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post #46 of 60
Chris, Is there anything you can share with us regarding what you expect to be receiving in styles/material/size? Grenson sent me a catalogue this week. It would be great if Style Forum members could put in a reservation if you did know. Thanks.
post #47 of 60
Just adding another call for any information, Chris, if there is any on the new potential shipment. It would certainly affect my shoe shopping in the next few months if I knew you were getting 1000 pairs of Grensons, as I'm sure it would for other members as well.
post #48 of 60
Are people voting, which is moving this back up on the new posts? Confusing. But since it's there. Is the deal kaput?
post #49 of 60
Grensons are certainly worth $250+. AEs are about that much retail. -boston
post #50 of 60
I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
post #51 of 60
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I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Did you say chocolate monks?  I have a pair of C&J Saviles UK 10.5E.  Never worn.  $395 and they're yours.  
post #52 of 60
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(Tokyo Slim @ June 30 2005,18:03) I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Did you say chocolate monks? I have a pair of C&J Saviles UK 10.5E. Never worn. $395 and they're yours.
Heh... you put a decimal point in between two of those numbers there pal, and you've got yourself a deal.
post #53 of 60
1.05E ?.
post #54 of 60
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I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Where and which EG's did you buy for $35?
post #55 of 60
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I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Chocolate monkstrap shoes are not functional. They will melt off your feet. Try them in suede or leather.
post #56 of 60
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(Tokyo Slim @ June 30 2005,18:03) I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Chocolate monkstrap shoes are not functional.  They will melt off your feet.  Try them in suede or leather.
Look to your left. Satan.
post #57 of 60
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(johnapril @ July 01 2005,08:38)
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim,June 30 2005,18:03
I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Chocolate monkstrap shoes are not functional.  They will melt off your feet.  Try them in suede or leather.
Look to your left.  Satan.
Look to your left. Um....?
post #58 of 60
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(RJMan @ July 01 2005,09:02)
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Originally Posted by johnapril,July 01 2005,08:38
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim,June 30 2005,18:03
I can't see spending $140 more than I paid for my Edward Green's. ($35) Although I am looking for a pair of chocolate monkstraps or an oxblood or burgandy wingtip... so who knows... if I can get something that fits me superbly.
Chocolate monkstrap shoes are not functional. They will melt off your feet. Try them in suede or leather.
Look to your left. Satan.
Look to your left. Um....?
Look to your left, WHEATGRASS.
post #59 of 60
So the Grenson were just a joke?
post #60 of 60
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Just took advantage of my usually accursed small feet: 3 pair of newly listed Grenson Masterpiece for $125.00 each. In 7.5 D, they are c) brown cap-toe lace-up, f) brown side-tying number, j) black chelsea.
lt's funny you know Andrew, l know those shoes didn't fit you because l bougt them off Chris a short time after. l am so glad they didn't fit you. That black chelsea boot fits me very well and is the best quality leather of all the masterpieces l have. A general note: grensons (with the exeption of the chelsea boot) are not the best fitting shoes l have. l probably would be willing to pay up to $250 for more grensons but no more.
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