Official Events and PSA thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mafoofan, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. Raralith

    Raralith Senior member

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    I just dropped by for some presale purchase, but the official sale starts on June 21st, 2010. Most models are not on display which means they may be older or discontinued models with the exception of some limited editions models. Sale is 50% on available sizes (I tried maybe 8 different shoes on 7 E so there were a good amount available in my wize), Prestage line comes with shoe trees, Classic does not, shoe trees are full price at $115. Attached are pics or it didn't happen:

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    What shoes were available in 7E?
     


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    I should note 7 E US, the shoes I were trying were 6 and 6.5 Wide UK with various last. As for what is on sale, I'm not too familair with Lobb model names. I tried maybe 3 balmorals, 2-3 derby's, and they said they had a boot and loafer but I didn't try those. I tried on 6 rather (not 8), but they had more I wasn't interested in,
     


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    Oops, sorry about making a post and not putting it in the PSA thread.
     


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    I just dropped by for some presale purchase, but the official sale starts on June 21st, 2010. Most models are not on display which means they may be older or discontinued models with the exception of some limited editions models. Sale is 50% on available sizes (I tried maybe 8 different shoes on 7 E so there were a good amount available in my wize), Prestage line comes with shoe trees, Classic does not, shoe trees are full price at $115. Attached are pics or it didn't happen:

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    how much?
     


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    Per my posts, Church's navy Sahara Desert boots are currently 105GBP at kurtgeiger.com and selfridges.com. Please feel free to PM me if you need help with a proxy.

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    They're actually 109GBP.
     


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    how much?

    $704 total
     


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    $704 total

    beautiful shoes.
     


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    I should note 7 E US, the shoes I were trying were 6 and 6.5 Wide UK with various last. As for what is on sale, I'm not too familair with Lobb model names. I tried maybe 3 balmorals, 2-3 derby's, and they said they had a boot and loafer but I didn't try those. I tried on 6 rather (not 8), but they had more I wasn't interested in,

    Great looking shoes. Any idea if the Woodcote is on sale (balmoral austerity brogue)? Do you know if they take phone orders? TIA.
     


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    Great looking shoes. Any idea if the Woodcote is on sale (balmoral austerity brogue)? Do you know if they take phone orders? TIA.

    I have no idea whether the Woodcote was on sale. Everything was based off of availability of size, and I know there were quite a few shoes not in my size that I would have been much more interested in. As for phone orders, they should be able to, and I'm pretty sure anything ordered on the JL USA website is shipped directly from the Costa Mesa store anyways. Le and Eric were a great help, and I was probably there for almost an hour trying on shoes. You'd at least save the near 10% California tax too.
     


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    Brooks brothers has 40% off sports shirts and 30% off tailored, today only.
     


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    Brooks brothers has 40% off sports shirts and 30% off tailored, today only.
    And they yanked all but one ESF shirt from their online store. [​IMG]
     


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    Brooks brothers has 40% off sports shirts and 30% off tailored, today only.
    Today it's 40% off "leather accessories", which happens to include all their shoes (cordovan shoes excluded, cordovan belts, wallets included though), belts, and shoe care supplies.
     


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    Today it's 40% of "leather accessories", which happens to include things like shoes, non-leather belts, shoe care supplies, go figure. Cordovan excluded of course.
    Anyone have an opinion on the quality of their bridle leather belt? - Keith
     


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    Today it's 40% of "leather accessories", which happens to include all their shoes (cordovan excluded), belts, and shoe care supplies.

    Cordovan belts are included.
     


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