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Italian Shoes

Buckeye

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Does anybody have any pics of Peron & Peron or Ugolini bespoke shoes. I love the Lattanzi style, but I feel that Peron and Ugolini represent a better value. Their websites have beautiful shoes. Any thoughts?
 

Chris "Italia"

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Originally Posted by Buckeye
Does anybody have any pics of Peron & Peron or Ugolini bespoke shoes. I love the Lattanzi style, but I feel that Peron and Ugolini represent a better value. Their websites have beautiful shoes. Any thoughts?


Peron & Peron make a beautiful shoe; about 90-95 percent is handmade. Yet the price of it is less that of Lattanzi. (RTW)...
 

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Here is the Peron & Peron website: www.peron-e-peron.com

I Googled Peron & Peron for you and they have quite a few pics, from the website. Just do "Images" at Google and enter what you're after. I didn't try the Ugolini.
 

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A colleague uses Bruno Peron for his handmade and I can attest that they do indeed make a fine shoe.
 

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You would think that there would be more interest on the small Italian manufactures on this forum. One of the Last Magazines had a pictorial on Peron, etc. and the shoes were beautiful. It just makes sense to go to Italy, get measured and pick out the exact details that you want, for around the same money than some of the British RTW vendors are charging. Does anybody know about Il Riccio shoes? Some of the stuff looks cool.

http://web.tiscali.it/ilriccio/artic..._eng_frame.htm
 

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Wow, the Peron & Peron shoes are just beautiful! Do any of you know whether they make RTW, or is it only bespoke? Do they, perhaps, have a program like EG where you can special-order shoes without a personal fitting?
 

Chris "Italia"

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Originally Posted by Roger
Wow, the Peron & Peron shoes are just beautiful! Do any of you know whether they make RTW, or is it only bespoke? Do they, perhaps, have a program like EG where you can special-order shoes without a personal fitting?


I believe both.

Peron & Peron are my list above Lattanzi to get sometime...
 

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What price range constitutes a "good value" in this context?
 

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