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How do butteros fit in terms of width? Narrow, wide? Do they use more than one last for their boots?
post #4877 of 5233
Size down .5 - 1.
post #4878 of 5233
I got that. But I'm wondering are they a narrow width, wide, what?
post #4879 of 5233
Strike me as regular width. I have derbies, with others YMMV.
post #4880 of 5233
where to get something like these visvim in black?

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Edited by brokeassp - 12/3/12 at 10:22am
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Hello, In the past I been using C&J boots for the look and quality reasons. Then I tried Timberland bot company looking for an urban look, and the TBC quality is very good as well. Now I am looking for a more refined urban boot, looking at the forum I have discover the following brands that I like.

Could you please tell me what the quality is like according to the price? or it its only paying for brand and design plus some average quality

Buttero
N.D.C.
Moma
Fiorentini + barker


Cheers
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Of the brands you listed, you can probably get the MOMAs for the cheapest on yoox. I got my pair for sub $200 last year. I've never seen Buttero or Fiorentini and Baker before, but the MOMAs seemed to be of comparable quality to the N.D.C.s I have seen in person.
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Originally Posted by maltess View Post

Hello, In the past I been using C&J boots for the look and quality reasons. Then I tried Timberland bot company looking for an urban look, and the TBC quality is very good as well. Now I am looking for a more refined urban boot, looking at the forum I have discover the following brands that I like.
Could you please tell me what the quality is like according to the price? or it its only paying for brand and design plus some average quality
Buttero
N.D.C.
Moma
Fiorentini + barker
Cheers

i like buttero best, f&b is not bad but i feel like they are overpriced, moma i hear good things about but no experience, ndc i never heard anything good

cyc wid it is dead on
post #4886 of 5233
Thanks, so Buttero and Moma are the best choices in terms of quality.

Yesterday I looked again in the forum, and found there is a thread about NDC, the consensous seemed to be that is a good quality brand
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ndc is fantastic in that price range. sinned doesn't know what he's talking about.
post #4888 of 5233
Thanks, what do you think of buttero in terms of quality? Any idea about Raparo and Doucal´s? the seem to have good prices for Raparo at Yoox
Edited by maltess - 12/3/12 at 5:02am
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

ndc is fantastic in that price range. sinned doesn't know what he's talking about.

+1. I have 2 pairs that are >3 years old and the quality is great.
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Anyone tried on or seen the Red Wing 9029 in person? How do they fit compared to other red wings?
Trying to decide between the black and the cigar color.




Edited by FlyingLotus - 12/3/12 at 8:20pm
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