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Shoe Companies With Similar Style To Velasca?

FunkCat

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Hello all! This is my first post here other than my introduction. I recently discovered Velasca shoes and really love their style. I only buy used and not many come up in my size (US 10.5 d or e, EU 43.5 or 44). Are there any other companies that I should check out that have a similar style, hopefully without prices in the stratosphere?
 

FunkCat

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I've never owned any brogues and there is just something about their brogue derbies that looks, well, delicious?
 

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There's a common say: "goodyear welted shoes are the only one option", however differences between goodyear and goodyear are existing.
That said, Velasca isn't a goodyear welted shoe but blake rapid. Decent if you don't plan to invest in shoes and once outsole is finished you just throw them away.
 
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Meermin are slightly cheaper and have similiar styles. Once you go below that prize range you're getting into some really shoddy territory.
 

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