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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
it's a shame, though.
no they are no more expensive than the regular GGs!
Tradition being lost.
really?? i thort they were a good bit more, even more so in bespoke?
No I double checked and at the time of the order they were only £95
sounds like a promotion. directly through g&g?
no it was the old time pricing on Bespoke-england. I think they have increased it to £120 now
here ya go. promotional price. no worries, no offense.
enjoy them. they are wonderful.
+1. great looking shoes
but srs i think i wanna buy those trees even tho i have no boots.
LOL, I'm tempted to buy those trees and stick them in my Alden boots.
Yes I am actually thinking of a mole suede version of the oxford w/ micro for next autumn, would be awesome! My brother have a canterbury in the pipeline w/ micro as well so I will check them out when they come
Spring loaded trees are easier to fit in other types of shoes, but 3 piece boot trees will not fit easily.
Good to know. Still would love to give it a try, maybe I better get a pair of Canterburys or Wigmores sometime.
Boot trees are for G&G bespoke clients only. I don't know if Nick might have purchased from G&G before this policy was set though. Or he has his own boot tree supplier.
well now that you mention it, it does say Bespoke England on the trees and not GG, my bad
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