The World’s Most Expensive Men’s Shoes

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When it comes to fashion, men’s fashion especially, it all starts with the feet. That’s where ladies look first, and since we men dress to impress the women, it’s our shoes that we have to consider first as well. While a pair of Cons or Air Jordans are all the hype these days, even those trendy Yeesy’s, nothing says you’re a boss like a fine pair of Italian leather shoes. And while you don’t need to spend a lot on fashion to look good, when it comes to shoes, if you want quality – and you do – you gotta spend some big bucks to get your foot game right. So check out these, the world’s most expensive shoes, and keep them in mind the next time you need to do a little shoe shopping to step up your foot game.
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Tanino Crisci’s Lilian

One of the biggest names in the fine shoe game, Tanino Crisci’s Lilian are hand made in Italy, offering the best walking experience, all while looking stunning on your feet. Price: $1,250
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John Lobb

When it comes to superior craftsmanship and quality, no name is more synonymous with that than John Lobb. Made in London, United Kingdom, the John Lobb family have been making shoes since 1849. Average price: $1,280
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A. Testoni Norvegese

Only the finest leathers and quality craftsmanship go into every pair of A. Testoni Norvegese’s. Anyone that knows their shoes will spot these thanks to their unique stitching and quality construction. Price: $1,500
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New & Lingwood Russian

Most think of Italy when it comes to fine leather goods. But these Russian Calf Shoes are of course, made in Russia, sporting one of the most durable constructions in the industry. Price: $1,550
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Berluti Rapieces Reprises

Berluti (made in Italy of course) is known for their single piece of leather construction. The fact that they make their shoes out of a single piece of leather, not only makes them uniquely elegant, but also the most durable pair you’ll ever own. Price for this model: $1,900
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Stefano Bremer

It’s one thing to buy from a brand, that employs tons of employees that don’t share the same name. It’s another thing to buy from a single shoemaker with a reputation for making the finest shoes the world over. A shoemaker like Stefano Bremer. The price for his shoes: $2,000
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Aubercy Diamond Studs

Once you break the $2,000 price tag barrier, there needs to be more of a reason to spend such money besides quality leather and fine stitching. Take these Aubercy’s for example, they come encrusted with tiny little diamonds on the toes. Price: $4,700
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Louis Vuitton

Sometimes you’ve just got to pony up for a name known for the most opulent of luxuries. Louis Vuitton is that name. And these pair by them comes with extremely rare alligator skin. Price: $10,000
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House Of Testoni

Now we’re getting into a price range where you don’t wear these shoes (unless you’ve got millions of dollars), but you put them on display. Like these pair here from Testoni made out of alligator skin and gold buckles on the monk strap. Price: $35,000
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Tom Ford

Ok, so if you have so much money that you don’t know what to do with it, then might be suggest these special edition Tom Ford’s, encrusted with 14,000 tiny little diamonds, all for the low-low price of only $2 million!
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