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post #31 of 34
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no. for some reason, the profile of the park aves looked weird in person--almost curved unnaturally. I'm not sure if I'm just being picky or not, but i couldn't put my finger on it. they just seemed, well, off.
I just exchanged a pair of park aves for 5th aves for that exact reason. The upward curve of the sole at the tip is extreme; the sole itself is about 2x as thick as the 5th ave one and is unlikely to straighten with use. I also didn't like the captoe itself on the PA's, looks quite bulbous. Take a look at the 5th aves if you don't mind that little brogued strip.
post #32 of 34
nice they're a great alternative.
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I just exchanged a pair of park aves for 5th aves for that exact reason. The upward curve of the sole at the tip is extreme; the sole itself is about 2x as thick as the 5th ave one and is unlikely to straighten with use. I also didn't like the captoe itself on the PA's, looks quite bulbous. Take a look at the 5th aves if you don't mind that little brogued strip.

yeah. i really have no idea what to do at this point.
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yeah. i really have no idea what to do at this point.

ddgdsadasdsd why is this so hard
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