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Yes it normally is thicker than calf, but it can depend and there is lined vs. unlined. Most of my shell has very little in the way of rolls but then again that is another reason that I stick with AE for the most part, 1 and 5 last especially fit me extremely well. And fit is very important to me. You have received some great replies already, and I agree with pretty much everything else said. The only .02 I could add is that only you can determine if shell is worth it,...
I have both the Dundee and Park Ave. in black shell and neither of them have the rust tint in bright light. If it is something that bothers you and you would like solid black then I would think Saphir Cordovan Black cream would work. I have only used the Saphir Cordovan Cordovan cream on an older pair of burgundy Leeds that had turned fairly brown and it worked well. Although many desire the brown patina that burgundy and #8 shell are known for I figured that I own enough...
Your cedar boot rack turned out very well with good spacing and room for air flow. Nice job!
Thank you for doing this Pastor! I agree with this. Most of my shoes and boots have never seen Renomat. And when I do I don't let it sit for the full 15 minutes that the bottle say, maybe 5 at the most then follow it up right away with Renovateur.
Great thanks! Hmm ISSUU changed the URL on me already LOL. Try this, it is the AE fall catalog: http://issuu.com/allenedmonds/docs/2013_ae_fall
  They are called the Portland. Still show up on the AE Chinese site: http://www.allenedmonds.com.cn/EN/ and in the AE Fall catalog: http://issuu.com/allenedmonds/docs/ae_fall2013_web   Looks like 333 last, I'm waiting on real life pics and fit report. Have always liked the idea of a black shell NST boot.
First time I fished Pa. limestone was in the South Central part of the state, Big Springs where Gary Borger was rumored to have started fly fishing. I stood there looking at the weed choked (cress) stream wondering how in the hell any fish could live in that crap. A lot different than the freestone streams that I love and was familiar with especially the ones just as you described perfectly with the term hunt fish. While I was standing there wondering if it was worth...
Yeah I would pretty much agree with you Doc. AE just came back out with the bourbon shoe polish again, about time! http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF549_1_40000000001_-1
I usually do the same with water when I move to a new place and even grouse cover. If that book went another 100 miles you would be into some of the waters I grew up was raised fishing. Slate Run, Pine, LoyalSock, I heard the Orvis shop down on Slate Run is up for sale again.    Wasn't too many years ago that I caught a pretty large brown on the Davidson River in Western NC in February. And recall thinking there is something you can't do up North in Feb. Well turns out...
I purchased a pair of Wrox from RW for my girlfriend because she spends a lot of time on her feet. In her case so far she has said they are the best thing she has worn for being on her feet all day. Like you said they aren't the best looking footwear out there. Keeping it in the RW family my barber has worn Irish Setters Soft Paws for the last couple of years. I noticed because I also have a pair for general yard use that the tread on the soles are worn down almost flat....
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