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Official Events and PSA thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mafoofan, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. dieworkwear

    dieworkwear Well-Known Member

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    I don't know who makes the Anthony line, but they're not rebranded shoes.
     
  2. Joenobody0

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    Cheap are c&j, expensive are in house made last I checked.
     
  3. ThinkDerm

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    this is actually one of menswear's great mysteries, to my understanding they are outsourced, supposedly also to c&j
     
  4. razl

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    For those who weren't aware, Mr. Porter has recently started their first go 'round of sale.
     
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  7. chogall

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    Does OEM count as rebranded?

    They use outworkers for their bespoke shoes and you believe that they will have enough manpower to make RTW in house?
     
  8. shoefan

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    The Cleverley folks are misleading about the manufacture of all of their shoes, IMO. I recall them being reluctant to admit their RTW are actually made by others (C&J). Even their bespoke shoes they talk about their 'workshop' somewhere like Wales. They use one or more outworker(s) there. They make it sound like they have an actual production facility there. They claim their Anthony line are made to the same standards as their bespoke. I for one am skeptical. Would love to see a tear-down of an Anthony shoe.
     
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    No joke, that's a great deal. I already restocked my nonstick's about 6months back otherwise I'd be all over this.
     
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    Herring Shoes has Church Sahara Desert Boots with dark edged crepe soles for 1/2 price, delivered to the US they are roughly $180, so no duty charges. Colors are dark brown, navy and mud. I have them in navy and hematite with Dainite soles, mud with regular crepe soles and a pair of the dark brown coming from this sale. Great boots: very comfortable and good looking.

    Link: http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/produ...&catid=47&oldcolid=2036&stype=0&colourid=2948
     
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  12. razl

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    fyi: my local Cooch rep let me know they are starting the additional 50% off their 2014 Spring/Summer collection this weekend. See my prev post below for how it works, I'm happy to put you in touch.

    For anyone who got the contact info from me before, it's still the same.

     
  13. brianoh

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    I love discount coochie. Year end fire sale BOGO, feel me?
     
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    You find some BOGO cooch you let me know; I'll break the piggy bank yo.
     
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  15. jreigen

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    Leffot just did further drops in their online sale.
     
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    From Ron's website, Jacksons are on the 97 last, which are TTS.

    P.S. There are some Jacksons (along with others) listed on his site for $225. Not many sizes left though.
     
  20. razl

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    Yep, TTS with that last is my experience too. Plus, I have some of his other boots as well on other lasts and his last info here has proven to be accurate with all of them for me. Note that he and I are 10.5, although my right foot is a touch wider than standard.
     

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