I haven't seen any of their work but I can only imagine how high their standard and build quality is since they are an established high end maker. I haven't really looked into (high end) fashion brands because I relate their work with having exorbitant price tags but if it can be had for a reasonable price then I would probably try one out.
See, this is what I mean.
Okay, so while I have somewhat limited experience with heritage/repro/whatever brands - meaning I've yet to see any of the top-tier contenders - I did own a good few low to mid-tier options so I feel I'm allowed to draw at least some conclusion.
But the thing is, price point of the footwear I'm talking about here, fashion stuff, is actually at the mid-tier heritage market level.
I used to avoid fashion footwear for many reasons, one being what you've just mentioned; Price tag - but - turns out, when you compare any of these small-time makers, turns out they regularly ask as much as any of the high-street brands & often more.
For instance, the cheapest boots by Clinch are over $2K while you'd be hard pressed to find anything from a regular Celine or Saint Laurent line-up for half as much! Sure, the mega-rare Aligator skin ones but then again, you've got
Lucchese charging $13K for their Aligator boots. I'm not kidding, check it out.
$12,995! Believe me when I say that not even freaking Balenciaga EVER had the audacity to ask #13K for ANYTHING and they'd do it just for trolling.
Do a search for boots on Farfetch or MrPorter and compare it to SelfEdge & Standard and Strange and you'll see that the difference in price variation is negligible.
Heritage marketing is based almost entirely a premise of durability and quality vs. mass produced, flimsy fashion trash. That premise is sometimes true - Except when it isn't and when it isn't, it couldn't possibly be much further from the truth.
My MiuMiu's were 300 Euros. Or so.