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A C&J Medallion Kilti loafers are up on eBay in size 8D (http://www.ebay.com/itm/301216800386), starting at $50. For anyone in that size, it looks very unique and elegant!
Yes indeed it does look nice! Do you happen to know any info about it? I couldn't find anything on it. If I give you the numbers inside the shoes, would that help?
Can anyone one of you gentlemen provide any info on this set of loafers by C&J? Greatly appreciated!  
 I have no idea about this, can you give more info (although I guess we are digressing a bit off topic) in regards of what the maker, model, etc of the shoes are? Thank you.
Thanks for the responses, you guys are so knowlegable and wonderful. Would any of you be able to divuldge any info this pair of Peal & Co shoes from BB? I couldn't find it on the official website, so I am guessing it is an old model. Any info would be great, thank you!   Images:      
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Peal-Co.%C2%AE-Wingtip-Balmorals/467H,default,pd.html   I have no experience with C&J shoes or dress shoes in much generally, so would anyone give me their personal experiences with the quality of this Wingtip Balmoral? It looks very traditional and old-fashioned, but I like it very much. Would like to basically know how the quality/build/etc is in comparison with brands such as Alden and AE (better, worse, or comparable). Thank you very much!
Hello forum, I am completely clueless about dress shoes in general and so I have a few questions about the following AE shoe. I am guessing it is a vintage one since I don't see it on the AE website or maybe I missed it. Can you tell me which model/more info about this shoe and the condition you would rate it out of a 10 (10 being mint)? Thank you very much for your help! Btw, I am guessing that these are factory seconds?   Here are the pictures:  
 In the authentic Naval peacoats, when the buttons become lose, do you fix them yourself or take it to the tailor? I noticed that one of the buttons is lose and wondering if this is something I should do or take somewhere. I noticed that the stitching is done within the jacket itself and not through the satin lining of the coat. Thanks!
Do you happen to know what is the size of your chest? Like the above recommendations, I own a few pea coats and the vintage one beats them all in terms of quality of the material (very nice drape/hand feel to the wool), the construction (keep in mind, these are being made for the US Navy - very strict/high standards), and look. The thing is though, with you being in Texas, I can't imagine you needing a very heavy wool coat. Regardless, if you want a pea coat, you should go...
You have another request from me for a fit pic! I liked that jacket too and will look to buy it in the near future when I get a chance. Cheers.
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