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post #451 of 611
trying really hard to remeber, I think there was a black monk strap left in that size also, and vaguely remeber one pair of those half suede whole cut , and some white loafters (which was not bad, could be worn with lighter color suits).
This was as of 6pm today. Whole bunch of size 13 left, nice selection of size 13s, a lot lofters , one black captoe (the one you were selling in BS forum) and some others. So size 13 peeps should make a run in my opinion.
post #452 of 611
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I picked up a pair of black monk strap for 99 , got to say though, never own a Greson before, the lether seems a bit plasticly, not as nice as I expected.
Also, does anyone know who make the sport jacket? is it Sammy? Had my eye on couple, thinking going back tommorrow, it may drop to 100 bucks.

what was original retail of the monks?
post #453 of 611
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I picked up a pair of black monk strap for 99 , got to say though, never own a Greson before, the lether seems a bit plasticly, not as nice as I expected.

Plasticky??
post #454 of 611
Didn't see those, but saw some rounded toe tan monks which retailed for $385. Pretty nice, but I'll wait till tomorrow. I managed to do very very very well. Not sure if I can keep all of them, but I don't need to buy shoes for a while.

post #455 of 611
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Didn't see those, but saw some rounded toe tan monks which retailed for $385. Pretty nice, but I'll wait till tomorrow. I managed to do very very very well. Not sure if I can keep all of them, but I don't need to buy shoes for a while.


Full disclosure damnit!!!!!
post #456 of 611
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Plasticky??

you know what I mean bro, not as soft of leather as I expected.
the blue retail label under the shoes is 625, and its Stewart's Choice.
I am just saying it feels more close to the Tywritt black shoes than EG ones, but again, I am no expert
post #457 of 611
Were there any more shell cordovan models left (in 10.5)? Monkstraps, captoes, or chukkas in 10.5? Price? Edit: was there much stock of lightweight wool trousers in 32? I'm really jealous of you guys in NYC, and your offers to pick up stuff for us poor guys far away is extremely generous.
post #458 of 611
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Didn't see those, but saw some rounded toe tan monks which retailed for $385. Pretty nice, but I'll wait till tomorrow. I managed to do very very very well. Not sure if I can keep all of them, but I don't need to buy shoes for a while.


were you there today around 6ish man? with blue window pain blazer and talking to an Asain dude while he was waiting online?
post #459 of 611
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Full disclosure damnit!!!!!
In due time! Wait till tomorrow and we'll see. I haven't even had a chance to sort them. I think I bought double of the brown monks.
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Were there any more shell cordovan models left (in 10.5)? Monkstraps, captoes, or chukkas in 10.5?
I didn't see a single shell pair. I would have bought them. Very little in 10.5, I'm afraid.
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were you there today around 6ish man? with blue window pain blazer and talking to an Asain dude while he was waiting online?
That was me, chatting with poorsod.
post #460 of 611
nice outfit chorse, I was the Asain dude standing behind you guys
post #461 of 611
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you know what I mean bro, not as soft of leather as I expected.

I just find it hard to imagine. I've owned three pairs of these, and none has looked remotely plasticky.
post #462 of 611
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Didn't see those, but saw some rounded toe tan monks which retailed for $385. Pretty nice, but I'll wait till tomorrow. I managed to do very very very well. Not sure if I can keep all of them, but I don't need to buy shoes for a while.


I knew you couldn't resist!! Killer prices no doubt.
post #463 of 611
The leather on my Grensons run nearly neck and neck with my EGs.
post #464 of 611
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IIRC last time at least one reduction was taken during the day. I remember I walked in around 4 pm as they were putting up new price signs. So you may to check for further discount during the day.

My prediction's correct. When I got there about 3:15 the SC/Grenson MP were already marked down to $99. I picked a pair of wholecut and a pair calf/suede plain toe called Robinson (similar design to JL 2004). The last round of mark down will probably around lunch time.

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I picked up a pair of black monk strap for 99 , got to say though, never own a Greson before, the lether seems a bit plasticly, not as nice as I expected.

I think I know what you mean. The leather kinda stiff and dried out, finish dull. I speculate they spent too much time in an overheated warehouse during a summer heatwave. Just apply leather conditioner and polish it a little will restore its former lusciousness.
post #465 of 611
Someone here should buy out all the good shoes at that price and post them for a bit of a premium.
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