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What is SF's opinion on dress shoes with elongated toeboxes such as this one:     To be sure, one's toes should not touch the front of the shoes right? There should be a good amount of space between the toes and the front of the shoe?   Does this make the feet look comically large? Is it weird to walk/drive in them?
Thanks!   When wearing the elongated oxfords, is it typical for one's feet to look longer than normal? Would this look weird?
Looking through the Camina thread, I came across these two photos:     The Bal oxfords on the top look more "regular" and the ones on the bottom photo look longer and have sort of an extended and flatter toe.   Is there a technical or semantic distinction between these two types of shoes? For the types of shoes on the bottom photo, does one's toes extend all the way through the shoe? Do they make the wearer appear to have long feet?
What are your guys' thoughts on using waterproofing boot protector on leather dress boots during winter months? Will they damage the leather? If so, then what care strategies should one take to protect leather dress boots in the winter, particularly when there is salt on the ground?
I'm looking to pick up a pair of Clark's Desert Boots in Beeswax color (http://www.amazon.com/Clarks-Originals-Mens-Desert-Beeswax/dp/B000WU8SBG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1384490264&sr=8-1&keywords=clark%27s+desert+boots)   Can anyone tell me what color of Kiwi wax is closest to the color of these shoes?   What is the opinion of SF on Clark's desert boots?   Thanks!
So these aren't good shoes?
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Recently bought these second-hand. There are no identifiable markings left in the insole.    http://imgur.com/a/X6Axf   Anyone have an idea of what model these are, what leather it's made from and how much it's worth? Thanks!   EDIT: I can perhaps make out a very faint "Made in USA" gold letters on the heel of the insole. 
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