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Thanks guys. It would probabely be wise on part to go with bourbon as I don't have anything it that color, before they run out of inventory. I like the Mora, Flatiron and Lexington. I am also contemplating the Warwick in dark chili, but I am hesitating as it will most likely be relegated to dress attire only (man, I wish my brown Norwich would work out).

Clark Street is an interesting option that I hadn't thought about. Come to think about it, I have probably ignored it as it is on the 65 last, and it's my least favorite last.

Actually, I think the Clark Street is on the 108 last.
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Actually, I think the Clark Street is on the 108 last.

You are correct. I was thinking of the Oak Street, as the previous poster had mentioned.
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I stopped by the Rockefeller Center store in NYC on my way home from work. That store was half empty with all the clearance shoes pulled out. It was a pretty depressing, actually. Nothing really popped out, except the Cornwallis.
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Damn you Poron insoles! Why are you in most of the shoes I like. :censored: 

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Happy Monday everyone! Oxblood Eagle Rivers today. Not the best weather in NYC, but I couldn't resist.

Looking good in your Buffalo Wings! It's not bad this morning, just watch out fr stray road salt.
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I stopped by the Rockefeller Center store in NYC on my way home from work. That store was half empty with all the clearance shoes pulled out. It was a pretty depressing, actually. Nothing really popped out, except the Cornwallis.

.......OR.......

It's exciting that the new spring styles will be coming in.
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Long branches got me through the past few weeks during and post NYC blizzard.

Takes a beating and still cleans up great!

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Went with the oxblood Ascher today
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Actually, I think the Clark Street is on the 108 last.

 

Yup, 108. I always assumed the Oak Street was on the same last, too - but guess not. 

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hey guys have a sizing question. i tried on a pair of strand in 10D and they felt fine just a bit tight on my instep. ended up ordering a 10D and 10E Mcgregor with intention of returning whichever didnt fit. my one issue is that on my right foot which is a touch larger than my left, my pinky toe gets a bit cramped when i take a step. even on the 10E. is this something that will break in or would i need to try a 10.5D?the heel is plenty roomy so i probably shouldnt try an EE
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Happy Tuesday gentlemen!

 

This winter is definitely one of the strangest here in Boston. By now, we should have been dumped with snow. Can't complain with a high of 47 degrees and sunny today, though! Rocking the Park Avenues in brown cordovan. 

 

 

 

Have a great day!

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Dark chili Lexington's on a dainite sole. Such an awesome looking shoe... Can't wait till it gets here. It's going to be an awesome Oregon rainy season shoe.

I don't like ordering by phone- paranoid about getting the shipping address wrong.

 

It is an awesome looking shoe. I bought mine for rainy weather too.

 

If you already have a customer profile then they'll just select it on their computer if you call in an order for the shipping address. They've always confirmed my shipping address with the one in my profile when I've called in orders.

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I'm interested in getting into the boot game and I was thinking maybe the Dalton or the Dundee.  Any sizing recommendations for these boots in comparison to say the Strand or Park Ave?

 

Much appreciated.

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Hardly wear these, but reached for them today. Don't worry, I'll be back to boots soon.
Dark chili Rogue (2nds, damn eyelets). Went down a half size in length and up one in width from 65 last, mostly in attempt to control the volume of the shoe.
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I'm interested in getting into the boot game and I was thinking maybe the Dalton or the Dundee.  Any sizing recommendations for these boots in comparison to say the Strand or Park Ave?

 

Much appreciated.

 

If you got measured by one of the sales associates at Allen Edmonds, I would stick with the same size as your Park Avenues or Strands. Daltons and Dundees are ever so slightly roomier in my experience, but generally most shoes if not all should be the same size as any of your Allen Edmonds shoes. 

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Olive Neumoks today.

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