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Allen Edmunds or equivalent in Hong Kong?

my_alias

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Hi guys, i'm looking to buy some decent work shoes that will do the trick for < US$200

Anyone know where I can pick these up in Hong Kong?

Cheers!
 

StrayPants

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E type shoes for < $200 in Hong Kong?!

You may want to order from the States via a factory store, even then I believe < $200 will be difficult.

You could try Tassels in Central for Allen's but then you are talking >$300. To me the Allen dress shoes seem beefier than and not as elegant as AE. Love their casual shoes.
 

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Hong Kong work/dress leather shoes are definitely overpriced and in my view substantially marked up to prey on the tourist trade.

For around US$200 and if you need to try them on, you can maybe wait till one of the Lane Crawford sales and maybe pick up one of the lesser-known Italian brands they stock. Otherwise, I second StrayPants' suggestion - buy online. The Bay has some pretty good deals on AEs.
 

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search Zee's and go custom better ROI that AE seconds
 

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