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.
I'm not sure they thing in terms of individual styles so much. If these two models are selling well, they'll probably keep them both in the lineup despite the overlap.