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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by medtech_expat, Jul 22, 2011.
Did you hear this from LSBH? I haven't heard anything from them.
From Shane since Bryan isn't there anymore
Bryan left? What!!!
Yes, what???? When?
Yes, he left very recently. Leather Soul is still the best place to buy shoes, Saint Crispin's included.
I think so, but disappointed about Bryan leaving. He was a good guy.
Maybe you guys can marry Bryan if you like him so much
(I dealt with him too, very friendly guy, super responsive and he will be missed. But I just completed another LS order last week and the guys that took care of me were just as great)
+1. Never had a bad experience with LS.
Shane's a good guy to deal with as well. I bought both of my St. Crispin's through him.
Shows how little you know .
How correct you are Sir if that makes you happy! after me owing two pairs of their shoes and four of their IWC straps 400 GBP a shot! LOL now some say what is this IWC strap !
I never said they make bad shoes, just that I do not think they are in the same league as JL or EG. Now this is my personal opinion which may be different to others!
Yes, Santoni has some models that are just as good if not better.
Hey Chester, that's correct. Phillip will be taking orders at our brand new TriBeCa location December 12th - 14th. Feel free to email [email protected] to make an appointment. And for more information on the store you can check this out.
+1. The Santonis pictured above are probably not the best example but some Ltd Edition models are way up there.
On the other end of the scale, the standard Santoni offerings can be dreadfully woeful. This probably skews people's perception of the quality and workmanship.
Agreed. And that's the problem with having shoes spanning the barely passabe to the truly outstanding under one brand name.
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