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My Weybridges after a toe and heal shine session. Man I love these shoes, and definitely need to pick up some Flatirons.

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Are the AE Park and Fifth Avenues TTS (In Size D)? I'm a 9 in dress shoes/running shoes and 8.5 in boots. Been looking at pairs online but not quite sure if I should get them. Thanks.

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for those of you who like the Williams shoes. RL's Sanderson is on sale for $315+tax if you can find yourself a private-sale code.
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Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post

Are the AE Park and Fifth Avenues TTS (In Size D)? I'm a 9 in dress shoes/running shoes and 8.5 in boots. Been looking at pairs online but not quite sure if I should get them. Thanks.

 

Depends on what "dress shoes" you are saying you are a 9 in.  I, for example, am a 12D in most AEs, 11.5D in Alden Barrie, 13 in New Balance running shoes and either 13 or 14 in Nike running shoes.  If I were you, I'd just find a store (Jos. A Bank, Nordstrom, AE) to get sized and try them on.  

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Couple of shoe pics:

Yesterday: first outing of the Cambridges (yes, I've had them almost a month, and just wore them for the first time yesterday)

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Today: Macneils in walnut grain

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Shelton in walnut/brown.

 

http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF2811_1_40000000001_-1

 

Here's the link, you notice the allenedmonds website picture DOES NOT do it justice. My picture is much more realistic of the color pallette.

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Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post

Are the AE Park and Fifth Avenues TTS (In Size D)? I'm a 9 in dress shoes/running shoes and 8.5 in boots. Been looking at pairs online but not quite sure if I should get them. Thanks.

If they are sized like the Strand, I would say they are close to it. They are a bit narrower and longer than a TTS 9D though. I don't think they are long enough to go down a half size though.
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Couple of shoe pics:

Yesterday: first outing of the Cambridges (yes, I've had them almost a month, and just wore them for the first time yesterday)

IMG-20120425-00352.jpg

 

Today: Macneils in walnut grain

IMG-20120426-00354.jpg

 


What color are those Cambridges?  They look great.

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http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF2811_1_40000000001_-1

Here's the link, you notice the allenedmonds website picture DOES NOT do it justice. My picture is much more realistic of the color pallette.

Here's a pic I took. It is definitely a lovely shoe. I like how the sole edge shape mirrors the shoe.

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What color are those Cambridges?  They look great.

 

Thanks - they are the "burgundy shell cordovan" Cambridge

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Originally Posted by bucksfan View Post

Couple of shoe pics:

Yesterday: first outing of the Cambridges (yes, I've had them almost a month, and just wore them for the first time yesterday)

IMG-20120425-00352.jpg

 

Today: Macneils in walnut grain

IMG-20120426-00354.jpg

 


The Larchmont is the new longwing that AE came out with this year.  Have you tried them, and if you have, how do they compare to the McNeil? Thanks...

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The Larchmont is the new longwing that AE came out with this year.  Have you tried them, and if you have, how do they compare to the McNeil? Thanks...

 


I have seen them in the store.  The principal difference is the squared-off toe.  Take a look at the different views for the shoe on the Allen Edmonds website.  I have to say I like the round-toe look better.

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http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF2811_1_40000000001_-1

Here's the link, you notice the allenedmonds website picture DOES NOT do it justice. My picture is much more realistic of the color pallette.

Completely agree. I looked right past them on the AE site. The leather does not show nearly as nicely as in the photos posted her. Will seriously consider these now.
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The Larchmont is the new longwing that AE came out with this year.  Have you tried them, and if you have, how do they compare to the McNeil? Thanks...

 

I have not tried them, but I have tried the "Flatiron" which is on the same last.  It was very comfortable, but the extended, soft squared toe is not my style.  

 

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I have seen them in the store.  The principal difference is the squared-off toe.  Take a look at the different views for the shoe on the Allen Edmonds website.  I have to say I like the round-toe look better.

 

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Just joined the club, came in the mail today.

 

 

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And I have some McClain's on the way as well.

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