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I think the combo is pretty bad... but to each their own I guess.


Edited by Suit Up - 6/30/13 at 8:37am
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Originally Posted by ElDave View Post

For what it's worth, I'm 27 and I think it's awful.

29 and I concur
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Originally Posted by lemmywinks View Post

I need a shoe that is:

Brown

Pairs well with a dress shirt and jeans/chinos/odd trousers.

Decently comfortable to walk with long distances.

Which Allen Edmonds shoe am I looking at?

Delray
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I already have the McTavish in black and the waxy tan but the more I look at the distressed brown:

 

 

the more I want a pair.

 

On clearance for $247.00 on the website.

 

They even look good on the AE website pictures, which is rare.

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Any have sizing advice on the Player's Shoe? I take a 9.5D in the Strand. How do the lasts compare?

And can I expect walnut to darken over time to at least a medium brown color?
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I wear an 11.5 D in Strand and the 11D players shoe are way to narrow. I solid suggest a 9E.
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I wear an 11.5 D in Strand and the 11D players shoe are way to narrow. I solid suggest a 9E.
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Does anyone know if the shell cordovan park aves fit the same as the calf park aves? Thinking about picking up a pair during the next sale.

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Originally Posted by samadhi27 View Post

Does anyone know if the shell cordovan park aves fit the same as the calf park aves? Thinking about picking up a pair during the next sale.

They do for me.
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Originally Posted by David Copeland View Post

 

Oh come on . . . Some of you are showing your old age.  [ wink ]

 

Maybe the picture depicts someone who is younger, more fit, more in tune with his style . . . than some of us "old folks". 

 

The OP was asking about saving $100 off the cost of Daltons and having a wardrobe to go along with it.  There are many, many more picture samples of wearing Daltons with in a business suit.  Just Google it in Images.

He's wearing the matching orphaned jacket and vest from a suit with a pair of dark grey pants and a completely random shirt. That's a pretty shxtty outfit in any age group.

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Hi guys, 

               I am in the market for my first first allen edmond. I am looking for something that can be worn with suits or jeans.

I narrowed down to strand walnut / park avenue black. I am going to New York for 4th of July weekend. Can anyone suggest the best place/deal to buy one or both these shoes? Looks like nordstrom will have sale around July 10th but it appears like lot of people are gunning for that sale ;).

 

Also if anyone knows any reliable ebay seller for AE shoes please let me know. 

 

Thanks in advance

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Personally, I don't think a black park ave would look that great with jeans
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I would buy from an AE store (Rockefeller Center is my favorite) and ask them to price match Nordstrom. That should allow you access to all of the various widths that AE offers.
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

I would buy from an AE store (Rockefeller Center is my favorite) and ask them to price match Nordstrom. That should allow you access to all of the various widths that AE offers.

If this can be done that would be awesome. Thanks msulinski.

 

@rydenfan Thanks. I agree that was my dilemma. What do u think about walnut / brown park avenue ?Looks good in pics.

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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

I would buy from an AE store (Rockefeller Center is my favorite) and ask them to price match Nordstrom. That should allow you access to all of the various widths that AE offers.

 

Have you had success in them price matching Nordstrom before?

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