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Allison apologized and sent me a return label. Back they go.
There were some recent posts about polishing bourbon shoes. I too have a Mora 2.0 in bourbon that is fairly new and I love the color. They are due for a treatment but I'm not sure exactly how to care for them. I chatted with someone on ae.com and they weren't very helpful. I'll most likely start by using neutral polish since that seems like the safest approach and then I can move to bourbon polish if needed but won't be able to easily go the other way. What I'm wondering...
I received my GMTO Merlot EC boots yesterday and just had a chance to open them up today. I'm pretty forgiving when it comes to flaws because for the most part no one will ever see them and after all, they're just shoes. However, I'm a little concerned about this one and wondering how it wasn't noticed.     First off, not sure why they only ship one shoe in the shoe bag. Why not ship both in bags? The one not in the bag had scuffs from moving around in the box. They...
 Thanks. I thought they would be more "in-your-face" / spectator-like but they're actually not. Like I said, I wear them more than I thought I would.
 Looks like you got some good responses but if it's helpful here are a pair I had made up earlier this year. I wanted something that was unique. I've actually worn them more than I thought I would. I know it's a different style but here you go...if it gives you ideas.    
PSA: I remember doing this last year and it worked out well. Make a small donation to a good cause (PinkStyle to support breast cancer research) and get a coupon good for 25% off one item. I don't live anywhere near Jeffersonville, Ohio so called and made an order over the phone, gave them the coupon code that I purchased online and they honored it. Not sure if AE is participating again. Save some money and donate to a good cause at the same...
 I understand. It's more of the inconsistent edge color because of the strip of black rubber between welt and mid-sole and then black heel. Not trying to be a pain. Just had a chance to check after several posts so wanted to toss it out there.
  So it looks like there are several that agree. Not sure if you all have currently agreed to purchase or just commenting. Once the numbers are final perhaps it's worth one more conversation to see if all involved want to make a change. Not looking to make extra work for anyone but could probably figure it out pretty quickly. If after consideration a large majority think changing the sole out makes sense, might be worth the conversation. I was just looking at the below and...
 Yea, I probably should have raised it sooner before everyone voted but this kinda happened quickly and I don't get to check as often as some. I'm sure they will be nice and if I don't like 'em I can sell 'em but thought I'd throw it out there and if all 12+ people went, "Hey, great point, let's switch it."...... then cool but if not...viva democracy!
I think what's been decided for the merlot EC will look nice. However, when I saw TJ's I thought "There's a great formal boot that I can wear with a suit". I feel like the final product is something in-between that's neither formal or casual. With the black Dainite sole you'll have a thin chili welt, then a strip of black, then a brown mid-sole then a black heel. Check AE.com for examples (search "Dainite"). On TJ's the eyelets are black which looked nice with the black...
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