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The Official Artisanal "streetwear" footwear (boots, shoes, sandals) thread (Guidi, CCP, Augusta, M.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eckblk, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. eckblk

    eckblk Well-Known Member

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    I didn't get anything- I've been mulling over ordering a self edge blazer but all the fabrics I want are sold out. Yes, handwash cold with woollite dark.
     
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    Oh I am sorry. When you said "just special order it" I thought you said " 'just special ordered it."

    I think it would be easy to dye guidi boots. Especially brown to black.
     
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    I second this. I was thinking 995 at first and actually love the height of the 991 more.
     
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    Anyone got a source on where to find some black m.a+ back zips in 44?
     
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    Could've sworn I checked hostem last night. Well, regardless, their prices are out and out robbery. I should specificy: Does anyone have a source that isn't a UK or US store charging an extra 50% on top of Euro retail.

    Sorry about that.
     
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    eckblk Well-Known Member

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    Did you check PnP? Out of curiosity, what do you consider euro retail?
     
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    I've emailed Luigi over there and am waiting on a response.

    Euro retail tends to be around €1,300 without VAT deduction.
     
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    eckblk Well-Known Member

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    Luigi is not there anymore; hopefully Marco will get the email.

    PnP's price shipped to the USA with VAT discounted is 1284eu.

    Where are m.a+ backzips listed at 1300eu before VAT deduction?
     
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    Ah, I've only dealt with Luigi in the past. A shame he's gone.

    Not too sure where you'd find em at that price. Just past m.a+ buying experiences from EU stores. You gotta admit that €1,284 shipped is still a hell of a deal compared to the UK, US, and AUS stores. Hostem don't even take off VAT. :mad:
     
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    I believe Luigi is with Marsell now.

    1284eu is a great deal. I'd check with Pita at INK too. I just ordered some backzips in reverse horse from him last week.
     
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    Why must those MA+ look so pretty and look so bad on my feet
     
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    Forgot about ol' Ink. I'll try with Pita too.

    Eck: Please post pictures of your collection. It's gotta be epic. I want to warm myself by its fierce inner fire.
     
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    It's really not that epic, not as big as it used to be. I have stuff in storage I haven't seen in a year or so :rotflmao:- I'm slowly reducing it, down to a coulpe of hg's & gems.

    The clothing by these designers is really what I'm enjoying these days.
     
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    If i'm 44, what size in Julius should i take 3 or 4?
     
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    misread
     
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    eckblk Well-Known Member

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    New IS by IS- already sold out at Fascinate : (

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    New Layer-0 @ PnP. Cordovan in Petrol

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  19. uzairh

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    /\ That IS is such a beautiful boot; no surprise it sold out in a couple of weeks.
     
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    Did it just a few weeks ago on a brown pair. Had them dyed black and it took just fine. The only thing I have noticed is some residual dye that comes off when rubbing them but nothing major and should go away after time.
     
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