Magnanni at Pitti Uomo 86

 

Dear Readers,

I am a bit backed up today so don’t really have time to write. Therefore, I will leave you with some of the Magnanni shoes that I saw while I was at PItti. While I am not crazy about the bologna/fine blake construction that Magnanni does, I have always appreciated the design of their shoes. Here are some of the ones that I really liked.

See you tomorrow for more on Pitti Uomo 86

Sincerely,

Justin, “The Shoe Snob”

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8 thoughts on “Magnanni at Pitti Uomo 86”

  1. Hey magnanni !! I have several pairs of the shoes shown in these pictures. It’s not often justin talks about magnanni. While I agree their construction isn’t the greatest. I admire a lot of their design and for the dollar are a great option, in my opinion, for that specific sleek look I go for when shopping for shoes. Most of them I have picked up usually run around 200$-300$.. I have seen several for upwards of 450$.. But at that price I would just go buy some meermin. Thanks for this Justin !

      1. I do too ryan, I probably have 7-8 pairs total. I know what I am getting when I buy them, they look it alien made (they are Spanish) and they aren’t going to bankrupt me. when I splurge I do go for meermin or carmina, and one of these days I’m going to buy a NEW pair of G&G, and I would like to try a pair of Justin’s shoes on before buying them, I have an oddly shaped foot so se shoes do fit me poorly. I’m one of those guys who probably has 40-50 pairs of shoes I legitimately wear as much as possible I like the choices and variety. I value that more than I value having say, 10 pairs and being stuck with those. 10. .. Spending 450 a pop just slips a bit too far out of budget.

    1. my pleasure Brad. Some of these were to handsome to not feature, even if I would rather invest my money elsewhere

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