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Unpopular good value shoes brand

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by CloudLi, Sep 30, 2016.

  1. CloudLi

    CloudLi Well-Known Member

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    I joined in the forum only couple month but I spent a lot of time to do my research. I thought I already knew everything a starter need to know about good value.
    Until I started to learn about quality shoes brands, I found out that many brands were unpopular on this forum and the information about them are limited. For example, not much information about Sutor Mantallassi.

    Most importantly, I read in the classic menswear section, Yanko shoes are on par with Carmina while cheaper!

    Are there other good value shoes brands that are not commonly mentioned on this forum but represent decent quality price ratio?
     
  2. CloudLi

    CloudLi Well-Known Member

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    Or are there shoes with similar price decent quality?
     
  3. maxnharry

    maxnharry Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if you're talking store or eBay. On eBay, Brooks Brothers and Paul Stuart English-made shoes are usually undervalued. You can read more hear about who the makers are, but you can easily find C&J or Grenson Masterpiece shoes hiding under the BB/PS brand for much less.
     

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