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Originally Posted by kentyman View Post
 

 

I narrowly missed shell Dalton Friday... During the shell sale I didn't think I could justify two $299 purchases, so went with burgundy shell Patriots. Then I started kicking myself for not getting shell Daltons for that crazy price. By the time I went back to get some, they were all gone.

 

Then I noticed a pair of burgundy shell Daltons back on the seconds list (for $549, of course). I emailed Kristle of J'ville and asked if I could see them for $299 to decide which pair to keep. I now have both and am considering keeping both. Still need to try on the Daltons, but if they fit well I think I will have lucked into a second $299 pair after the buzzer.

I think we all know what the answer is. :stirpot:

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Originally Posted by AdamAdam View Post

Are you a size Small? I noticed the same thing. I added four to my cart and it showed "in stock" and then at the last step of check-out just under the product name it said "11/11/14" so I didn't order. A few hours later it said "7/14/14" so again I didn't order. When I tried the same for Medium it showed "in stock" throughout. Unfortunately that's not my size.

Yes, I am an 8D so size Small is what I went with
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^^ I'm glad I snagged 4 pair of smalls when they were on sale last month!
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Originally Posted by MoneyWellSpent View Post
 

 

I saw those when they were listed, and I thought they looked like they may be shell cordovan in the sale post, but the price was very low.  In your photos they look like shell to me too.  Am I right?

 

I thought so, as well, MWS, but if you look closely at the very tip of the toe, you can see pores. I have never seen a shell toe with visible pores, so although these shoes are a really nice makeup, I think that they might be regular old calf.

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Originally Posted by JermynStreet View Post
 

 

I thought so, as well, MWS, but if you look closely at the very tip of the toe, you can see pores. I have never seen a shell toe with visible pores, so although these shoes are a really nice makeup, I think that they might be regular old calf.

 

Your browser must be clearer than mine!  They look remarkably smooth and shell like on my screen.

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Originally Posted by calidist View Post

I asked for a brown shell belt as well when I placed my MTO orders yesterday and she also told me that Paul is not permitting them to do any non-stock belts.  She did say that now that brown shell is a "stock" cordovan color for them (I though it was previously a stock color) that there is a good chance they will release a brown cordovan tab belt in the near future.  I told her to add me to the tally of folks requesting the belt.  I would encourage folks to contact her if you are interested in that belt.  Maybe we can hit a critical mass.

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Originally Posted by mdubs View Post

Don't know...let me know if you have any luck... :-)

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Originally Posted by mdubs View Post

I inquired about belts, and Allison said that they can't do MTO belts because of the safety risk with using the burnishing wheel on one belt. I managed to score a Cigar Alden Belt recently so I gave up quickly, although I really wanted a Walnut belt.

PSA on this topic. Call or email Kristle at the jeffersonville outlet if you are interested in a brown shell belt. smile.gif
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Hey guys,

 

I ordered two pairs of shoes from the 2 for $250 seconds sale awhile ago, and I finally got in touch with the Shoebank today because the RL Singletons didn't fit me, so I'm looking to exchange them for something else for $125. Currently I have PAs in black, Strands in walnut, and some spectators, Looking to see if you guys can help me decide,

 

- FA (Black, Walnut)

- Neumok (Snuff suede)

- MacNeil (Black grain)

- MacNeil (Blk/Plaid, what does this mean?)

- Neumora (Black)

- Sanford (Black, Walnut)

- Sanderson (Tan)

- Elgin (Tan)

- McTavish (Brown)

- Long Branch (Brown)

 

I really want the Neumoras but is that 333 last the same as the 5 last? From what I've read it seems like I'd have to size down. Which shoes would you guys choose out of that list? Long Branch?

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Originally Posted by GeneralW View Post
 

Hey guys,

 

I ordered two pairs of shoes from the 2 for $250 seconds sale awhile ago, and I finally got in touch with the Shoebank today because the RL Singletons didn't fit me, so I'm looking to exchange them for something else for $125. Currently I have PAs in black, Strands in walnut, and some spectators, Looking to see if you guys can help me decide,

 

- FA (Black, Walnut)

- Neumok (Snuff suede)

- MacNeil (Black grain)

- MacNeil (Blk/Plaid, what does this mean?)

- Neumora (Black)

- Sanford (Black, Walnut)

- Sanderson (Tan)

- Elgin (Tan)

- McTavish (Brown)

- Long Branch (Brown)

 

I really want the Neumoras but is that 333 last the same as the 5 last? From what I've read it seems like I'd have to size down. Which shoes would you guys choose out of that list? Long Branch?

 

Hey guy, is that promotion 2 for $250 happenning during the year or only some occasions?

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Originally Posted by billabong View Post
 

 

Hey guy, is that promotion 2 for $250 happenning during the year or only some occasions

 

I asked last week and the rep I spoke to said it won't happen again for a long time...not sure if he just wanted the sale and didn't want me to wait..

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Originally Posted by JermynStreet View Post



Cardinals WS game 4 attire. Unlike the umpiring, nothing controversial about these.

 

You going to be at game 5 tonight?

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Shell gunboats on a Monday (Macneils). Raised my pants a bit:

 

 

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You going to be at game 5 tonight?

Negative. If they won last night, yes, but am tapped out financially for another possible repeat of last night. There have been rumblings of a St. Louis SF meetup though if you're around...

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Originally Posted by JermynStreet View Post
 

Negative. If they won last night, yes, but am tapped out financially for another possible repeat of last night. There have been rumblings of a St. Louis SF meetup though if you're around...

I'm down for that.

 

I was lucky enough to go to the game with a business associate from CA last night (tough way to lose a WS game). He flies out today, so he gave me a pair of tickets for today's game, as well.

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Originally Posted by billabong View Post
 

 

Hey guy, is that promotion 2 for $250 happenning during the year or only some occasions?

I have the Neumora in black and I love it, it's on the 333 last, so a little narrower and chiseled off than the 5 last (what your park & strand's are made on) but I love the fir personally.

 

Going into fall the mctavish is always a good choice, but it's a thicker cow hide so it runs about a 1/2 size big, order smaller if you're on the fence, and it also has a double oak sole, so it's not as flexible, but that shoe is built like a brick house, so it can take a beating, great for chilly/wet fall mornings.

 

the long branch is great if you need a rugged, purely casual boot that will last a long time, get the same size.  it's built a little roomier but you'll also most likely have a medium weight to thicker sock on when it's cold out

post #32715 of 51322
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Originally Posted by USAmade View Post
 

I have the Neumora in black and I love it, it's on the 333 last, so a little narrower and chiseled off than the 5 last (what your park & strand's are made on) but I love the fir personally.

 

Going into fall the mctavish is always a good choice, but it's a thicker cow hide so it runs about a 1/2 size big, order smaller if you're on the fence, and it also has a double oak sole, so it's not as flexible, but that shoe is built like a brick house, so it can take a beating, great for chilly/wet fall mornings.

 

the long branch is great if you need a rugged, purely casual boot that will last a long time, get the same size.  it's built a little roomier but you'll also most likely have a medium weight to thicker sock on when it's cold out

Thank you very much for your input. I would've snagged all three at $125 a pair but those styles weren't available back then when I ordered...decisions decisions.

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