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Awesome! Delray doesn't have it so a cleaner look. I may have noticed that handling them, but not likely from the photos.

 

jb

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Brown cordovan Strands today.

 

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^^ Thanks for the assistance.
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Strands today. Recently got the vibram sole added by my cobbler.






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my matrix of AE current dress styles. There are a couple on there that are discontinued but still available.

 

No slip-ons, travelers, boots, or orthodics are included. If the shoe only shows up when looking at clearance, I don't show that either. I'm mainly trying to keep up with current availability.

 

Someone with better info can correct my errors or omissions.

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That matrix is helpful. Thank you. AE needs something like that on their website.
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Can you guys explain the difference in the delray and the lasalle? both derby, split-toe, 108 last?

 

 

 

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Hmmm. The Lasalle is $350 and the Delray is $385.  So, other than the heel cap, the answer is $35. Yes, I am strangely literal.

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Heel cup pattern - one has it one does not
Also, the area around the eye stays is cut and stitched slightly differently.
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I was browsing the Shoebank and noticed a RothsayBrown Waxy Lug and it instantly made me think of @watchidiot's MTO from way back when. I hope it follows suit with the natural reverse split welt, contrast stitching and tan laces. I also hope there's a shoutout to you in the description!
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I need two types of shoes.

1. I need a black dress shoe however I didn't want to go with the typical park Ave. Any recommendations. Although not formal would the mcgreger work? I was also considering the Madison Park or the Fifth Avenue.

2. I need another versatile brown shoe. I have the University and brown, the Macallister in Walnut, a JM in Chilli. I'm not crazy about bourbon. Thx



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I need two types of shoes.

1. I need a black dress shoe however I didn't want to go with the typical park Ave. Any recommendations. Although not formal would the mcgreger work? I was also considering the Madison Park or the Fifth Avenue.

2. I need another versatile brown shoe. I have the University and brown, the Macallister in Walnut, a JM in Chilli. I'm not crazy about bourbon. Thx



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Black Cornwalis and Dark Chili Strand.
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^ the dark chili strand is a Nordstrom only shoe or shoebank.
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Also, the area around the eye stays is cut and stitched slightly differently.


Still, I don't get the segmentation they're after. why have 4 split-toe styles? 2 on the same last?

 

ok the Bradley I get because it has raised seams and is only in shell, but Delray, Lasalle and Walton?

 

Why have 3 longwings?

 

oh well, they have years of successful operation and I've been buying their shoes for 2 years, so what do I know anyway.

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Black Cornwalis and Dark Chili Strand.


or Brown Cornwallis.

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^ the dark chili strand is a Nordstrom only shoe or shoebank.

 

Your SA could still order it for you. I'm not sure if they're strictly supposed to do it, but they can.

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