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Pics? I've got Tod's. My bro-in-law has the Westbrooks. $355 aint bad at all! Funny how inconsistent they are about MTO upcharges. Supposed to be $50, but sometimes they say $100. In the past they have charged me less than $50 and just an upcharge for a more expensive sole.
I consider it to be a very classic/traditional pattern, and that's what I like about it versus something like this: http://www.quoddy.com/collections/mens/products/blucher
Either is appropriate for fall.  I highly recommend the Reltex soles. If you email them, they might be willing to put one on the Clymer 2.0 for you for a small upcharge. Or just get this in dark olivehttp://www.rancourtandcompany.com/made-to-order/men-s/shoes/robinson-ranger-moc.html I have the clymber boot and a suede ranger moc. I enjoy them both.  [[SPOILER]]
   [[SPOILER]]  It's been described as "almond-shaped", and I find that to be accurate.  Also, everything that @dalevy said...
 This may be of interest.  This is the technique that I use, with a little fluffing added along the way.  Ahhh, yes. I love the Reltex soles. Combine them with some bison and you almost certainly have a winning makeup! Those stock photos definitely don't do the cognac color justice. I'm curious to see how it looks once the sheen has dulled a bit.
@FrankCowperwood  New addition? Is the the color they call peanut? Which sole?
 All i'm saying is that they have people on reddit lining up to buy shoes that have not even been made yet while taking a stab in the dark on sizing. When they have plenty of customers in this category, I think they don't really care to bother with helping one prospective buyer narrow in on his size if it will take special efforts. Some may respond, "okay, not saying they need to make special efforts, just have enough shoes in your own stores for people to try on!" and i...
They probably try to make what sells fast so that they don't have a lot of working capital tied up in inventory.
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