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Saint Crispin's bespoke

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by vc2000, May 1, 2006.

  1. vc2000

    vc2000 Senior member

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    Can anybody tell me the price for a pair of bespoke Saint Crispin's shoes?

    I really like this style.

    http://www.saint-crispins.com/e_bespoke/images1.html

    The process for bespoke seems to be through one of their retailers? Anybody have any experience?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Waltar

    Waltar Well-Known Member

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    Who do I have to kill to get those Jodphurs in a 9D?
     
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    ccffm1 Senior member

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    Who do I have to kill to get those Jodphurs in a 9D?


    You might be able to avoid the danger of criminal prosecution, at least if you were comfortable with the Jodhpurs from the Prêt - line. Just read my thread started here:

    http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=14280

    Regards

    ccffm1
     
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    Roger Senior member

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    Ccffm1, do you know the prices of the pret line of St. Crispin's? Are they posted somewhere?
     
  5. Roy

    Roy Senior member

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    Ccffm1, do you know the prices of the pret line of St. Crispin's? Are they posted somewhere?
    I just ordered a pair of Prêt line St. Crispins's. The Seamless, model 114. They were 979 euro's. I think the boots are 1079 but i'm not to sure. These prices include 19% VAT btw.
     
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    Roy Senior member

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    To answer my own question via another style forum thread it looks like bespokes are 1428 euros. I'll try to do a better search next time.

    http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...nt+crispin%27s

    That's a pretty reasonable price imho. Since I paid almost a 1000 euros for made to order shoes. Guess I'll try a pair of bespokes next time they'll visit Amsterdam.
     
  8. AlexHoogeveen

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    That's a pretty reasonable price imho. Since I paid almost a 1000 euros for made to order shoes. Guess I'll try a pair of bespokes next time they'll visit Amsterdam.


    I think they are a little bit more expensive. From the other thread:
    The PRET line shoes would cost € 650 – 690 (depending on the style).
    TREES at a price of € 113 are not obligatory but highly recommended.

    As you paid almost 1000 euro (trees included) that is about 200 euro more. I think prices has gone up, the information in that thread is about 1,5 years old. To bad, 1428 euro would be an excellent deal for besproke shoes.
     
  9. Roy

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    I think they are a little bit more expensive. From the other thread:
    The PRET line shoes would cost € 650 - 690 (depending on the style).
    TREES at a price of € 113 are not obligatory but highly recommended.

    As you paid almost 1000 euro (trees included) that is about 200 euro more. I think prices has gone up, the information in that thread is about 1,5 years old. To bad, 1428 euro would be an excellent deal for besproke shoes.

    I forgot to mention that. Lasted (hollow) trees are indeed included in the 979 euros.
     
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    whoopee Senior member

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    I believe the quoted prices in that thread are export prices.
     
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    The price of around 1400 Euros would be correct for a derby or oxford, boxcalf or anilin calf. Also a good address for bespoke shoes: www.maftei.at, situated in Vienna, small manufacturer.(only problem website is only available in german)
     
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    I just ordered a pair of Prêt line St. Crispins's. The Seamless, model 114. They were 979 euro's. I think the boots are 1079 but i'm not to sure. These prices include 19% VAT btw.
    Roy, so we could deduct the 19%, could we, when ordering from North America? That would bring the price closer to those quoted by AlexHoogeveen for pret.
     
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    Roy, so we could deduct the 19%, could we, when ordering from North America? That would bring the price closer to those quoted by AlexHoogeveen for pret.
    As far as I know you could order them tax free, but may be you have to pay local taxes (vat and/or import duties) over them. I don't know about tax laws in the U.S. or Canada.
     
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    acidboy Senior member

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    here's their quote: Prices Last making and trial shoe\t\t\t\t€ 250 BESPOKE shoes, including shoe trees \t\t€ 1650 Shipping by Airmail not included. Note:\tAll styles shown on our website may also be executed for BESPOKE shoes as well. www.saint-crispins.com PRET line PRET shoes\t\t\t\t\t\t\t€ 690 TREES (not obligatory but highly recommended)\t€ 90 Shipping by Airmail not included.
     
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    I just inquired at the outlet and they told me their Prêt - line was € 780,- inc. 16 % VAT. I figure that would include the trees, though. The price quoted pretty much equals the one of JL and EG RTW w/o shoe trees here.
     
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    For the prices you talk about for their bespoke, between Euro 1700 and up, I would much rather go to Italy and get bespoke made there for the same money. I prefer the shapes and patternmaking skills of the Italians over the more solid Central European aesthetic.
     
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    For the prices you talk about for their bespoke, between Euro 1700 and up, I would much rather go to Italy and get bespoke made there for the same money. I prefer the shapes and patternmaking skills of the Italians over the more solid Central European aesthetic.

    Where would you go in Italy?
     
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    Roberto Ugolini perhaps?
     

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