What do you think about these Ferragamo boots?

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  1. nyarkies

    nyarkies Senior member

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    Hi guys! New to this forums.

    I wanted a good pair of black boots. I saw this ferragamo boots on ebay. Is it authentic? I like the how it looks. Any opinions?

    And if I can get suggestions as well for a good quality boots for around $300-500 in case this doesn't pass SF standards [​IMG]

    Thanks!
     
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    contaygious Senior member

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    I don't see anything.
     
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    nyarkies Senior member

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    contaygious Senior member

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    They are ok to me. I tried them on once, but liked them better in brown. I also preffer the top and heel to be narrow as my heel kept slipping out, but I have narrow heels. I can't remember how much they were and if you are saving anything. I think for the price though you could probably do better with something here http://www.pediwear.co.uk/ or here http://plal.com/main/
     
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    nyarkies Senior member

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    Thanks for the reply! Appreciate it [​IMG]
     
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    nyarkies Senior member

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    Style is quite similar. Are they good in terms of quality? and what about pricing? I'm assuming it's above $500 by the information I just read from their website.
     
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    contaygious Senior member

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    Depends on the shoe for price, but CJ would last you years and years. Some of them are in your range at <300 as those are probably the best prices you will find on these brands.

    Here's Phat Guido's which I love:
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    I actually have the same ferragamo boots. I bought them about a year ago. The pics on ebay don't really give them any justice. They are very comfortable. To me at least. I have worn them with dress trousers and with jeans. This style of boot is pretty common among a lot of makers, however speaking for the ferragamo's I like them alot.

    Be Well
     
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    mkarim Senior member

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    Nice! I'm considering C&J as well since I've read here good reviews about it. RL has something similar to the ferragamo

    http://www.amazon.com/Ralph-Lauren-C...5893858&sr=8-3

    Made in Italy as well.


    Try RL's Alford boots.
     
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    JayJay Senior member

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    They look okay.
     
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    +1 C &amp; J, from PLAL.
     

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