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This is a pair of lightly worn Rugby selvedge jeans from maybe 2009. Not sure if they have any value, but I thought I'd offer them up here before giving them away. If anyone wants to take a chance on them, I'll throw them in an envelope (nicely) and ship for $25. These are made in China, but not I'm sure where the denim is from. The denim is pretty nice, though. I think these were rinsed when new. Denim is still stiff, minimal fading. I think I've washed them...
Is the right shoe cordovan? If so, stop complaining. I think this belongs on the MTO thread.
Not sure if you're interested in the Italian collection. I found those to fit me well, when everything else would not work. I know, because I tried on everything they had in the store!
They've done this promotion in the past, so I don't think it's just your local store. No, they won't give you more than one credit. It's a great organization, BTW. I think last time I brought in several pairs, and then never ended up using the credit!Also, what they've done in the past is an honor system, where they would give you the $35 credit on the webiste if you pledged to donate a pair of shoes. I always thought that was a really nice show of trust and...
The FIRST and ONLY Khan!
Those look too good to ruin by actually wearing them. What a stunning makeup!That is a great idea. (broken record alert here): If I were the AE CEO, I'd but trolling that thread and putting many of the makeups into production.
This:orthis:Come on, AE! You are missing out on a great product here!OK, the Promontory Point is a fine rugged boot. But why can't they add something utterly fantastic like your MTO?
This isn't a direct answer to your question, but here is my personal conclusions being in a similar situation - which is having more shoes than I need.1. Focus on fit. Only keep shoes if they fit really well. There is no reason to be hurting your feet and potentially causing bigger problems. If you've experimented with lasts, get rid of the shoes that you know you should not be tempted to wear.2. How much are the shoes worth? It might be that what you get is not...
Beautiful! Another winner. I think AE should consider placing these MTO designs into production. Or just turn over all their boot design to this thread...
Thanks, Ben. I'll shoot you an email.
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