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Random: When I use my shoe trees the shoe feels tighter the next time I wear it. I'm assuming that happens when the moisture is drawn out of the leather. Anyone noticed this? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I hate to do this but I really need to know. Can someone provide quick details or products used and application on how you maintain the leather on your AE's. Looking to provide a medium level and high gloss shine. Thanks.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Well I stand corrected. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
3 options for soles. 1st one is leather...Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Thx, I'm really excited about these. They have a more European feel but the same AE quality. Def a sleeker shoe to be worn with slim fitting suits and slacks. Much more modern and youthful than my Park Ave'sSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I'm a 13D on the Brannock but I take a 12D in the 5 last. Initially the shoe is snug, but break in well. I have the Park Ave's and Macalister both in a 12D. The heel slipped slightly in the beginning but as I broke them in and they settled it became less apparent.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
They always came with the leather sole. I think AE promoted the rubber sole more however at Nordstroms and AE stores I always saw the leather version available.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Just copped these from N Rack for $180. I'm very happy with the style and fit. Went up 1 size from my 5 last. They appear to be 1st quality and the price was fair. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I'm really starting to get pissed with AE quality and becoming a non believer. Ordered a pair of 2nd Park Aves. 4-5 wears the heel starts coming off. Sent them back had them resoled (just the heels) and after 1 wear the heel is coming off again. Cmon....and with all the fit issues it's just not worth it anymore. Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk
I would say it's not so much Balmoral vs BLutcher as much as it is COLOR!!A pair of walnut Mcallister or Strands can be dressed up or down. Jeans, t shirts, polos, chinos you name it. Darker colors like burgundy or merlot become more dressy or formal.
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