anyone know the make of these seize sur vingt shoe

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gracian, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. gracian

    gracian Senior member

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    sanmateo Well-Known Member

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    don't know if you're still looking for the information, but I just stopped the store the other day and it's Bonora.
     


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    Oh, thanks. Didn't think I would get an answer.
     


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    Happy to help. For what it's worth, I liked those Alfred Sargents they have a lot more. Channelled soles, goodyear welting, half the price.
     


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    If you like the look of the Bonora's, I suggest calling Wilkes and check when their sale starts and if they have any Bonora's on sale. IMMSC, W-B had a nice selection of shoes by that particular maker and priced about 10-20% cheaper than 16of20. I also suggest stopping by Bergdorf-Goodman if you're in the New York area and investigate the Peluso's and Mantellassi's on sale. Similar in construction, a mix of Goodyear and Blake, discounted to $300-499, in a handful of conservative styles (as of 12-30-04).
     


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