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Gentleman's shoes and leather woods. Handmade proudly with Argentinian leather only. We carry a well curated sellection of our own designs that include: shoes, boots, tennis shoes, belts, wallets, bags, gloves and socks.
Hours Today: 12:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Calle Thames 1855, Buenos Aires C1414DDK, Argentina
They do not open until noon so plan an after lunch visit. The service was extraordinary. They told us about museums, restaurants, even other shoe stores! Who does that?
The shoes are well made, well priced ( check the website for sales before you go!...More
I bought 2 pairs of shoes at Teran. The shoes are great quality and look really sharp. Gonzalo gave me excellent customer service and was very friendly. I had to have one of my shoes shipped to my home country and he accommodated some out...More
I was in BA for business and was looking for great leather shoes. I stopped by Terán and was very impressed. Spent the afternoon with the founder, Gonzalo Terán, who could not have been nicer. Happily took several pairs home with me.
Fine, handmade shoes...More
1414 Buenos Aires
This is the newest address for his second store.)
My twin and I happened on this store after disembarking off of a cruise. The decor of the store modern and it literally only has mens shoes ( and...More
Date of experience: December 2016
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