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If I have a bit of heel slippage and some room by the toes in 6.5E McTav's (but not enough of either to change sizes) is it safe to assume that in dressier 5 last shoes I should keep the same size? Would getting a BB model make a difference?
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I've got a little bit of cap-creasing going on here on my Strands. Absolutely LOVE the shoes, and the fit has been confirmed by Nordstrom fitting (no AE store anywhere near me). They feel comfy, certainly in length. If anything, still a bit tight in width, but nothing worrisome and only been worn half a dozen times, so likely not fully broken in. I'm not worried about the cap-creases, but is it normal? SHOULD I be concerned? Thanks everyone!
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Does anyone know if they sell the shoe trees in AE stores at the same price as online? 2 for $40? How about brushes, polishes, etc?

Or, on the other hand, does anyone know if Nordstrom Rack sells the full toe Woodlore trees? Or only the split/combination?

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ClambakeSkate View Post

Does anyone know if they sell the shoe trees in AE stores at the same price as online? 2 for $40? How about brushes, polishes, etc?

Or, on the other hand, does anyone know if Nordstrom Rack sells the full toe Woodlore trees? Or only the split/combination?

Thanks!


I would assume AE stores would be willing to price match their website.

 

I've only seen the split-toe shoe trees at nordstrom, never the full

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Originally Posted by ClambakeSkate View Post

Does anyone know if they sell the shoe trees in AE stores at the same price as online? 2 for $40? How about brushes, polishes, etc?

Or, on the other hand, does anyone know if Nordstrom Rack sells the full toe Woodlore trees? Or only the split/combination?

Thanks!

 

My local AE store (Denver, CO) sells the shoe trees for the same 2 for $40 deal. They also have a full line of shoe care products and even sell some things like Venetian Shoe Cream that you cannot get online. I mention the store as it may be specific to location. I was in the Denver store a month or so ago, and they had a selection of shoes on sale but not the entire collection. This matched exactly what was listed on line. The next day I was in the AE store in New Orleans, and they had all of their shoes on sale, including shell. 

 

I've never seen full toe trees at my local Rack, and I usually try and look for them when I go. 

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Need some input. I received my chukkamok seconds, and Kristal advised me there would be a small stain, potentially grease, on the right toebox. She said I could email her a picture and she would give me a discount depending on how bad it was. I really like these boots, they are extremely comfortable, and the stain seems to be something that doesnt come off just by scratching with a fingernail. What are your thoughts? They were 159 and there is a potential discount, on the other hand I could return them and wait for seconds to become available, or just get my money back:

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by DerangedGoose View Post

Need some input. I received my chukkamok seconds, and Kristal advised me there would be a small stain, potentially grease, on the right toebox. She said I could email her a picture and she would give me a discount depending on how bad it was. I really like these boots, they are extremely comfortable, and the stain seems to be something that doesnt come off just by scratching with a fingernail. What are your thoughts? They were 159 and there is a potential discount, on the other hand I could return them and wait for seconds to become available, or just get my money back:








That would drive me crazy having to look at that every day, I wouldn't even wear...
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I have AE leather lotion, Im hoping theres something I can use to try and get the stain out...maybe renomat? If I can get the stain out and a patrial refund from AE, that would make them a great deal...

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I dont think the stain will be too noticeable while on your feet, should be able to diminish the appearance with some lotion/cleaner

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Whats the refund amount?
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Just sent a pair back for a recraft yesterday; anyone know the turnaround time right now?
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Okay, somebody help me- went back to the AE store (I have GOT to get out of Atlanta!!) and just fell in love with this-

 

 

I saw it on the website and thought yuch- saw it in person and against all rational thought it hit my "it's just so damn ugly it's cute" button, then I tried it on- footgasm!! Just SO comfortable... and looks great with jeans!

 

Should I get that, or this one?

 

 

Any input would be appreciated- I will probably go back tomorrow and get one of them... maybe someone has both, one is more more versatile than the other, more comfortable long term?

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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

Whats the refund amount?

 

Im not sure, I havent asked. The stain looks like it has set pretty strongly, is leather lotion strong enough to get it out?

 

I feel like maybe 50 bucks would make it worth it, otherwise I should probably just return them

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Originally Posted by Busa View Post

Okay, somebody help me- went back to the AE store (I have GOT to get out of Atlanta!!) and just fell in love with this-

 

Should I get that, or this one?

 

 

Any input would be appreciated- I will probably go back tomorrow and get one of them... maybe someone has both, one is more more versatile than the other, more comfortable long term?

 

I definitely favor the balmoral. One can never have too many blue shoes??

CH

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