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Price lowered to $400.00 CAD for the Carmina cap toe oxfords: http://www.styleforum.net/t/533137/fs-carmina-cap-toe-oxfords-in-espresso-calf-7-5uk
I compared them to my 8.5D Allen Edmonds oxfords and they're about the same width, but it's about half an inch shorter from heel to toe.
Selling these brand new Carmina cap toe oxfords in epresso calf (7.5 UK) - $425.00 CAD. Located in Scarborough/North York.   http://www.styleforum.net/t/533137/fs-carmina-cap-toe-oxfords-in-espresso-calf-7-5uk        
Brand new Carmina cap toe oxfords in espresso calf, 7.5 UK. Style reference 732. Forest last (normal fitting last). Comes with original box and shoe bags.   Price: $400 CAD. Payment via cash or Interac e-transfer.   Local pickup in Toronto only.
Sorry if I missed it, but who makes Wildsmith shoes now? Would people rank their quality on par with C&J and Carminas?
Any opinions on http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/churchill-ii_oxford/burnished-mocca ?   Also, is Herring likely to have a sale around Christmas? I'm not in a rush and would wait a month if there would be a sale. Thanks.
  Any way Canadians can get in on the deal by e-mail or by phone?
Just wondering if it is the "proper" way to tie the shoe laces for the eyelets to come close together such that the tongue is completely covered. I've been told both yes they should close completely and no, there's no standard look. Most of the time, it forms a V shape for me.
Any deals on Allen Edmonds shoe trees at the moment? Just bought a new pair of BB Fifth Avenues and need a pair of shoe trees. Does the AE Factory sell them cheaper than the MSRP ($25)?
An 8.5D fits me in terms of length (but pretty tight if I try to do closed lacing) but a 9D fits me better in terms of width but I have about 1.5 inches of toe space. Which size should I go for?
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