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post #26971 of 33297
Hello

I recently purchased these boots at a thrift store and would like to see if someone knows who the maker is.


Thank you
post #26972 of 33297
Here's other pics
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I believe its alligator belly and the sole says "super prime"


Any help would be appreciated. Thank u
post #26975 of 33297
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Originally Posted by Miracleco916 View Post

I believe its alligator belly and the sole says "super prime"


Any help would be appreciated. Thank u

Alligator tail more likely. And almost certainly a factory boot made across the border.

The "superprime" is a generic stamp that is put on cut soles.
post #26976 of 33297
Thank you


Is their any chance of identification of the maker?
post #26977 of 33297
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Originally Posted by Miracleco916 View Post

Thank you


Is their any chance of identification of the maker?

In the sense that it's factory made and made across the border, it's not only hard to know, it doesn't make any difference. It's surely some small outfit that no one has heard of and which may actually be making boots to be marketed under another name.
post #26978 of 33297
Appreciate it


Thank you

I was just confused by the 28.5 size on inside. I thought that was an European thing.
post #26979 of 33297

Cotton, linen or wool tan suit for summer wedding. If I go cotton or linen will I ever wear it again.

post #26980 of 33297
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Originally Posted by JSDNJ View Post

Cotton, linen or wool tan suit for summer wedding. If I go cotton or linen will I ever wear it again.

Absolutely yes! I live in Los Angeles, where the dressing culture is casual. I wear cotton and linen jackets and suits much more often than wool. Cotton is perfect for a casual night out, be it theatre or expensive restaurant. Just make sure the suit fits well in the shoulders when you buys it and take it to a good tailor to shorten the sleeves, trousers and trim the waist.
post #26981 of 33297
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Originally Posted by RPM1 View Post
 

Need to decide on which satchel or briefcase to choose, and having a hard time deciding between these two:

 

 

 

 

 

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Both are similar sized, and the one below is bridle leather.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

 

Edit:

 

I don't like the first one, it is too shiny for me. The second one, I am not too sure about either now.

Very nice ...

post #26982 of 33297

I may at some point be in the market for a pair of Oxford medium brown suede shoes (Balmoral—i.e., closed throat; God this American English/British English thing is annoying, isn't it?). 

 

Anyone know of any that can be gotten for <= $200 USD that you would recommend?

 

Thanks.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Has anyone every bought from this seller?

Is this a legit Corneliani suit? The roll isn't as pronounced as I thought it'd be for a fully canvassed garment(I assume this should be at least a 3roll2.5).

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1500-00-NOW-399-99-Corneliani-Medium-Charcoal-Grey-Suit-42L-/281289141576?var=&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:1123

post #26984 of 33297
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Originally Posted by forbritisheyes View Post

Has anyone every bought from this seller?
Is this a legit Corneliani suit? The roll isn't as pronounced as I thought it'd be for a fully canvassed garment(I assume this should be at least a 3roll2.5).

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1500-00-NOW-399-99-Corneliani-Medium-Charcoal-Grey-Suit-42L-/281289141576?var=&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:1123

Looks legit, but the price is not the best you can get.
post #26985 of 33297
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Originally Posted by Academic2 View Post

I may at some point be in the market for a pair of Oxford medium brown suede shoes (Balmoral—i.e., closed throat; God this American English/British English thing is annoying, isn't it?). 

Anyone know of any that can be gotten for <= $200 USD that you would recommend?

No personal experience with them, but these Herrings (by Loake, but not UK made) look pretty nice for under $200:
http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=3064


Meermin has several options too: http://www.meermin.es/catalogo2.php?id=1
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