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Cool Shoes, Paraphernalia & Desiderata - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by RJman, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. apack

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    That's good to know, and I will stop by those places next time I'm in San Francisco. However most people probably don't have access to those socks locally.

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    eBay seller snowboarder3311 has a nice selection of Marcoliani socks available for $20 ea. Normal price for these is >$30. I restricted myself to just two pairs of Merino argyles.

    I think these are something like $22 for mid calf wool and $24 for over the calf wool in stores, no? That's how much they are at Alden and The Hound Clothiers in San Francisco.
     
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    They are under $30 on the Howard Yount site too.
     
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    "will you do the Fandango?"
     
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    FTFY.
     
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    Perhaps, but he's not Spoupoker.


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    LOL!
     
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    +1

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    Are you the seller? If so, can you provide measurements?
     
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    What have Italian shoes got to do with Berluti, which is, after all, a French company?
     
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    Berluti shoes are "Made in Italy" (so it says in the shoes). Shoes made in Italy (whether for Berluti or Cole Haan) are Italian, aren't they?
     

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