Just came across this AE shoes on ebay, can anyone tell what model it is? http://www.ebay.de/itm/360628099350
That looks like Players in suede. Special makeup.
Myself, I am still looking for a way to find out the correct size/width for Patriot Cordovans. Cambridge fits well at 11.5E, Strand and McTavish at 11.5D. The Patriots I could try today (However, no Cordovans but Football Grain ) at 11.0E seemed to fit well in width but were just a bit too short. My assumption would be that 11.5D therefore would probably do?
So what would you guys recommend?
well, I do have a pony in this race and never have I heard of a single person with autism say they actually are an alien. It's one thing for someone with this affliction to describe how it sometimes feels trying to cope with this disability, but it's an entirely different matter for someone else to insinuate that someone with autism is sub-human or such or vice-versa. Stereotyping is based on prejudice, ignorance and hate. Would you think it ok to call a child non-human for having a birth defect that made them look or feel different? There's absolutely no difference.
I think you took his comments a little too seriously. I would be willing to bet that the OP is not prejudiced at all and was simply making a satirical comment regarding foo's trolling attempt.
Of course it would not be acceptable to call a child 'non-human'. That is not what he was doing.
Now...let's get back to the shoes!
The player isn't a long-wing like the shoe in the link. Did you mean the MacNeil?
Actually, this is the tightest I could lace them up.
EE already causes great slippage on the heel. I think EEE would make it worse. Thanks for the suggestion though!
Good call; they're very close: http://shop.freemanssportingclub.com/collections/footwear/products/ae-x-fsc-mcneil
Sadly Allen Edmonds does not make a 6.5 in EEE. I think my foot is not meant for the 5 last. Do you think the Vernon on the 8 last would make a good formal shoe?
I don't know. What's the main ingredient? With Saphir, the calfskin polish has turpentine (or something similar) to help the polish penetrate into the shoe. The cordovan cream, however, is primarily neatsfoot oil as turpentine is harmful to shell.
It's not like AE polish is that expensive, why not get the appropriate calfskin polish?
I am just wondering out of curiousity if i can use it or not... because if I can't, I'll just give it to someone on here who already asked for it.
I'll take a look at the ingredients later.