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W.S. Foster shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by rabiesinfrance, Jul 28, 2012.

  1. rabiesinfrance

    rabiesinfrance Senior member

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  3. rabiesinfrance

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    Thanks.

    it concerns me slightly that the C&J line is basically the same price as C&J's Handgrade, yet their EG stuff is £725. That's a massive mark-up. Makes me think the C&J line is marked-up Benchgrade.
     
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    It can be confusing when looking at their rtw shoes because they have different prices, especially if looking online. With the pricing on the EG shoes it could be two things: they can getaway with a higher price or maybe their EG contract is not as competitive as the C&J contract.

    If you are around London during xmas or have friends in London, you would be better off getting shoes from the EG sale for £450 unless you want a specific model that is not on sale. I do not understand why people in London during the sales pay full price for C&J handgrades when EG shoes are available for the same price.
     

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