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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

just got an email about the 2 for $300 sale, contact shoe bank for sizes and styles.

 

What I got from them yesterday for shoes was (of course have to check on your size to see if they have it in stock):

 

The following styles will be included in the 2 for $300 outlet promotion July 23rd - Aug 5th
Neumora black, brown
Shelton walnut w/ brown saddle (1st and 2nd Q)
LaSalle black
Clifton black, walnut
Winnetka brown (1st Q and 2nd Q)
Golf - all factory seconds
Brooks dress casual (currently $179) - Presidio, Shelton, Elgin, McTavish, Montgomery, San Marco, Boat
Previous outlet make ups - Burton, Cortland, Hastings, Fairfax, Hinsdale, Mapleton, Hale, Parkland, Milford, Weybridge

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Anyone knows how's the sizing on the neumora 3 last compared to PA? I'm 9.5E on 5 last after sizing 1 down, width one up. TIA

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Any reviews on the golf shoes?

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How do you contact the shoe bank? Google returns nothing useful.

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Email them at shoebank@allenedmonds.com

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Originally Posted by Teapot418 View Post

Email them at shoebank@allenedmonds.com

 

 

I emailed the shoebank yesterday and still have not heard back. I emailed Edward in Freeport, Maine and he hit me back in less than a minute. I have exchanged emails several times since then and he is very fast on the response. I just hung up with him and ordered the Elgin because, well you know a man can never have too many lace up brown wingtips and brogue shoes.....
 
freeport@allenedmonds.com
 
He is the only one in the store today so pretty busy but I would try him.
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Anyone know of a website selling new black mcallisters for a discount or on sale?
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Originally Posted by Cold Iron View Post

 

 

I emailed the shoebank yesterday and still have not heard back. I emailed Edward in Freeport, Maine and he hit me back in less than a minute. I have exchanged emails several times since then and he is very fast on the response. I just hung up with him and ordered the Elgin because, well you know a man can never have too many lace up brown wingtips and brogue shoes.....
 
freeport@allenedmonds.com
 
He is the only one in the store today so pretty busy but I would try him.

 

Did you order anything else with the Elgin (2/$300)?  Or just on their own?  If so, how much are they going for?

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Shoebank got back to me already this morning. Now, do I want Neumora's and Fairfax's for the pick-2, or pass altogether... decisions...

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Picked up a pair of non-AE's today during Nordstrom's Anniversary sale and learned that I might have bought the wrong size in all my prior AE purchases.  Nordstrom previously measured me as a 12D, which has been the size for all my AE purchases (Strands, Park Avenues, Malverns, Delrays).  I've had no complaints regarding my 5 last shoes in this size, with the exception that I cannot walk more than a mile in them without experiencing discomfort on the heel or side.  Today's SA said I'm really an 11EE and that I was previously buying shoes too long for me to get the width I needed.  To be honest, the 11EE shoes fit pretty well so far, but I'm only walking around on carpet.

 

Anyone else with a wide foot have a similar experience that they drop a full size in length with a EE?  I would have thought the guy was full of it if not for the fact that he knew much more about his products than the typical SA. 

post #7616 of 51066

My experience, "D" widths are common (i.e. more inventory).  Some sales people get as close as they can with what they have in stock.  That or the measurements were taken incorrectly.  The Nordstrom guy measured me at 12D also.  I'm an 11C.

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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

Picked up a pair of non-AE's today during Nordstrom's Anniversary sale and learned that I might have bought the wrong size in all my prior AE purchases.  Nordstrom previously measured me as a 12D, which has been the size for all my AE purchases (Strands, Park Avenues, Malverns, Delrays).  I've had no complaints regarding my 5 last shoes in this size, with the exception that I cannot walk more than a mile in them without experiencing discomfort on the heel or side.  Today's SA said I'm really an 11EE and that I was previously buying shoes too long for me to get the width I needed.  To be honest, the 11EE shoes fit pretty well so far, but I'm only walking around on carpet.

 

Anyone else with a wide foot have a similar experience that they drop a full size in length with a EE?  I would have thought the guy was full of it if not for the fact that he knew much more about his products than the typical SA. 

When I went to a local AE store to have my foot measured in 5 last, I dropped from an 8.5D to a 7.5E. Like you, the larger of the two was much too narrow and long.

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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

Picked up a pair of non-AE's today during Nordstrom's Anniversary sale and learned that I might have bought the wrong size in all my prior AE purchases.  Nordstrom previously measured me as a 12D, which has been the size for all my AE purchases (Strands, Park Avenues, Malverns, Delrays).  I've had no complaints regarding my 5 last shoes in this size, with the exception that I cannot walk more than a mile in them without experiencing discomfort on the heel or side.  Today's SA said I'm really an 11EE and that I was previously buying shoes too long for me to get the width I needed.  To be honest, the 11EE shoes fit pretty well so far, but I'm only walking around on carpet.

Anyone else with a wide foot have a similar experience that they drop a full size in length with a EE?  I would have thought the guy was full of it if not for the fact that he knew much more about his products than the typical SA. 

when i went to my local AE the SA told me that usually ppl size down 1/2 and go a little wider on the 5 lasts but I guess I am an exception because both 10.5D and 10E seems to fit fine when I walk around in the store.
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Originally Posted by Cold Iron View Post

 

What I got from them yesterday for shoes was (of course have to check on your size to see if they have it in stock):

 

The following styles will be included in the 2 for $300 outlet promotion July 23rd - Aug 5th
Neumora black, brown
Shelton walnut w/ brown saddle (1st and 2nd Q)
LaSalle black
Clifton black, walnut
Winnetka brown (1st Q and 2nd Q)
Golf - all factory seconds
Brooks dress casual (currently $179) - Presidio, Shelton, Elgin, McTavish, Montgomery, San Marco, Boat
Previous outlet make ups - Burton, Cortland, Hastings, Fairfax, Hinsdale, Mapleton, Hale, Parkland, Milford, Weybridge

Sorry but does anyone have the email or the number for the contact the could share?

post #7620 of 51066
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Originally Posted by Teapot418 View Post

Email them at shoebank@allenedmonds.com


Yes, it was about eight posts back.

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