Originally Posted by tifosi
Looking great Patrick!
Mine will never go on a maiden voyage as I just made up my mind to sell them today.
, unless they are a 12D, which makes me because with two pairs...
Originally Posted by Roycru:
They're your shoes. You bought them. You paid for them. You can do whatever you want with them.
Seems like this could become the stock answer for all the usual questions we get in this...
Originally Posted by USAmade
Here's the deal for all those are concerned... If you read the article, it is clear that the firm that bought the company in 2006 has held onto it long enough, and Paul has done an...
Originally Posted by JermynStreet
Agreed. One more thing that is worth mentioning-look at the trajectory AE has followed since being taken over in 2008; before then, there was a lot more polished cobbler, dinky...
Originally Posted by wsupjs
I have heard of people having those issues with the Benjamin suit.
However, I am one of those people that it fits extremely well OTR. I own two of them, and they are by far the...
Originally Posted by DoggieDay
As well as some other users I'm also real interested how anyone wd rank the Benjamin suits. As well as Kent Wang. A comparison between those two wd be exhilarating.
Furthermore - thank you...
Originally Posted by OptoDoc
As far as $500 range suits, I can vouch for the Benjamin line of suiting from eHaberdasher. They are fully canvassed and easily worth much more than they are being sold for....
Quote:Originally Posted by DHD28 Hello gents,
Was wondering how I could transform the kind of brand-new-Dark-Burnished Brown into a more... nicer "browner" color. Would really like to lighten them up a bit. They're so dark right...
Originally Posted by LeviMay
I went pretty plain: Brown Burnished Calf, flat brown welt, combination tap sole, and transparent brown edge. I think it'll look killer with the broguing around the throat, toe, and heel...