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Worth keeping? Only concerned with the knick getting bigger over time. [IMG]
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Worth keeping? Only concerned with the knick getting bigger over time. [IMG]

I would return them, even though with the inside metal piece, it won't probably won't bigger, but it's just not right.
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Thanks for the reply. I'll get the DSLR out tonight to snap some shots, and I just so happen to be borrowing an awesome macro lens (105mm 2.8 for any photo buffs out there) so I should be able to get a decent pic.

Maybe I'm just being picky, but for $300 I want them to be right! lol.

-Scott
Well, I got pics. Not from the DSLR after all, my cell phone managed a good one! See the dark circles by the holes for the laces?



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a bit of renovateur and polish can fix that.
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Walnut McAllisters today:

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Walnut McAllisters today:

Very nice!! I want that shoe but have the merlot McAllister and walnut Strand so it makes no sense. I'll expand my colours some more and then at some point I'll certainly grab a pair.

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a bit of renovateur and polish can fix that.

 

Hmmm.... I wasn't planning to spend the $$ on the Renovateur, I did buy the Allen Edmonds shoe care products, the cleaner/conditioner, wax polish, and the liquid premium polish.  Will that do the trick?

 

I don't want to have to buy another product just so my shoes are right, ya know? I'd rather have them replaced if it would take buying something else just to get them to where I feel they should be off the line.

 

-Scott

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Thanks. Coincidentally I no longer have these and I'm in the process of getting a shell pair made. If you look closely there is some excessive creasing on the vamp, and a slight amount of bowing. While working with AE on a shell MTO and trying to get the size correct, I mentioned this, sent them a few pictures, and then was asked to send them up for inspection. They were out of spec and had some flaws in the leather, so they offered to send me a new pair. I took the opportunity to upgrade to shell. Great customer service at AE, and I'm looking forward to my first pair of black shell. 

You may not be happy with having shell for an oxford style shoe. The shell will appear to bend and crease and is not a desired look with such a formal shoe as the PA.
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Hmmm.... I wasn't planning to spend the $$ on the Renovateur, I did buy the Allen Edmonds shoe care products, the cleaner/conditioner, wax polish, and the liquid premium polish.  Will that do the trick?

I don't want to have to buy another product just so my shoes are right, ya know? I'd rather have them replaced if it would take buying something else just to get them to where I feel they should be off the line.

-Scott

It is hard to start off with Saphir (Renovateur) products because you will not appreciate it compared to other products. One day after you are finished with the kiwi or AE, give Saphir a try!
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Giving the Madison Ave's some pop with the colored laces. Really becoming one of my fave AE's.

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It is hard to start off with Saphir (Renovateur) products because you will not appreciate it compared to other products. One day after you are finished with the kiwi or AE, give Saphir a try!

I probably will try it out in the future once I have a couple more pairs of shoes worth using it on biggrin.gif

 

But I just mean I don't think I should HAVE to use it to get the shoes where they should be when I receive them, right? Or is that darkening in the leather just normal?

 

-Scott

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I probably will try it out in the future once I have a couple more pairs of shoes worth using it on biggrin.gif

 

But I just mean I don't think I should HAVE to use it to get the shoes where they should be when I receive them, right? Or is that darkening in the leather just normal?

 

-Scott

 

Shade variations are completely normal, and are particularly evident in walnut shoes where the burnishing builds up more on the high points of the leather.  

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So just found out the "W" stamp means sold without warranty.

Does that mean they are seconds or can first quality be sold without warranty as well?

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Some quick pics of my shell Townleys after about 6 or 7 wearings.  Surprisingly little creasing.

 

 

 

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Some quick pics of my shell Townleys after about 6 or 7 wearings.  Surprisingly little creasing.

 

 

 

Beautiful!

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Some quick pics of my shell Townleys after about 6 or 7 wearings.  Surprisingly little creasing.

 

 

 

 

Those do look amazing.

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