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maiden voyage, and first suede/flex welt Alden I've worn. Incredible comfort straight out of the box.
I've come to the realization that I don't think double monks are for me. I have a pair of Brown suede C&J Lowndes and Meermin Blue suede double monks, both in 11UK (i usually wear a 12D) Both pairs have been worn a handful of times. If there's any interest let me know and I'll post pics.
Based on the welt i'm going to hazard a guess that these did not leave the line in middleborough as a white shoe.
I just grabbed a pair of the pebbled LWB and am curious who's behind the "made in USA" label as well.Their retail price of $550 has me thinking it's not AE, but I don't know if that's wishful thinking...
To top it off one of their reps told me they will not deduct VAT.F that noise.
Appreciate this PSA, and they seem to be a good deal, but $100 to ship a pair of shoes is nuts.
^ those look awesome.
Wilderness Workshop is a completely different animal than the Tannery upstairs. I can't comment on who owns it, but the dude who runs it (jason) is a class act and everyone who works there has been nothing but friendly and helpful.Contrast that with upstairs where it's high pressure sales by dudes who really aren't well informed on what they're selling.I had one guy tell me he owns every Alden model that the store carries, but was flummoxed when I asked him which Alden...
[[SPOILER]] Hard to say without knowing what you normally wear and intend to pair them with, but when I dropped in there a couple weeks ago I saw they have a #8 shell straight cap blucher. I'd be hard pressed to think of a shoe they carry that has more utility than that one.
Slightly off topic, but I figure there have to be some My Morning Jacket fans in this thread ... I think Jim James is wearing shell Indy's at 1:54 in this video http://youtu.be/zsvTfaAAVBg
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