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Alden Madison does the Natty CXL loafer with lug rubber sole.
Alrighy then, at least you are being honest, LOL!Mother goose....?
How do you guys prevent heel slippage, especially with loafers? Tongue pads? Will tongue pads ruin the integrity of the shoe? What about the sticky adhesive from the remains of old tongue pads? That could be rather annoying if/when you remove them.
How do you guys prevent heel slippage, especially with loafers? Tongue pads? Will tongue pads ruin the integrity of the shoe?
I just picked up my first pair of LHSs...http://www.styleforum.net/t/85589/the-official-alden-thread/113730_30#post_8015740The length of the vamp is just right for me. I don't wear any kind of shoes with shorts, so can't help you there. I generally wear straight leg khakis, chinos or jeans, so barely any foot/sock showing. I can see showing too much foot/sock in a business environment a no no, but ok in a casual setting.BTW, these things are so dang comfortable right out...
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Sounds good, thanks for the info!Is some heel slippage expected with a new pair of these? This loafer is on a flex sole so it will be an easier fit...less issues with the slippage. It is unlined so it should be a softer more flexible fit.
I've haven't acquires anything RRL lately but on a kick for some jeans. What do you think of these Dakota Slim Narrows? http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=60343456&cp=11588650.12138266&ab=ln_men_cs_denim&ab=GeoMobile_iUS_rUS_dUS&ab=rlmobile_footer_viewfullsite&view=98&MobileOptOut=1&s=D-DollarRank&pg=1&parentPage=family On sale. Nice wash and color. Not sure about that 14" leg opening. My go to fit is low-straight. From what I've read, slim-straight...
I picked up these LHS brown CXL loafers from Sherman Brothers this morning... http://www.shermanbrothers.com/product.php?ItemId=1000000002&ProductId=29449 Very comfy right out of the box. They will make a nice all-purpose casual shoe that can be worn with khakis or jeans. Took quite a few months for them to arrive. This make-up is now a stock shoe but being that it is a LHS it takes a long time to make. How do you suggest treating the CXL loafers? Mike at Sherman...
Got that email as well. It's rare that they do their own makeups.
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