Here are some shoes that almost never get mentioned in this thread, but are one of my personal favorites.
Walton in chili burnished calf to wrap up the week yesterday.
I haven't seen where they publish their sales. That said, I haven't been able to figure them out at all. They run massive sales like they are going out of business (buy one get 3 free on suits that are over $1,000.00!? ) I dont' know how they sell anything at retail price when they run these crazy sales so frequently. Just keep an eye on them though, because I haven't seen more than a month go by without some insane sale they are running.
Not to derail the thread, but I have seen this mentioned before and it was something I, myself, was curious about a while ago. I'm not familiar with Jos A Bank's bookkeeping policies, but it is fairly common in a 'promotional' (read: sale oriented) retail business to "low-own" items on the books. Retail companies operate their inventory based on the retail value of the items ie a $1000 suit has a $1000 impact on your inventory levels. Jos A Bank and other promotional brands (think the type of stuff you find at Macy's always on sale) are able to "low-own" items in that they have an owned retail of something like $6-700 on a suit with a ticket retail (price tag) of $1000. Thus, on their books they are only being hit for $6-700 on that $1000 suit. This mainly affects the ability for the retailer to maintain their margin goals. There are lots of other details that are specific to the retail industry, but this principle is the basis of how Jos A Bank is able to market these suits at the prices they do. There are some legal stipulations as to what you can claim as your ticket price (has to be on the shelves at that price for 30 days or something similar), but you get the idea.
fwiw, I have a couple of Daltons in 8D and a pair of Strands in 7.5D. I find the comparison between the two (although different sizes) such that the Strands are significantly narrower. So my impression is the opposite of what you're asking.