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PSA - 25%off all clearance on the AE website right now.

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Originally Posted by ModernMansWorld View Post

These walnut ones - awesome! Picturing them on a navy suit!

Thanks. I've never worn them with navy pants (only khaki and light grey), but I know that some do.
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AE is offering 25% additional off of all clearance. The Webgem Broadstreets that were offered a few months ago are included in lots of sizes. If you missed them then, and have regretted the decision (like me), now is your opportunity.

Thanks for the update - not too much I'm interested in, but obviously sizing dependent. Some of the deals are better than the 2/250 price (especially considering they are 1st quality!)

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Originally Posted by polojock615 View Post

PSA - 25%off all clearance on the AE website right now.

Where did you see this?
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Originally Posted by AdamAdam View Post


I'm in a similar situation as after much trial and error I've found that I'm 7.5EE on the 5 last. I tried many different sizes as on the Brannock I'm an 8E. However that last is very long and narrow so I found an 8D was very long on me and just too narrow. I was going to try an 8E but figured it would just end up being too wide and still too long. Fitting into an EE width makes it diffucult to find seconds and ebay items.

 

I am in a similar situation; I wear 9D on the 1-last (Townleys) with a very snug fit, 9E in the 2-last (New Orleans & Ralph Lauren Saunders) and 9D in the Elgins, which are on the 5-last but fit much larger due to its Dublin leather construction. Just got into the AE addiction and purchased a McAllister, Strand and Park Avenue in 8.5E. I spent the entire afternoon yesterday figuring if I got them in the correct size, finally decided that 8.5EE should be correct for me and have ordered them to compare directly against the 8.5E I have.


Edited by stgrim - 9/15/13 at 9:18am
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Where did you see this?

 

On their Facebook page:

 

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Does any one have experience in sizing on the Sedona?

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There's some great prices on those clearance items. Unfortunately I have to try really hard not to buy anymore shoes this month.
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Hey everyone,

I'm new to the forum, although I've been following for several weeks now. I'm a 23 year old college student that finally decided to up his style. So last night at the Rack I found a pair of AE Fairfax in Chili, I really like them. It was sort of an impulse buy, but I did it because I cannot find them anywhere, even online. So, the question is: how far could I dress these down??
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Speaking of Broadstreets, here are my Walnut/Bone pair. I really liked the rolled edges.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I really don't wear them much because (A) they are really darn flashy and (B) I have too many pairs of dress shoes...

 

-Mike

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Thanks.

Oh man, I just bought some Amoks last night. Would have lived that extra 40$ off! I wonder if I can still get it if I call...
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Originally Posted by stgrim View Post
 

 

On their Facebook page:

 

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Excellent prices on those grain Kenwoods and Yuma's.

 

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Originally Posted by ckylegrimes View Post

Hey everyone,

I'm new to the forum, although I've been following for several weeks now. I'm a 23 year old college student that finally decided to up his style. So last night at the Rack I found a pair of AE Fairfax in Chili, I really like them. It was sort of an impulse buy, but I did it because I cannot find them anywhere, even online. So, the question is: how far could I dress these down??

 

The Fairfax is a wholecut  balmoral, so it is quite formal; however, the colour makes it a bit of a casual shoe. I've got a pair of tan Greenwich's that I wear with dark raw jeans; that's as casual as it can get. 

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Originally Posted by masernaut View Post

Excellent prices on those grain Kenwoods and Yuma's.


The Fairfax is a wholecut  balmoral, so it is quite formal; however, the colour makes it a bit of a casual shoe. I've got a pair of tan Greenwich's that I wear with dark raw jeans; that's as casual as it can get. 

Thanks for the reply! Yes, this is where I get confused. Although it is a more formal looking shoe, if it was tan I would be more inclined to think it would be easier to dress down, but the chili is a little darker..? So are you talking like dark raw jeans and just a button up, or like tucked in dress shirt and sportcoat casual?
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A quick question for you gents now that this sale has lit a fire under my ass. I'm interested in some Amoks, and I'm usually a 12E. I have a pair of secondhand Ashlands (also a 4 last) that look like this on the insides of the foot approaching the arch (apologies for the poor cell phone pic)-

I'm not 100% sure it was my foot that caused this, but there's a good chance it did. Would you recommend going 12E still in the Amok or would something like an 11.5 EEE be closer to the right shape (and make the toe box a bit wider)? I know the toe box on the Ashlands are a bit snug on the outside. I've tried 12EEE in some styles and my foot is swimming.

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Originally Posted by tietherope View Post

There's some great prices on those clearance items. Unfortunately I have to try really hard not to buy anymore shoes this month.

 

 

Just one more pair won't hurt.

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