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NDC shoes - quality?

rdlrkl

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Can anyone share their experience with NDC shoes? I like the look of some of them with jeans or casual pants, but I want to be sure they're not going to come apart quickly.

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quality is generally very good
 

KitAkira

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Thank you for searching
 

rdlrkl

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I did search and couldn't find the answer. But thans for the other response.
 

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I bought a pair off Gilt for $300 (which is expensive for NDC I realize) intending to just return them after checking them out, but they're so nice I'm tempted just to keep them.
 

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Originally Posted by lmaozedong
I bought a pair off Gilt for $300 (which is expensive for NDC I realize) intending to just return them after checking them out, but they're so nice I'm tempted just to keep them.

$300 isnt that expensive. Lately n.d.c's pricing has gone up.
 

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