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Originally Posted by YoungSweet View Post

On the same topic of new models coming this fall, I'm seeing these from shoebank's inventory so far:
-Barlett - indy version of the Strands
-Hopkinson
-Atlantis
-Cornwallis - Medallion plain toe balmoral.
-Normandy - distressed boots
-Yorktown
On top of those, players 2.0 and First Ave Boots will be part of the regular line up.

That's quite a list, excited to see them this Fall.

 

Hoping they mix in some small upcharge MTO features like sole changes or leather swap outs- While I love being able to control every detail of an MTO sometimes simply leather and sole changes are fine

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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post

Hoping they mix in some small upcharge MTO features like sole changes or leather swap outs- While I love being able to control every detail of an MTO sometimes simply leather and sole changes are fine
Agreed. I'm hoping that the sizing up charge will be the same so many of us with C width can have some hope.
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Originally Posted by SimplyStylin View Post
 

 

+1

 

I have Leeds 1.0 in black. In a bind I'm sure they would work and be better than many others around, but if you were buying them with intentions of wearing with a suit more often then that you should probably look at other models.

 

Black leeds is my tux shoe lol, and I could go may different routes. I love it.

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Originally Posted by Levi1 View Post

Question: now that the Leeds is on clearance, seriously considering purchasing likely the black. The reason I like it is because I view it as very formal which works for me because my workplace dress code is formal and my style is likewise.

However, I notice that you gents wear them with jeans and they do seem to have quite a thick welt. Granted that I have only seen brown/walnut versions with jeans/slacks, but that itself is part of the question.

Actual question: do you view the black /brown as formal wear to be worn with suit?

Sidepoint: Man! Those rush streets are red hot. Would love a pair of those for Sundays (can't justify it though: anyone seen lace up oxfords at the beach?)


Split reverse welt, open lacing, and double thick sole all make this a pretty casual shoe.

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