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Originally Posted by OptoDoc View Post

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I don't have a Twitter, but if I did, I'd request they bring back the Bayfield, Hale and Evanston.
 

Soho as well 

post #21302 of 46882
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Originally Posted by OptoDoc View Post

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I don't have a Twitter, but if I did, I'd request they bring back the Bayfield, Hale and Evanston.
 

AE still makes the Bayfield for Lands End.  Evanston and soho are great suggestions.  I'm also partial to an old version of the Clifton, which was an 8 last balmoral with a well placed cap toe line.

post #21303 of 46882
Maybe the Byron?
post #21304 of 46882
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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

AE still makes the Bayfield for Lands End. 

 

This is true, but only in a dark brown D width.

post #21305 of 46882
Question:

If you had to pick a shoe that represents the spirit, the history, the tradition and the uniqueness of Allen Edmonds, what model would it be?
In other words, which model of Allen Admonds IS Allen Edmonds?
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Park Ave

post #21307 of 46882
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Originally Posted by kentyman View Post

No, it's 15% off anything that's not featured on this list or already marked down because they're Closeouts. The $159 for Brooks Brothers or Ralph Lauren models does not get an extra 15% off.

What exactly are the Brooks Brothers and Ralph Lauren models that are $159?
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Originally Posted by microbrew View Post


What exactly are the Brooks Brothers and Ralph Lauren models that are $159?

There are too many to identify.  My suggestion is that you ask the Shoebank for a list of shoes available in your size and then Google the names to see what they look like.

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This is the guy who had a super wide gap wearing a size 7D walnut strand. I took the forum's advice and moved down half a size and wider and exchanging it for a 6.5E. Here's how it looks like:

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ball of my feet still feels like it's on the widest part of the shoe, which was also true for size 7D. My toes aren't cramped together but the circled area and the upper area feels pretty tight. It's also a lot harder for me to slip my foot in the shoe even with a shoe horn. The tongue gets pushed down and my socks get scrunched back when I put on the shoes making for a tight feel and uncomfortable experience putting my foot in.

 

 

 

Plus the gap is still there albeit a little smaller. The picture makes it appear wider than it seems. In reality, the gap still exist but perhaps not as wide. 

 

Should I go back to size 7? And with that, EE? Or would 7E be wider than 6.5E? No gap would be the ideal look so should I keep raising the width until it closes up completely?

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Originally Posted by microbrew View Post


What exactly are the Brooks Brothers and Ralph Lauren models that are $159?


Brooks Bros, you'll see the word "Brooks" under the shoe name (e.g., Brooks Strand)

 

Ralph Lauren, there's only a handful of models that are RLs...Saunderson, Slaton, Singleton, Saunders. 

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Originally Posted by CornToast View Post

This is the guy who had a super wide gap wearing a size 7D walnut strand. I took the forum's advice and moved down half a size and wider and exchanging it for a 6.5E. Here's how it looks like:

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

The ball of my feet still feels like it's on the widest part of the shoe, which was also true for size 7D. My toes aren't cramped together but the circled area and the upper area feels pretty tight. It's also a lot harder for me to slip my foot in the shoe even with a shoe horn. The tongue gets pushed down and my socks get scrunched back when I put on the shoes making for a tight feel and uncomfortable experience putting my foot in.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Plus the gap is still there albeit a little smaller. The picture makes it appear wider than it seems. In reality, the gap still exist but perhaps not as wide. 

 

Should I go back to size 7? And with that, EE? Or would 7E be wider than 6.5E? No gap would be the ideal look so should I keep raising the width until it closes up completely?

 

Hopefully I'm not giving you bad advice here, but at this point I think you should worry about comfort level first (whether it's 7D or 6.5E) and closing the gap second.  I believe some people's insteps are just high and closing the gap just might not be reasonably attainable. 

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Originally Posted by OptoDoc View Post

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I don't have a Twitter, but if I did, I'd request they bring back the Bayfield, Hale and Evanston.

The bayfield can still be ordered through AE.
post #21313 of 46882
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Originally Posted by charliebrown2 View Post

 

Hopefully I'm not giving you bad advice here, but at this point I think you should worry about comfort level first (whether it's 7D or 6.5E) and closing the gap second.  I believe some people's insteps are just high and closing the gap just might not be reasonably attainable. 

7D had a really huge gap. I'm thinking maybe moving back up to 7E or 7EE. I don't live close to an Allen Edmonds store so I can't really try it out and it takes a week or longer for the exchange process.

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Originally Posted by CornToast View Post

This is the guy who had a super wide gap wearing a size 7D walnut strand. I took the forum's advice and moved down half a size and wider and exchanging it for a 6.5E. Here's how it looks like:

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ball of my feet still feels like it's on the widest part of the shoe, which was also true for size 7D. My toes aren't cramped together but the circled area and the upper area feels pretty tight. It's also a lot harder for me to slip my foot in the shoe even with a shoe horn. The tongue gets pushed down and my socks get scrunched back when I put on the shoes making for a tight feel and uncomfortable experience putting my foot in.

 

 

 

Plus the gap is still there albeit a little smaller. The picture makes it appear wider than it seems. In reality, the gap still exist but perhaps not as wide. 

 

Should I go back to size 7? And with that, EE? Or would 7E be wider than 6.5E? No gap would be the ideal look so should I keep raising the width until it closes up completely?

 

Have you been measured by AE?  That should really be your first step in light of how bad both fits look.  If that's not possible, I would try a 7E or a 6.5EE before a 7EE as these would be the next incremental steps.  You really need to be professionally fitted, though.

 

Edit:  I see you cannot get to an AE.  How about a Nordstrom or any other department store that might carry AE's.  We're just stabbing in the dark on sizing if you have never been professionally measured by AE or someone that sells AE's.

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Originally Posted by CornToast View Post

7D had a really huge gap. I'm thinking maybe moving back up to 7E or 7EE. I don't live close to an Allen Edmonds store so I can't really try it out and it takes a week or longer for the exchange process.


Yup..it's going to take a lot of patience.  Just don't sacrifice comfort for gap.  Good luck!

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