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Shoes: Lanvin, Pinet, Harris, Canali, Alden shell, Armani lizard, A-E sz 7-13

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by mat135ta, Sep 28, 2011.

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  1. mat135ta

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    [COLOR=FF00AA]Everything available for trade From now on, I will include two additional pairs of shoe laces of the buyer's choice. Please refer to my laces thread in my signature. [/COLOR]

    F. Pinet London, tuxedo loafers, handmade in Italy. Marked as UK6, but fit like US 7 to 7.5. Fabric upper and leather inner lining and outsoles. F. Pinet is a high-end shoes store on New Bond Street, London. These shoes are certainly among the best Italy shoes one can find. These may be bespoke, but I am not sure.

    Price: $110 shipped CONUS

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    F. Pinet London, black loafers, handmade in Italy. Marked as UK6, but fit like US 7 to 7.5. I am not sure what the "M" logo mean, maybe an indication of bespoke? There is lizard leather touch-up around the "M" logo. F. Pinet is a high-end shoes store on New Bond Street, London. These shoes are certainly among the best Italy shoes one can find. These may be bespoke, but I am not sure.

    Price: $110 shipped CONUS

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    F. Pinet London, grey tassle loafers, hand made in Italy. Marked as UK6, but fit like US 6.5 to 7.5. The captoes are made from authentic alligator leather, and are greenish. Very unique design. Almost brand new, at most wear once or twice. F. Pinet is a high-end shoes store on New Bond Street, London. These shoes are certainly among the best Italy shoes one can find. These may be bespoke, but I am not sure.

    Price: $160 shipped CONUS

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    Lanvin Paris, US 8 M, made in Italy. Very lightly worn, perfect condition. Length of outsole: 10.7" Width of outsole: 3.5"

    Price: $120 > $110 > Last Drop $100 shipped CONUS

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    Alden black shell loafers, marked 10.5 C/E. Very good condition.

    Price: $210 shipped CONUS

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    Alden split toe bluchers, marked 11 A/C.

    Price: $130 -> $123 shipped CONUS

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    Giorgio Armani, lizard leather, US 10.5. This is from GA's mainline (black label). The leather looks like matte finish lizard. It is not marked "authentic lizard" anywhere though, but one would not expect Armani doing so anyway. But please bear in mind that I am no expert in exotic leather. The overall condition is quite good, but need a good polish though.

    Price: $160 -> Drop to $152 shipped CONUS

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    Calzoleria Harris Norwegian stitching brown split-toes, in EU45 (equivalent to US 11.5), handmade in Italy. The maker "Harris" is not marked anywhere, but according to a very knowledgeable member, they are from a division of Harris shoes. The stitching and styling, as well as the laces with leather touch-up certainly indicate Harris shoes. The normal Harris shoes retail for $600. But these are from their high end line, featuring Norwegian stitching and spade soles, with each shoe individually signed. These retail near $1000. These shoes are almost brand new, and worn at most 5 times as one can see from the outsoles.

    Price: $230 shipped CONUS

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    Calzoleria Harris Norwegian stitching black monks, in EU45 (equivalent to US 11.5), handmade in Italy. The maker "Harris" is not marked anywhere, but according to a very knowledgeable member, they are from a division of Harris shoes. The normal Harris shoes retail for $600. But these are from their high end line, featuring Norwegian stitching and spade soles, with each shoe individually signed. These retail near $1000. These shoes are almost brand new, and worn at most 5 times as one can see from the outsoles.

    Price: $230 -> $215 shipped CONUS

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    Canali, EU45 (equivalent to US 11.5). Made in Italy. Lightly worn, good condition.

    Price: $130 -> $123 shipped CONUS

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    Allen Edmonds, 13EEE, good condition. Both laces are included.

    Price: $70 -> $65 shipped CONUS.


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