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post #361 of 611
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Originally Posted by norcaltransplant View Post
Stuart Choice shoes havent been made by Edward Green for at least 6-7 years, I'm guessing it's closer to 10.

It's around 10.
post #362 of 611
This sale got a big "MEH" from me. Three years ago was much better. Some nice stuff, but not as large a selection as before, and certainly not as much high end stuff.
post #363 of 611
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Originally Posted by PhiloVance View Post
I think I was in line behind Norcal and another forumite . . . I had on the EG Barksdales in Edwardian antique . . .
Too bad I didn't know that was you. Norcal and I noticed your Barksdales, nice! Next time we can properly meet.
post #364 of 611
Was norcal in the knit tie and double monks? That chap was very stylish.
post #365 of 611
That was Chorse, I was the relaxed looking Asian guy in the blue sweater vest, jeans, and Tod's drivers. It's called my "nerdy" shopper look.
post #366 of 611
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
This sale got a big "MEH" from me. Three years ago was much better. Some nice stuff, but not as large a selection as before, and certainly not as much high end stuff.

In my opinion, the problem is that they waited only two years. Now that Soiffer-Haskin has this dedicated location, they have more motivation to throw a sale whenever possible. Most of the sales at the new place have been less than stellar, though I did well at Hickey Freeman.

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Was norcal in the knit tie and double monks? That chap was very stylish.

Thank you. That was me.
post #367 of 611
I'm dropping by around 1-1:30 to try to pick up something for a forum member. $250 for the SC's is a bit steep, or maybe I've just become incredibly cheap given ebay, this forum and the great local bragain shopping.
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post #369 of 611
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Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II View Post
As of two weeks ago, Bergdorf was selling a very similar looking pair by Vass for $599. Sizes 8.5 and 9.5 only.
post #370 of 611
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post
As of two weeks ago, Bergdorf was selling a very similar looking pair by Vass for $599. Sizes 8.5 and 9.5 only.


Are you sure? I practically live at the BG shoe dept and I never saw a Vass that even remotely resembled that shoe. The only $599 Vass of the last few months were the monk, calf captoe, a horrible boot and a suede/calf captoe.
post #371 of 611
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Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II View Post

I'm pretty sure I saw at least one pair of this style shoe in the size 10 and 10.5 section.
post #372 of 611
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Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II View Post
No, at least not as far as I saw. They had the half calf half suede version that Bennies had a while back. A plain toe, with a stitching that recalled (I think) the Stowe in the old Masterpiece line. They were pretty sweet. I can't recall if the suede covered the whole heel.
post #373 of 611
posted this in the sale section by accident:

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just got back from the sale - was able to get a pair of grenson cap toes for $250 (retail 679) & shoes trees for $15 (retail $45). was hoping to get a suit but they had nothing in a 36r. overall am happy with the shoes, but was hoping to get more. i was actually expecting more merchandise, it seemed kidn of light for a frist day - are they holding anything back?

i thought the sale was ok but i really wanted a suit and they had nothing in a 36r, and i passed up a couple suits at the barneys sale...oh well, live and learn

and i should have bought more shoe trees.......stupid mistake
post #374 of 611
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
No, at least not as far as I saw. They had the half calf half suede version that Bennies had a while back. A plain toe, with a stitching that recalled (I think) the Stowe in the old Masterpiece line.

They were pretty sweet. I can't recall if the suede covered the whole heet.

Yes, I picked up a pair of these. They are called the Robinson (half leather/suede) and if "heet" refers to the area below the stitching that runs parallel to the laces and then on to the back of the shoe - then yes, it does cover the whole heet.
post #375 of 611
I meant heel. Good job on inventing a location for the heet, though. I think I should start using that.
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