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Went with the oxblood Ascher today
I think the Dundee 2.0 in brown grain would be great for you. I bought a pair for wet / rainy days and really like them. I was going to also suggest the MacNeil 2.0 in brown grain, but with the chili McGregors you already have a wingtip and you don't have a chukka.Another option may be the Clark Street in brown (not sure if they have your size). I have that shoe and it is great for rainy days and would work well with your wardrobe.Chris
I have 2 pair of MacNeils both in the same size and 95% of my other AE's and they fit great for me.Chris
No - these look more red due to the sun shining through the window and crappy phone camera.This is closer to the actual colorThey are truly dark brown
Inaugural run for the brown grain MacNeil 2.0. These look great with flannel.
I also have them in black and the late 1990's version of bourbon
Old School - Bridgetons from the late 1990's. Complete with crappy office carpet.
My understanding is Bourbon is Walnut with black burnishing applied. I had a similar experience with Flatiron and Strand. I bought the Flatiron in Bourbon when they first came out. The Flatiron was one of the first Bourbon offerings I remember. I later bought a Bourbon Strand and noticed it was much darker and had more "depth" to it. My speculation is when they started doing the Bourbon color they weren't using as much black burnishing. But they gradually started...
Better pics of the new Brown Grain MacNeil 2.0
Dainite sole - that's one of the reasons I picked them up. I thought grain and Dainite would be perfect for rainy days.Chris
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