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Do you have any idea what the prices are like for both? 

post #3602 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Eric Michael View Post

Not sure if this has been discusses in the thread recently but what do people think of Woolridge Shoes in Commerce Court? 
I recently stopped in- the owner seemed very nice and knowledgeable.

Is this the little store in the PATH between CCW and Scotia Plaza? I walked by a few times but always in a hurry. Would love to hear people's experience....
post #3603 of 4449
Nice shop and the guy seams very nice. Very British selection in terms of aesthetics, so not my cup of coffee.
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Do they carry Loake and Cheaney only? Apparently Loake 1880 line and "Joseph Cheaney" line are pretty great bang for the buck, according to 9 dozen various threads..
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Amazing guy and great offerings for Loake and Cheaney.

Agreed that the owner knows his stuff, but the shoes are way way over priced.

Problem now is, Loake won't allow UK stores to ship to Canada. So you're either paying his price or looking elsewhere.
post #3606 of 4449
Robinson's shoes still ships to Canada I think.
post #3607 of 4449
Hey @othertravel - anything going on at the Rosen outlet? Thinking of heading out there tomorrow.
post #3608 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Eric Michael View Post
 

Not sure if this has been discusses in the thread recently but what do people think of Woolridge Shoes in Commerce Court? 

I recently stopped in- the owner seemed very nice and knowledgeable.

Had the pleasure to chat with him as well. Awesome guy with much knowledge about the industry. I love his offerings of Cheaney.

post #3609 of 4449

Quick PSA gents.  J Fitzpatrick summer sale on final markdowns.  

 

Shoes are of very nice quality and finish.  Standard fitting lasts.

 

Landed duty in/CAD looking between 425-500 for most models.

 

 

Exchange rate on the pound is great right now.  1.69

 

 

http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/sale

post #3610 of 4449

^^ This.

Last year I bought JFP navy suede oxfords and was more then happy. Today just took Madison burgundy suede loafers. Discount + GBP/CAD makes it a great deal.

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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

Quick PSA gents.  J Fitzpatrick summer sale on final markdowns.  

Shoes are of very nice quality and finish.  Standard fitting lasts.

Landed duty in/CAD looking between 425-500 for most models.


Exchange rate on the pound is great right now.  1.69


http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/sale

thank you, Brexit
post #3612 of 4449
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post
 

^^ This.

Last year I bought JFP navy suede oxfords and was more then happy. Today just took Madison burgundy suede loafers. Discount + GBP/CAD makes it a great deal.

 

Considering the Brown Museum Loafer now.  I have an MTO on order with him due in the fall. 

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Considering the Brown Museum Loafer now.  I have an MTO on order with him due in the fall. 

Question. Do you plan to wear them with suit or just casually? I ask because I somehow cannot get myself to wear any other loafer then suede. And then, even if it is with sport coat and pants, it is more casual, ie no tie, no socks etc :-0
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Oh no, I prefer suede in almost everything to be honest...   

 

I never wear suits, more of a jacket/trouser guy but not frequent.   Work is very casual, chinos and a shirt is fine.  Can wear any footwear, trainers included.

 

 

Go for the suede, I just have a few holes I need to fill that isn't burgundy or navy suede.  Although Navy suede is actually pretty versatile.  

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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

Oh no, I prefer suede in almost everything to be honest...   

I never wear suits, more of a jacket/trouser guy but not frequent.   Work is very casual, chinos and a shirt is fine.  Can wear any footwear, trainers included.


Go for the suede, I just have a few holes I need to fill that isn't burgundy or navy suede.  Although Navy suede is actually pretty versatile.  

Yup. Burgundy suede Madison on its way.
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