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This needs a "yes, when I was four years old" option.
Quote: Originally Posted by Man Of Lint I can't wait to get my hands on a pair of these beauties... http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...id=76682825706 I see the appeal, but every time I look at it I wonder what to wear with it.
Nick and Eddies did, give them a call and see if they still do
Seriously, no link?
A woman turned to look at my black AE Park Avenues a second time. I walked out of the restaurant shortly after her, she held the door for me to get a look at the rest of me.
Quote: Originally Posted by vincerich Nice mix-and-match shoe trees. haha, didn't even notice that.
I can't decide if I like the vintage Allen Edmonds Dickson or not. What's your opinion? I'm leaning toward yes.
Was your baby injured in any way? Did the company actively try to hide the expiration date from you? If the answer to either of these questions is no, then the answer to your question is no.
Sounds like a child's size. The 12/14 being age. I assume next would be L(16/18).
They are DRIVING loafers, they are for DRIVING. Walking in DRIVING loafers damages them. They are designed for DRIVING. If you find a pair of loafers that don't get damaged from walking they are NOT DRIVING loafers. If you have a sports car and want narrow shoes for fast DRIVING, get DRIVING loafers. If that description doesn't fit, don't get DRIVING loafers. How often does this question come up anyway? I've been here a month and it seems way too often.
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