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post #16 of 19
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Yeah the rubber soles on Arfango are definitely more durable that Tod's and CS, but aesthetically less pleasing though

How would you size these? Similar to sperry boat shoes possibly? I wear a 8.5 in chucks...
post #17 of 19
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How would you size these? Similar to sperry boat shoes possibly? I wear a 8.5 in chucks...

Missed this earlier, some on sale now. I got a UK10 / US11 it's a pretty good fit for me, slightly long and slightly narrow but that's how my feet are, its pretty TTS I think. Normally I'm a 10.5D in Barrie.
post #18 of 19

The best I've seen would have to be Leffot's own range of drivers they've just released this summer. (Not seen in person I might add) Way out of the $200 range but still if you're willing to splash out I feel these have 'something' that most drivers don't usually have - just look a little more interesting and elegant than the usual blobby suede driver.

 

http://leffot.com/2012/04/02/leffot-driving-moccasins-2/

post #19 of 19
How about the Rancourt Gilman camp moc. Camp sole will be much more durable than rubber nubs plus it's replaceable when it wears out. Price is reasonable compared to some other options. Thinking about picking one up in suede with red brick sole myself.

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