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Hello. I noticed light colored stitching visible between the upper and welt of my Alden cordovan boots. It looks like the upper might be separating from the welt. Is this the case? Do I need to stop wearing them and get the issue addressed?
I live in Denver (suburbs) and I am aware of none. That J.Gilbert store doesn't carry Aldens. I've called to ask.Denver, well really Colorado in general, just doesn't appreciate this level of footwear. I probably own more than the rest of the state combined.
Google is your friend.http://www.styleforum.net/t/196801/alden-nst-high-boot-in-8-12dhttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Alden-for-Context-Tanker-NST-color-8-cordovan-shell-boots-/221467999604?nma=true&si=SV2dNLjfwcxx%252F8DfoDL82is9oqk%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
Post after wearing them, please. I'd like to see what they look like post creasing.
It's probably best to get the style number from inside the boot and then email Alden, as I did with the alpine grain cap toe bluchers which are Hampton. I sent the info to J. Crew who said they'd get this to their web team. I see they have top men on it.
I tried both shoelaceexpress and some on Amazon from TZ Laces Ltd and both were too thick for Alden boots. They're really hard to lace and pull tight.
Given the sole shot I'm guessing trubalance
They look nice. Mine are WAYYY more wrinkly.
Color 8 not available. Sad face.
I know someone already suspected this, but I emailed Alden and got a response confirming that the J Crew alpine grain perforated cap toe blucher is indeed on Hampton and not Barrie.
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