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Thom Browne Wingtips

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The most recent issue of GQ featured several wingtip styles, including a black pebble-grain by Thom Browne. After unsuccessful telephone calls to NM in San Francisco and Bergdorf Goodman (where, according to GQ, the shoes could be found), I found them at the Thome Browne store on Hudson Street in N.Y.C. If anyone here saw them and is interested, the store has them in black and brown pebble. The telephone number there is (212) 633-1197.
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The ones I have?
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
The ones I designed?

FTFEG
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probably the only thing you could buy in that store and not look ridiculous wearing
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FTFEG

Now even I don't know what that stands for.

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probably the only thing you could buy in that store and not look ridiculous wearing

Actually you could buy everything there and not look ridiculous wearing it.
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Now even I don't know what that stands for.



Actually you could buy everything there and not look ridiculous wearing it.

I wonder if Jeskali has been to the Thom Browne store..
post #7 of 77
what is the price of the shoes?
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Unless they've gone up my brown ones were $1290.
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Are the Thom Browne shoes the exact same as the Black Fleece ones? Made by Alden?
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Are the Thom Browne shoes the exact same as the Black Fleece ones? Made by Alden?
I think the Thom shoes are Tricker's.
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I think the Thom shoes are Tricker's.

No. The Thom shoes have a little cloth pull tab at the heel and a metal toe plate. the Trickers don't.
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No. The Thom shoes have a little cloth pull tab at the heel and a metal toe plate. the Trickers don't.


You say Thomato, I say thomato.
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Are the Thom Browne shoes the exact same as the Black Fleece ones? Made by Alden?

No, Tricker's makes Thom Browne's shoes.
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What "extras" does the Thom Browne wingtips have over the Black Fleece, to justify the $400 price difference?
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