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Portugese and Spanish shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Donald, Feb 27, 2007.

  1. Mr. Lee

    Mr. Lee Senior member

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    Where I am now, idn't it?
  2. epa

    epa Senior member

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    Junk. Period.

    Brilliant contribution.
     
  3. mike2100

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    Splendid junk, may I say!!

    For deserving a treatment like this in my first posts, and reading some "noisy" and untrue comments with no replies I see fear from some.

    I just remember how this thread begins "Does anyone have any names an sites and opinions of high end Portugese and Spanish mens shoe manufacturers. I tried contacting Carmina and had no success."

    with my posts I hope the original thread owner have liked the answer, and PERIOD!!
     
  4. radicaldog

    radicaldog Senior member

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    Bump. Any updated info on Portuguese shoes to look for?
     
  5. Lusitaniae

    Lusitaniae New Member

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    Are you still in Lisbon?

    Try Decenio or Dielmar stores mentioned before and try Nunes Correa, it is located in Rua Augusta.

    In the North of the country you can find several places with nice stores and manufactures.

    El Corte Ingles has DeGier, a great Portuguese brand.

    You can find easily in UK the Portuguese Brand Brett & Sons.
     
    Last edited: Dec 11, 2011
  6. loveartioli

    loveartioli Active Member

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    A list of spanish shoe makers:Carmina, Meermin, Yanko , Pertini, Magnanni, Lottusse, Mezlan, Barrats 1890, Kollflex, George's Coll,among them ,I think Carmina is of course the best among these, Others Magnanni and Lottusse are fashion-forwarded,their Seleccion Magnanni and Selection 1877 Lottusse are two of their top line, The Custom Mezlan is the top line of Mezlan,I think these 3 top line are same level ,but below Carmina, Others for George's Coll,this maker's good-year welted shoes are somewhat attractive and well-made,but their shoes are very rare on the market or ebay,so it's hard to judge this brand,and other brands I am not very familiar with them.Anyone who knows them can introduce about them.
     
  7. MATEMALE

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    If only the silence... I could talk for hours about Portugal winner issues and I would never stop. However, before the silence, I would put Portuguese education and courtesy. I will always say the same: I feel at home when in Portugal.
     
  8. Mr Monkstrap

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    I think I saw once a famous (or quite famous one in the área) who did something for bullfighters. Dont remember now, but I supose that if you search a little bit on Google "zapatos a mano torero" or similar you Could find something
     
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  9. stylexchangemtl

    stylexchangemtl Senior member

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    I will be in Spain soon and was looking for a list like this for my future shopping. Greatly appreciated.
     
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