Yeah, I'm just saying it's hard to be objective about these things. When I was in college, square-toe shoes were in; everyone from the high-end designers to Rockport to Banana Republic were making them, and Kenneth Cole, with his square-y-est of square toes, paid for a lot of advertising in magazines like GQ and Esquire. And bizarrely, GQ and Esquire told you they were hip, and people bought them, and people lauded their quality and construction on the interwebs. Fast forward a few years, you see less KC advertising in those glossy mags, you've got Esquire doing a 180, saying square-toes aren't the mark of a 'gentleman' (or whatever BS they're peddling to those who want to appear upper middle class), and subsequently, internet bros who don't really know about quality and construction telling you about quality and construction. Just saying: grain of salt.