon.
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