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Nordstrom Anniversary AE Sale Prices

Early Access - July 9-16

Sale - July 17 - Aug 2


PA - $257.90 (Black/Dark Brown Burnished)

Strand - $257.90 (Walnut)

Carlyle - $257.90 (Black/Walnut)

McAllister - $257.90 (Black/Walnut)

Strandmok - $196.90 (Brown)

Dalton - $284.90 (Burnished Walnut)

'Odenwald' Chukka Boot - $196.90 (Black/Brown)

'Cavanaugh' Penny Loafer - $183.90 (Black/Walnut)

'Urbino' Tassel Loafer - $233.90 (Black)

That seems like a killer price for Dalton 1sts

and for a great mans man boot the Oddenwald is a killer at that price...I have the brown and was skeptical with the light toe...but it is a great boot and do not be discouraged by the leather sole- mine is not slippery- just break it in and rough it up - it is easily now my most complimented pair of boots I wear. 

 

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Gobi love on a rare pants wearing summer day

 

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Bourbon mora today...
Thanks for this post Gabru, because I wanted to show you some love for inspiring my latest sole recolor, on my now underutilized Bourbon Larchmont; your Moras look great, BTW. With flash the soles appear red, without flash best reps the true color. Will get much more use from these now, too




Has "Bourbon Thursday" already been proposed? It sounds cool.
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and for a great mans man boot the Oddenwald is a killer at that price...I have the brown and was skeptical with the light toe...but it is a great boot and do not be discouraged by the leather sole- mine is not slippery- just break it in and rough it up - it is easily now my most complimented pair of boots I wear. 

 

I have been going back and forth on these for awhile.  At 196 for new I think I might have to jump on it. I wonder if AE will price match since Nordstrom does not have my size.  Being in Seattle I think I want to add the rubber soles.  

 

Thank you for the picture.

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What's the "general" opinion on AE Casual Loafers? 

 

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@rahrah12 I considered putty a commando tap toppy on these when I got them and if I was dealing with the frequent misty/rain of Seattle I would have. My guess is when I resole these I will go with a commando style with a non commando heel block

 

like the heelblock on this wolverine

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and for a great mans man boot the Oddenwald is a killer at that price...I have the brown and was skeptical with the light toe...but it is a great boot and do not be discouraged by the leather sole- mine is not slippery- just break it in and rough it up - it is easily now my most complimented pair of boots I wear. 
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I don't generally buy black shoes/boots. But the Odenwald in black with brown edge and cream/white laces is drawing me in. They remind me of those vintage boxing boots.
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What's the "general" opinion on AE Casual Loafers? 

 

 

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If they fit well and you like them then they are fine - not able to recraft them with sole changes - basically once they are worn they are trash. Nothing wrong with that for the right priced shoe

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If they fit well and you like them then they are fine - not able to recraft them with sole changes - basically once they are worn they are trash. Nothing wrong with that for the right priced shoe

I paid $35 - not really worry about the recrafting. 

 

I liked them, funny thing is that they look actually pretty good, I was wearing casual wear and I felt like the shoes were too much. but maybe was just in my head. 

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Update on my early post from the week.  Paul Grangaard if you are reading this I will say you have a amazing staff working for you at Allen Edmonds.  Holly and Rae Ann have been nothing but  helpful.  

 

Holly overnighted a 2nd pair of Jeffersons to me, and this pair, same thing the lackluster craftsmanship is appalling. Most of my 2nd quals look better than this. Looks like it will be a no go with my Jefferson. 

 

I know this hasn't been the trend with allen edmonds, I have some 8 year old AE that are in great shape and put together real nicely.  This year alone I had to send back a pair of Strands and PA to get the heels redone (both brand new).  Hopefully this does not continue. 

 

 

 

 

 

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I just want y'all's opinion to see if I am being too picky. I bought these first quality Jeffersons from the clearance sale for $387, after getting some horrendous seconds. I also own a pair of seconds in brown that look awesome besides a mis aligned medallion.

So here is the pics of the first qual Jefferson. I sent a email to Rae Ann at Allen Edmonds when I noticed the bubbling, and was offered a 15% discount. I was content until I noticed the cuts in the leather, (very minor) and difference in the back height of the shoe.

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recently received a pair of Patriots in 10.5 D. The instep is too low for my foot. If I exchange for a wider size will this remedy the instep problem Im experiencing, or is the Patriot simply not suited for my foot?

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AE/RL Singletons. (Wearing sock liners for all you purists):

 

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Got my tent sale daltons in. They look great... But I think I found the seconds problem. The left shoe SQUEAKS. Only the left shoe and narrowed it down to the tongue.
Will a squeaky ae fix itself? Is there anything to be done? Maybe some conditioner will soften it up? Would hate to have to return them.
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Got my tent sale daltons in. They look great... But I think I found the seconds problem. The left shoe SQUEAKS. Only the left shoe and narrowed it down to the tongue.
Will a squeaky ae fix itself? Is there anything to be done? Maybe some conditioner will soften it up? Would hate to have to return them. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Condition inside and out - leave a day then hit with some baby powder - squeak will be gone.

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