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Canali Shoes?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by lockey2k, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. lockey2k

    lockey2k Senior Member

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    Found some canali shoes at DSW for about $180. Are they worth the purchase?

    Thanks in advance.

    Lockey2k
     


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    lockey2k Senior Member

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    No love for the Canali's? [​IMG]
     


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    chorse123 Stylish Dinosaur

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    I've seen them at DSW as well. They seemed to have two lines which DSW priced the same. The first was lighter and did not seem to be as well made. Not a bad shoe for the price, if you like the style. The shoes didn't flatter my feet when I tried them on, and the sizing seemed totally off. The second line was much better, with beautiful soles and a nice sturdy feel to them. I would have bought those, but they didn't have my size, and the pair I found had a bicycle front, something I have yet to appreciate.
     


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    I've seen them at DSW as well. They seemed to have two lines which DSW priced the same. The first was lighter and did not seem to be as well made. Not a bad shoe for the price, if you like the style. The shoes didn't flatter my feet when I tried them on, and the sizing seemed totally off. The second line was much better, with beautiful soles and a nice sturdy feel to them. I would have bought those, but they didn't have my size, and the pair I found had a bicycle front, something I have yet to appreciate.

    I found two pairs I like but the comfort was a bit stiff. Are Canali shoes that just need to be "broken in" or do they remain uncomfortable? [​IMG]
     


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