Sunday, March 14, 2010


James G. Bohannon, Nathanial C. Wish, and Matthew S. Chevallard started out as just friends but turned into partners and entrepreneurs.While in boarding school, they decided they wanted a nice, classy shoe with their school’s logo on it. After doing some research into pricing information, they realized they would have to spend upward of $900 and wait a minimum of 8 months.

This led to the birth of Del Toro shoes and 3 years later, their unisex shoes are gaining more fans. They are available exclusively online. Prices range roughly from $135 for the simple loafer to $225 to upload a customized image embroidered on the loafer. It takes up for four months to receive a pair of custom designed shoes.

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Anonymous said...

Who came first, Del Toro or Scalpers? The look and concept are basically the same.

Anonymous said...

Might be the same concept but Scalpers can't beat the price of Del Toro's. I paid $174 for custom monograming from Del Toro.

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