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post #40696 of 53432
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Originally Posted by Xchange View Post

Today i put those things on my feets and i LOVE them so much!

They are so comfortable out of the box! My favorite in my AE collection....

Next will be a pair of Rush Street...

But i like the Ridge Way too..

Damn this saddens me a bit.  I called the shoebank last week since they said they had these in my size, only to find out they didn't.  Any chance you're a 9.5D and got the last pair :tounge: 

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YES YES and YEEESSS!! and totally fine with that LOL 

 

Actually, it was the last first selection 9.5E. 

 

But i know they may have a 9.5D somewhere but it didn't fit my foot

 

Try to call the warehouse, they can check in their stores.

 

Also, they have a pair of 9.5D Elgins in Atlanta but it seems it have a stain somewhere on one shoes.

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YES YES and YEEESSS!! and totally fine with that LOL 

 

Actually, it was the last first selection 9.5E. 

 

But i know they may have a 9.5D somewhere but it didn't fit my foot

 

Try to call the warehouse, they can check in their stores.

 

Also, they have a pair of 9.5D Elgins in Atlanta but it seems it have a stain somewhere on one shoes.

LOL, enjoy them for me, I'm going to pretend I didn't read this idea, and maybe wait until I at least try on all my recent acquisitions first.

Not AE but Century 21 department stores apparently have shoes for $8.50!!! and for now I have too many shoes.... 

post #40699 of 53432
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Originally Posted by Xchange View Post
 

 

Honestly, i'm a new customer to Allen Edmonds Shoes since the last 2weeks.

 

What i like from this brand is, they have classical nice and good shoes for various type of foot and they play on the trendy style like the Strandmok.

 

Still 8h after, i don't want to remove those shoes from my feet, the look and the comfort is UNIQUE!!! 

 

Unfortunately... it's a discontinued shoe... but for me, it's a casual classic.


If that LeBron look is "In" I am happy to stay "out" ....Did he get a free bowl of soup with those clothes.

 

Really the whole skin tight clothes thing on guys just looks aweful to me....even when I could wear them....Where the hell does Lebrons bits and pieces go when he sits down....my eggs feel scrambled just looking at those pants.

 

The shoes LOOK AWESOME THOUGH...and I want a pair now.

post #40700 of 53432
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Originally Posted by OptoDoc View Post

On a related note, does anyone have issues getting these shoe trees to fit properly in the Fifth Street Boot? I use the same size on every shoe and boot I own with no issues, however, with the Fifth Street the tree gets hung up before expanding fully into the toe box.

That happens with my long branch.
post #40701 of 53432

I know we talk about fit here relatively often and I just wanted to point out a really awesome insert that I bought at a boot shop today. I have a low instep, which means that my feet slide even with shoes tightened since there's a gap between my instep and the shoe tongue.

 

I was given these today for a pair of chelsea boots I had on when the guy noticed how I felt wearing the shoes and my shoes felt MUCH better instantaneously.

They're JT Foote Comfort cushion arch support. Great for flat footers like me! 12 bucks a pair and made with leather!

Link: http://www.bigdweb.com/Arch-Support-Comfort-Cushion/productinfo/04091/

post #40702 of 53432
1st wearing of brown shell cordovan Patriots. Wearing 10E's. I have calf Patriots in 10EEE but the same size in shell cordovan wasn't even close to fitting me and had to go back to AE.

post #40703 of 53432
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Originally Posted by OptoDoc View Post
 

 

On a related note, does anyone have issues getting these shoe trees to fit properly in the Fifth Street Boot? I use the same size on every shoe and boot I own with no issues, however, with the Fifth Street the tree gets hung up before expanding fully into the toe box.

 

I have Fifth Streets in 14D and I use the Jos A Bank trees in Size XL.  The trees can be a little sticky to get in, but I am able to maneuver them in.

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Originally Posted by Buddy0329 View Post

1st wearing of brown shell cordovan Patriots. Wearing 10E's. I have calf Patriots in 10EEE but the same size in shell cordovan wasn't even close to fitting me and had to go back to AE.

 

Looks good. Target socks?

post #40704 of 53432
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Looks good. Target socks?

Lol
post #40705 of 53432
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Originally Posted by costlysignal View Post

I have Fifth Streets in 14D and I use the Jos A Bank trees in Size XL.  The trees can be a little sticky to get in, but I am able to maneuver them in.

Looks good. Target socks?

Targlyes!
post #40706 of 53432

Walnut Strands on sale at Amazon, as low as $230 with first time 20% coupon.  I got me a pair.  Black Park Aves look to be similarly priced.  Link below for deal instructions.

 

http://slickdeals.net/f/6789036-allen-edmonds-strand-cap-toe-shoe-in-walnut-amazon-for-286-83-or-229-46-with-their-20-clothing-coupon

post #40707 of 53432
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Originally Posted by OptoDoc View Post
 

 

On a related note, does anyone have issues getting these shoe trees to fit properly in the Fifth Street Boot? I use the same size on every shoe and boot I own with no issues, however, with the Fifth Street the tree gets hung up before expanding fully into the toe box.

 

I have this same issue, but not only on my Fifth Streets. I have that issue on probably 90% of my shoes. I wear size 11B and I'm thinking the narrow width is probably why. Anybody have a solution to this? I use medium sized trees as they are recommended for 11B, but they still don't even come close to filling out the front..

 

Wondering if I should actually invest in the small size now.

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^^^^ I had similar issues. I found a solution by inserting the shoe tree on its side first and then twisting it flat when it's almost the shoe. It's just the Fifth Street that I have to do this for as well.


Edited by quidameister - 3/15/14 at 7:54am
post #40709 of 53432
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Originally Posted by EEWithoutStyle View Post
 

Walnut Strands on sale at Amazon, as low as $230 with first time 20% coupon.  I got me a pair.  Black Park Aves look to be similarly priced.  Link below for deal instructions.

 

http://slickdeals.net/f/6789036-allen-edmonds-strand-cap-toe-shoe-in-walnut-amazon-for-286-83-or-229-46-with-their-20-clothing-coupon

Was really excited to see this.. looked... and realized the only one left available in my size were the walnuts which were $365 :/ 

 

Do these sales only occur rarely? Either way thanks for the info and link 

post #40710 of 53432
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Was really excited to see this.. looked... and realized the only one left available in my size were the walnuts which were $365 :/ 

Do these sales only occur rarely? Either way thanks for the info and link 
Amazon brings the price down to the mid to upper $200s maybe every few months, usually only on walnut strands and black park aves. As always price on Amazon fluctuates randomly and quickly.
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