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post #76 of 186
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Originally Posted by kronik View Post
Ditto. That was the first shoe I checked for.. of course.. no discount.

I pulled the trigger on those a couple of days back, so what I read above was not good news until I checked the price just now, marked down $0.05 . . .
post #77 of 186
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Originally Posted by Leaveitothexperts View Post
I pulled the trigger on those a couple of days back, so what I read above was not good news until I checked the price just now, marked down $0.05 . . .

Betcha that's the first time you were ever pleased that a price did NOT go down
post #78 of 186
Anyone notice how fast the 10.5s went? People know about this place.
post #79 of 186
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post
Betcha that's the first time you were ever pleased that a price did NOT go down

not the best way to think of it, but yeah

I bet they'll drop it 30 days after the "last" purchase to minimize returns . . .
post #80 of 186
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Originally Posted by Leaveitothexperts View Post
not the best way to think of it, but yeah

I bet they'll drop it 30 days after the "last" purchase to minimize returns . . .

Probably right. Still, I had the same thought as you initially, but then again, I wouldn't have bought them myself if they weren't worth the price to me, so I won't have too many regrets. Also, the most popular sizes (kind of like the 40-42R in the suit world are always sold out first, leaving the equivalent of the 36S at the sale price anyway.
post #81 of 186
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post
Probably right. Still, I had the same thought as you initially, but then again, I wouldn't have bought them myself if they weren't worth the price to me, so I won't have too many regrets. Also, the most popular sizes (kind of like the 40-42R in the suit world are always sold out first, leaving the equivalent of the 36S at the sale price anyway.

True. In my mind that is exactly what I tried to imply with "last", instead of having to explain more . . . . .

As a matter of fact, if the shoes fit fine, they'll probably be keepers; there won't be regrets spending $350 on PS MPs
post #82 of 186
Bought the Timothy. It is still a good price at $350.

Especially since I have paid full price for PS Grensons.

Plus, who knows what will be left if and when they lower the price?

Service was great !!
post #83 of 186
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Originally Posted by dr.no View Post
Panzeraxe, can you tell us the last # for these? Does it run true to size?

Sorry - I don't know the last, but the shoes do run true to size.
post #84 of 186
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
That sealed the deal for me. I pulled the trigger on these:

http://www.benniesshoes.com/pics/pro...8130-2359f.jpg

Shoes arrived this evening. They are a sight to behold:

post #85 of 186
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
Shoes arrived this evening. They are a sight to behold:


Nice twist on suede meets leather which is unusual in itself
post #86 of 186
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post
Sorry Doc, I take an 11 1/2 in these (normally a 10 1/2 to 11 so these run a little small), so didn't notice the 9s. They had the shoes I bought in black also, and they had a nice loafer, also in black, but they were very close in styling to (believe it or not) a pair of Prada shoes I have, so I passed. They also had some very nice ankle height chukkas, black and brown, in a pebbled leather, but I passed also. Was still very surprised at the abundance of bicycle toes; they didn't seem to scream Paul Stuart to me.


I am usually a USA 10.5/11E would I get away with that size or do I need the 11.5D?
post #87 of 186
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Originally Posted by meister View Post
I am usually a USA 10.5/11E would I get away with that size or do I need the 11.5D?

My advice would be to go 1/2 size up. I have never taken anything larger than an 11 until this shoe, which I had to go 11 1/2 in, and I probably have over 50 pairs of shoes if that tells you anything.
post #88 of 186
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
Shoes arrived this evening. They are a sight to behold
Got mine yesterday. They do look nice IRL.
post #89 of 186
Prices have gone down again (not all styles)!!!
post #90 of 186
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Originally Posted by Shoegal View Post
Prices have gone down again (not all styles)!!!

Will the Timothy ever get marked down further?
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