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Donald J Pliner Men's Marcio Loafer, Espresso, 8.5 Medium US
1,220.40 SAR

Donald J Pliner Men's Marcio Loafer, Espresso, 8.5 Medium US

by  Donald J Pliner, Casual & Dress Shoes -  7 ratings

1,220.40 SAR 

+ 65.75 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
International Product from Amazon.com. Ships from and sold by Amazon Global Store US.
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8.5 D(M) US 2 more
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Main Features:
  • Nappa stretch leather upper
  • Slip-on style
  • Leather sole with rubber pod
  • Leather lined
  • Made in the Mountains of Italy
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Donald J Pliner
    Size
    8.5 D(M) US
    Targeted Group
    Men
    Style Name
    Marcio
    Brand
    Donald J Pliner
    Size
    8.5 D(M) US
    Targeted Group
    Men
    Style Name
    Marcio
    UPC-A
    804608357999
    Item EAN
    2724533600312
    ASIN
    B06Y4GTBCB
    Color
    Color
    Espresso
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    Description:

    • Nappa stretch leather upper
    • Slip-on style
    • Leather sole with rubber pod
    • Leather lined
    • Made in the Mountains of Italy
 

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  • Loafers or formal dress shoe? -- if this shoe fits, it should play well for any function or occasion.
    By Samuel on 01 August 2018

    This must. be my 10th pair of Pliner's since buying my first pair in the early '90s. I wish I hadn't worn them out because they were irreplaceable (and unfixable). The style was abstract art at its wildest, most colorful extreme--post-Picasso, or Warhol aspiring to pull off a Dali design for a pair of the most comfortable loafers ever sold. But no need to doubt the authenticity of these more understated Marcio Loafers. I had come to take for granted the reassuring "Made in the Mountains of N. Italy" embossed inside every Pliner shoe--until ordering a pair several years ago at a price close to fifty. Upon looking inside the shoe, the reassuring place of origin was missing. Soon I discovered the missing place of origin was less a careless omission than an "admission" (or submission). Like everyone else, Pliner had outsourced to cheaper, off-shore manufacturing--China, in this case. I sent them back, chancing they'd be accepted by Amazon Prime despite a tell-tale scuff on bottom.

    Fortunately, these shoes contain the confidence-inspiring inscription, "Made in the Mountains of -- ," so you can trust the workmanship and the authenticity of the leather (I no longer trust my nose--the "faux-leather" claim on many of the cheap shoes, on Amazon and elsewhere, means little more than "plastic, with a generous helping of simulated leather spray" for the user's immediate sensual gratification). As a child I remember aspiring to a pair of genuine Buster Brown shoes, thanks to the frequent advertisements on radio (Cheerios sponsored "The Lone Ranger," Ovaltine sponsored "Captain Midnight," Doublemint Chewing Gums sponsored "Gene Autrey," so what show was sponsored by Buster Brown (I think the voice of Andy Devine was prominent on the program)? Anyway, I'm sure the shoe's jingle was the first introduction to poetry for many of us. It wasn't up to Jon Hamm's creative pitch for Hershey Chocolate (in the final season of "Mad Men") or Coca Cola (the very last episode), but it went something like this: "Hi, my name is Buster Brown, / And I live in this shoe. / My dog's name is Spot,/ And he lives there too."

    My dad was a preacher on a modest salary, so Buster Brown's, which carried a premium price, simply weren't in the cards for me. I suspect that my indulgence with Pliner's (a premium-priced brand, from my perspective) is, at best, a consolation for the Buster Brown's I never had as a kid and, at worst, a sign of infantile regression. Whatever your reason, these shoes are worth the money. And if you're able to wait a while, I have a hunch you'll see the price come down before it goes up. Right now, these Pliner Marcio Loafers (misleading, since I'd call them a formal dress shoe) are at the highest price point I've seen. Pliner prices can be volatile, especially when there are conspicuous oversupplies of a model in an unpopular size.

    I settled on the Pliner Marcio loafers because my first choice, the ultra-sharp Pliner Rex shoes, were priced over two hundred in my size. Moreover, the Rex's may have been too long and pointed--lots of unoccupied space in front, perhaps assuring to younger men suffering from penis-envy but also a bit clumsy, since the shoe is guaranteed to arrive at your destination slightly ahead of the rest of you. Not only are the Marcio's less pointed: they also have a slightly more forgiving heel (some of my Pliner's wreck havoc on wood floors because of heels that are too hard and loud). There's just enough rubber on the bottom of the Pliner Marcio's to enable the wearer to walk on wet or snowy pavement (at least, for short stretches) without fear of cold, soaked feet.

    The shoes don't come with the soft, velvety Pliner shoe bag that once was a thoughtful, practical inclusion. But lest the buyer mourn its absence, the makers have included the Donald J. Pliner shoe horn, which was omitted on the recent outsourced Pliner's. There's no Buster Brown or Spot (I'm not positive about the dog's name--it definitely wasn't Fido or Bowser)--but Donald J. Pliner and those N. Italy Mountains is a combination that's hard to top (aren't they an eastern extension of the Alps?).

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  • Cheapest made shoes....
    By Peacemaker on 09 October 2018

    If you are looking for DJP quality, look away as these shoes are probably the cheapest made. Napa leather looks artificial as if it came straight from China plastic factory. Also, not easy to slip into. Dont waste your money.

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  • Three Stars
    By Big JACK on 09 February 2018

    nice smooth shoe but not happy with the construction and feel

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  • Very nice
    By Jerome Cogborn on 23 March 2018

    Very nice shoe, love the fit.

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  • Top of shoe fit to tight
    By nkmilton on 07 September 2018

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