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Originally Posted by Gavilan View Post

So, a few weeks ago I came across this pair of 10 EEE Walnut Cordovan Strands at my local AE store and couldn't help but to buy them, even knowing that I'm a 9.5 EEE and they're a 1/2 size too large. After spending some time trying to convince myself  that they fit just fine and that my feet aren't swimming in them, I've had to face reality: they're a tad too large for my feet. And now they're for sale. Please PM me if interested. Brand new. First quality. Unworn, except on carpeted floors. Thanks.








(Shown in photo 2 above next to Walnut Calf Strands for comparison)
I PM'd you, but how much?
How does 10EEE fit vs. 11D?
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what type of specials were there last year on BF? 

 

What's the typical deal to expect? heavy discounts on clearance and minor discounts on favorites such as the Strands, Park Ave etc...?

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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post
 

what type of specials were there last year on BF? 

 

What's the typical deal to expect? heavy discounts on clearance and minor discounts on favorites such as the Strands, Park Ave etc...?


 I cant find the add but last year they had one boot that was rather cheesy that was a black friday only deal and they had a few other things on sale but no discounts on the classics line that I remember

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Originally Posted by Gavilan View Post
 

So, a few weeks ago I came across this pair of 10 EEE Walnut Cordovan Strands at my local AE store and couldn't help but to buy them, even knowing that I'm a 9.5 EEE and they're a 1/2 size too large. After spending some time trying to convince myself  that they fit just fine and that my feet aren't swimming in them, I've had to face reality: they're a tad too large for my feet. And now they're for sale. Please PM me if interested. Brand new. First quality. Unworn, except on carpeted floors. Thanks.

 

 

(Shown in photo 2 above next to Walnut Calf Strands for comparison)

 

Wow. I'm wondering if I could go down half a size? ;-)  Perhaps @peppercorn78 is interested?

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Edited by RitchieBro - 11/26/14 at 7:50pm
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Wow. I'm wondering if I could go down half a size? ;-)  Perhaps @peppercorn78
 is interested?

Thanks, but I'm on the large size on 10.5 3E. 20 would definitely be too small. Lovely shoes though...
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This link is for LAST YEAR!

Sorry I was referencing my post one above talking about what they have done in years past

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Sorry I was referencing my post one above talking about what they have done in years past

I know, I realized that later. Sorry.
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I see AE posts better pics on their FB profile.

The Mcgregor's in suede are looking great.

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Maybe a stupid question:

What is the difference between Shell and Chromexcel leather?
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Maybe a stupid question:

What is the difference between Shell and Chromexcel leather?

 

Shell is horse, and Chromexcel is cow. They're both oil-stuffed leathers with pull-up. Shell is beautiful, but is also quite expensive.  Chromexcel isn't as pretty, but it can look a bit more like shell than regular calf. Chromexcel is more likely to take a rough, distressed look as it ages.

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Shell is horse, and Chromexcel is cow. They're both oil-stuffed leathers with pull-up. Shell is beautiful, but is also quite expensive.  Chromexcel isn't as pretty, but it can look a bit more like shell than regular calf. Chromexcel is more likely to take a rough, distressed look as it ages.

Thanks! Looking at some 1000 mile boots and wanted to know.
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what fees have canadians here got from shoebank's fedex delivery? im expecting no duty, 13% tax, but does fedex collect brokerage at the door or was it included in the shipping price?
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Thanks! Looking at some 1000 mile boots and wanted to know.
I own the Wolverine 1000 Mile in brown w/plain toe, LOVE THEM. Do not hesitate, totally worth it....J
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