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Grant Stone Longwings vs Florsheim Kenmoors - which would you pick?

barnstormer

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I've never seen any of the contemporary Florsheim Imperials, but the Grant Stones are almost certainly of much better quality. The overall quality of workmanship and materials on GS shoes is very, very high for the price.
 

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I've never seen any of the contemporary Florsheim Imperials, but the Grant Stones are almost certainly of much better quality. The overall quality of workmanship and materials on GS shoes is very, very high for the price.
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If this was a vintage pair, florsheim all the way. If you don't mind they're made in China, I'd go with Grant Stone in contemporary times.
 

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