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The Tan Shoe Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by tobiasj, Mar 28, 2011.

  1. Pliny

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    Fosters always look so.. well, Fosters.
    Culverwood- love these all. Who's responsible for the awsm slip-ons?
     
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    Help!

    I have read this thread; lots of lovely shoes but not much advice on where to buy.

    I am in the market for a two pairs of tan shoes, for formal and casual wear. I have done some research but would love advice/ ideas.

    My details:

    Price range per shoe: $200-$800.

    Upper: Leather, calf or shell. Perhaps suede, not sure. but willing to be convinced.

    Style:: Brogue (all toes), captoe, PTB. Not looking for split toe.

    An example would be the brand that typifies (in my mind) the tan leather shoe- Grenson.

    The Grenson Stanley (formal-ish wear):

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    Grenson Archie V Brogue (casual wear)

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    Does this count?
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    I like my grenson dylans, I like the look, I like the last, they are super comfortable and they were pretty cheap. HOWEVER if you look closely you see various minor made in india imperfections on the brogueing. nevertheless I wear this shoe pretty often and for that price you have to look very long to find something similar.




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