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Brown Double Monks $300- $400 range

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ramze, Sep 13, 2012.

  1. ramze

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  2. ramze

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    Thanks. I came across that article a few weeks ago in my search. Any opinion on the 3 I listed?
     


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    None of the above -- meermin = best value.
     


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    +1 on the Meermin. It's approx. $200. Another shoe to consider in your price range is Howard Yount's - I have this in suede.

    If you have another $80 look at Paul Stuart.

    $550 - $600 takes you to Carmina calf, C&J and Alfred Sargent. I presently have the AS Ramsey, but intend to replace it with the Carmina shell monk.

    BTW, you linked to the Grenson twice. Of these 3 you linked I'd go w/ AE. I don't like the medallion on the Grenson and I've never handled a To Boot shoe. What I've read of To Boot isn't complimentary.
     
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