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Handmade Shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by piergiacomi, Jan 27, 2011.

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  1. JapanAlex01

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    how much would they be and we get 30% off?
     
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    Hi tony, the price for this model is 420 € Ex-Vat. This is a simple handmade goodyear. 30% Discount about 120 € final price -> 300€.
     
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    *ejaculates
    How much would this pair be with the discount? **edit** ha ha, I don't want the ejaculate pair, I want the suede pair quoted by JapanAlex Also, do you have any double buckle monks? Would you be willing to build a pair? Those are the two pairs I'd be interested in trying
     
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    I'm sorry but I found my buyer test, I wait his replies. If the test result ok, we open our e-commerce, and there is a special price for style forum member. Just for curiosity how much handmade Bentivegna construction in US?
    For double monk, is not in catalog, but we realize on request.
     
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    Hi tony, the price for this model is 420 € Ex-Vat. This is a simple handmade goodyear. 30% Discount about 120 € final price -> 300€.

    sweet!
     
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    do you plan to have any chukka or boots in your immediate future line up in general?
     
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    Yes, we plan to build prototypes of the next month, post your ideas...

    Thanks
     
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    2 eye plaintoe blucher? Seem to be surprisingly rare these days.
     
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    2 eye plaintoe blucher? Seem to be surprisingly rare these days.

    What is blucher?
    I don't understand can you explain?
    Emanuel
     
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    What is the cost associated with ART. 3011 and 3012?
     
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    What is blucher?
    I don't understand can you explain?
    Emanuel


    "Blucher" is the same as "derby". As opposed to "oxford" or "balmoral".
     
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    any chance you'd make loafers as well?
     
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    any chance you'd make loafers as well?
    If "Loafers" is "Mocassino", we have many requests, but unfortunately we have not time to develop a moccasino construction. Mocassino is a good construction, and we can do it, but not now.

    Sorry. [​IMG]
     
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    If "Loafers" is "Mocassino", we have many requests, but unfortunately we have not time to develop a moccasino construction. Mocassino is a good construction, and we can do it, but not now.

    Sorry. [​IMG]


    Loafers being like this:

    Is it not similar?

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
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    Ok, I understand now.
    Is not a "Mocassino", but a model. This model we will soon be realized, with goodyear construction, we had already started three model.
     
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    [​IMG]
    My immediate reaction was also dislike, but I'm finding them more attractive each time I see them.
     
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    My immediate reaction was also dislike, but I'm finding them more attractive each time I see them.

    Our first US buyer (test buyer), choose this model.
    I think, the problem is color.
     
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    i would wear these shoes. they look high quality, a bit gaudy ,yes, somewhere along the lines of borgioli and martegani. but much better made.

    Really?
     

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