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What AE are on sale for Nordstrom 2014 Anniversary Sale?

McAllister? Fifth Ave?

I'm not sure.. I just know I got a walnut strand and a black Park Ave.

IG
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Got my Walnut Strands from the Nordstrom Anniversary sale early access. Does anyone know how to combat the squeaky tongue rubbing when I walk?
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CANVASBACK ALL WEATHER BOOTS 
Interesting ...  Don't think I've seen these before



Found a pair of 10.5 D Canvasback at, of all places, Nordstrom Rack today. I'm a 10.5 D on the 5 last and while a completely different fit, a quick test shows I should be good in 10.5 D on the Canvasback as well.

$169 + tax, a few cosmetic scratches but these are boots so forgivable. They'll be rough weather boots and will shovel snow, don't need anything too rugged.
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Originally Posted by IndianaGeo View Post

I'm not sure.. I just know I got a walnut strand and a black Park Ave.

IG

At the small Nordstrom, there was Neumok, Strand, and Park Ave. A few loafers but had no desire to explore further. Surprisingly, some AE wasn't on sale like the Clifton. frown.gif
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Found a pair of 10.5 D Canvasback at, of all places, Nordstrom Rack today. I'm a 10.5 D on the 5 last and while a completely different fit, a quick test shows I should be good in 10.5 D on the Canvasback as well.

$169 + tax, a few cosmetic scratches but these are boots so forgivable. They'll be rough weather boots and will shovel snow, don't need anything too rugged.

Forgive me asking this, but why not just LL Bean duck boots? These look pretty unimpressive, as far as I am concerned whereas duck boots are pretty much classic.  

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Got my Walnut Strands from the Nordstrom Anniversary sale early access. Does anyone know how to combat the squeaky tongue rubbing when I walk?

I'm surprised you get with with balmorals. I think it's a little baby powder works
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Originally Posted by cincikid View Post

Forgive me asking this, but why not just LL Bean duck boots? These look pretty unimpressive, as far as I am concerned whereas duck boots are pretty much classic.  

I hear you. While this are hardly dressy, I think I can pull them off in non-Apocolypse weather like my office in a business-casual environment, unlike the LL Bean. Just my opinion.
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Hey guys - very new to the forum (first post).

 

I'm looking to grab a few pairs of AE's as I'm a brogue junky.


Any sales or sites to get them from without paying full pop?

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I hear you. While this are hardly dressy, I think I can pull them off in non-Apocolypse weather like my office in a business-casual environment, unlike the LL Bean. Just my opinion.

I like these better than the LL Beans - but yeah the Beans are classic's for sure.

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Just picked these Addisons up on the bay fairly cheap- I am sure they are no warranty so curious to see the defect - description said suede - I can not tell what the leather is - the regular issue of it was CXL right?- hoping to use these as a base to size some other loafers-curious what the flaw was or just returned after being worn. I needed something to give my boat shoes a break in the summer.

 

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about to order walnut stands, and brown moras. do you guys use a different brush for each colour? or just a different dauber but the same brush?
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I have a different brush for each. At only a few bucks a piece each it is a no brainer to me.
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I started getting different brushes for each color but always end up using the brushes interchangeably. I don't think I have noticed any color transfer, however, I try to work on shoes with same color each time.
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I thought you guys might like to see the progress of my cappuccino shell Dundees. These came pretty cloudy and caked in creme.

Here is an untreated, hazy Dundee




Let the arm workout begin...




Finished result



I think there is likely another round or two that needs to happen, but I am pleased with the initial result. The shell looks far healthier and has considerable more shine to it.
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For my calf shoes, I have a brown brush and a black brush. I have used the brown on AE Walnut to EG's Dark Oak and haven't noticed any transfer. For shell, I have a dark shell brush and a light shell brush. I feel like I'm missing some because I am picturing 6 brushes in my shoe kit. I think I have one for just knocking dust off of any and all colors and maybe one that I haven't used yet. That sounds about right.

With that said, I am expecting a couple more dark brown shoes so I think I'm going to dedicate one to dark brown just because I have an extra brush. I have only polished the walnut AE's a couple times...so in the long run it may be best to have a light brown only brush.
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