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I see at least three new pairs for me, not counting belts and pairs that I already had on my list. My wife will be thrilled!
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Cross post from MTO thread:

Found a copy online of the spring catalog with the new styles and leathers, including loafers in new green, red, and blue CXL. Seems to be everything we've already seen except the new made-in-DR loafers and shoes returning such as the Desoto entering the regular line and the Jomoc returning as the "Jodox".

https://www.behance.net/gallery/23759825/Allen-Edmonds-Cataloging-New-Spring-Styles-2015

Sorry. My previous post was supposed to include this catalog link.
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(x-post from MTO thread)

Maiden voyage . . . navy shell Leeds:


such a stylish makeup...I'd give anything to see these with some Tan, Cream or Orange colored laces.
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I had my first experience receiving shoes from the Shoe Bank today and I must say for seconds these are practically flawless. I can't imagine buying AE any other way in the future.


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Soliciting opinions of the Shaker Heights boots (the brown/olive tweed in particular). AE refers to these as "dress boots" but I'm concerned these may be too casual to be worn to the office, albeit not an overly conservative workplace by any means. Does the style of these boots limit their usefulness/versatility? Does the tweed limit wear to strictly to fall/winter months?

Thanks in advance.
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Here's a photo of the ones I'm considering ...
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I had my first experience receiving shoes from the Shoe Bank today and I must say for seconds these are practically flawless. I can't imagine buying AE any other way in the future.
 
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Congrats. Those MacNeils look great.

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Burnished red was so poor I recolored it with burgundy Cordova cream


Assuming that's a before/after shot, that is pretty sad.  Some sort of weird burnish pink color on the left there.  I like the burgundy polished side better.  I'd be pretty grumpy to order red and get pink.

 

One of my local stores has a set of black and orange shoes made with basketball leather.  I think they are really cool.  I don't think I could actually wear them, but they are cool.  I could however wear some of the current special in multitone with the right colors.

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@Burzan great color! I wish they still offered it.

No kidding that is beautiful

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Has anyone considered adding a heavier sole to their Cronmoks? I just lucked into a pair for very cheap, and I'd like for them to have just a bit more grip. 

 

I already tried the Long Branches but couldn't find them in the right size/color/sole combo (returned the pair I bought)

 

Thanks

 

You could always have a mini lug toppy added and heel piece...probably pretty cheap to do through B Nelson

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The 12D Bayfields on eBay are cordovan COLOR, not shell cordovan

gasp, thank god.  I read the posting so quickly because I didnt want it to be true.  I feel much better.

 

Who even calls a color cordovan?  Someone trying to trick people (like me)

I say just call them burgundy 

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Originally Posted by polishrifle View Post

Soliciting opinions of the Shaker Heights boots (the brown/olive tweed in particular). AE refers to these as "dress boots" but I'm concerned these may be too casual to be worn to the office, albeit not an overly conservative workplace by any means. Does the style of these boots limit their usefulness/versatility? Does the tweed limit wear to strictly to fall/winter months?

Thanks in advance.

 

Shaker heights junkee hear so take it with a grain of salt....I have worn them with slacks and thought they went well...I would so three season is fine for them.

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Burnished red was so poor I recolored it with burgundy Cordova cream

  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Assuming that's a before/after shot, that is pretty sad.  Some sort of weird burnish pink color on the left there.  I like the burgundy polished side better.  I'd be pretty grumpy to order red and get pink.

 

One of my local stores has a set of black and orange shoes made with basketball leather.  I think they are really cool.  I don't think I could actually wear them, but they are cool.  I could however wear some of the current special in multitone with the right colors.

 

It was terrible to say the least...the shoe itself was made great.

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Originally Posted by Ulsterman View Post

I had my first experience receiving shoes from the Shoe Bank today and I must say for seconds these are practically flawless. I can't imagine buying AE any other way in the future.



Nice pick ups! I'm really surprised how good seconds are.
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Another. Bleeker Street question.....

I was under the impression that these had a partial cushioned insole at the heel (similar to my Regent Streets). Can someone who has a pair please comment, and perhaps provide a ohi to of what the insole looks like?

Dont know about the regent streets.

Does this help you out? 

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