Here is my latest on a brand that I feel is going to do great things. At least, I hope so. And they are called . A Hungarian brand, making completely for around €700 (for non-Eu customers). It is impressive, to say the least, and I suggest that everyone that is not familiar with them get on board as I have yet to see a better value for money shoe. They cross all of the T’s and dot all of the I’s and I am excited to get them on the feet and take them for a nice stroll!

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  1. Hi Justin,
    Really enjoyed your review of this shoe from a new brand. I believe the soles are hand sewn.
    How did these shoes compare in terms of fit and finishing to the TLB artista shoes you previously reviewed?

    1. Justin FitzPatrick

      Thanks Lucien! Yes they are handsewn. Apples and oranges on the TLB. The Artista is a great production shoe but for me it is not close to this level of craftsmanship which is completely hand done. The fit on this is perfect for me, whereas the TLB was a little roomy but that is really neither here nor there. This is more “handgrade” for sure.

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