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post #32731 of 49401
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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?

AE will tell you that the 5 Last is the most narrow. Most people agree. The 3 last, although it has a chisled toe, is actually wider and not quite as long. My opinion of course, but I think most would agree.

Ps- I love my Neumora's, I have them in both black and brown, but the Long Branch is a fantastic casual boot. The vibram sole will be great with winter coming . . .
post #32732 of 49401
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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.

 

 

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Yes, I am an 8D so size Small is what I went with

 

 

LOL! This is hilarious. I'm glad that I'm not a small. LOL!

post #32733 of 49401
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Originally Posted by jungleroller View Post
 

 

 

My JosABank racks have been delivered today I snagged them during the last week's sale with the 70% off coupon. That made 3 racks each fitting 4 shoes ~$30. Haven't assembled them yet though. 

I can't speak to the quality of the Home Depot racks, but I presume those sold at the Walmart aren't too different. If so, it's OK, but nothing spectacular.

post #32734 of 49401
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

It was kinda a knee jerk decision to buy the 3 pair of MTOs I did. I am more in love with other shoes at the moment and I just want to make some room. I'll be selling Cappuccino Leeds, Dundee and MacNeils. MacNeils are still being made.
Sorry. They are 8D.


why, I am an 8d.....just sayin'.
post #32735 of 49401
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

why, I am an 8d.....just sayin'.
Got 3 pair of cappuccino for sale, eventually. Just sayin.
post #32736 of 49401
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Got 3 pair of cappuccino for sale, eventually. Just sayin.

I get my Jeffersons on Thursday. Why you selling 3 pairs of Cappuccino shoes?
post #32737 of 49401
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I get my Jeffersons on Thursday. Why you selling 3 pairs of Cappuccino shoes?
Just making space. Long story short.
post #32738 of 49401
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Originally Posted by cincikid View Post
 

My JosABank racks have been delivered today I snagged them during the last week's sale with the 70% off coupon. That made 3 racks each fitting 4 shoes ~$30. Haven't assembled them yet though. 

I can't speak to the quality of the Home Depot racks, but I presume those sold at the Walmart aren't too different. If so, it's OK, but nothing spectacular.

They're actually quite solid and literally 8 hex screws to put it all together. Its all good either way I was just spreading the knowledge.

post #32739 of 49401

Just notice that AE shoes are on Macys website.  I dont think they'll carry them in stores.

post #32740 of 49401
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Originally Posted by Subutai View Post


AE will tell you that the 5 Last is the most narrow. Most people agree. The 3 last, although it has a chisled toe, is actually wider and not quite as long. My opinion of course, but I think most would agree.

Ps- I love my Neumora's, I have them in both black and brown, but the Long Branch is a fantastic casual boot. The vibram sole will be great with winter coming . . .

 

I think I'm going to go with the Long Branch since it's getting colder here and I don't think I'll be able to find it again for $125. I'm somewhat indifferent to the chiseled toe on the Neumora and prefer the Mora instead. Also the sizing on those are differently different from the 5 last enough where I don't think the 12D will fit me.

post #32741 of 49401
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Originally Posted by GeneralW View Post

I think I'm going to go with the Long Branch since it's getting colder here and I don't think I'll be able to find it again for $125. I'm somewhat indifferent to the chiseled toe on the Neumora and prefer the Mora instead. Also the sizing on those are differently different from the 5 last enough where I don't think the 12D will fit me.

Solid choice, you can't go wrong with the Long Branch. FWIW I think the "Waxy Brown" looks a little nicer
post #32742 of 49401
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Originally Posted by YoungSweet View Post
 

Just notice that AE shoes are on Macys website.  I dont think they'll carry them in stores.

 

Incorrect, some Macys locations do carry them already… well before they were on the site.

post #32743 of 49401
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Originally Posted by ScottyBoy920 View Post
 

 

Incorrect, some Macys locations do carry them already… well before they were on the site.

 

Good to know.  I've never seen AE shoes in the local Macys store around here.  Macys always have sales and promotions.  Have  you seen them on sale at Macys stores?  

post #32744 of 49401
I've only seen them at the flagship store on 34th, and never on sale. But I don't frequent the B&M Macy's to often, so I could be wrong about the sales.
post #32745 of 49401
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Originally Posted by Subutai View Post

AE will tell you that the 5 Last is the most narrow. Most people agree.

If I take a size 8.5D in both the MacNeil and the Shelton, would I be advised to switch to 8E for any 5 last shoes?
I really fancy the Fifth Street boots, but there's no way I'd ever get to try them on this side of the Atlantic.
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