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Originally Posted by aldenwear View Post

Oh, man, did I get wrong my own shoes? That would be pretty embarrassing. They are almost cherry red. Maybe you are right. Mdubs or mdv posted pictures of theirs. When a I have time today, I will search the thread to see.
I actually respect the mistake - shows a healthy (for SF anyway) lack of complete obsession.
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I actually respect the mistake - shows a healthy (for SF anyway) lack of complete obsession.
+1 million!
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I hadn't given much thought to the chukka at Brooks Brothers, but I tried them in store and the fit is perfect. The vamp/toe box seem lower than some 888 shoes (Asquith).  Very comfortable...more to consider when the next discount hits.

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Originally Posted by Shouldaville View Post

I hadn't given much thought to the chukka at Brooks Brothers, but I tried them in store and the fit is perfect. The vamp/toe box seem lower than some 888 shoes (Asquith).  Very comfortable...more to consider when the next discount hits. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





That's a nice looking boot. For the most part I consider any chukka boot a casual offering. But personally I would find it hard to wear this boot casually given its flat welt, single leather sole, and sleek last. Indeed, I virtually never wear any 888 lasted shoes/boots casually. But certainly others see it differently. I have no problem with that.
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Saks has a nice range of EGs on sale on the 6th floor at 30% off ~$1300 which includes shoe trees, so not too bad.
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Anyone own, or have a picture of, a Chelsea or Cadogan in nightshade?
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post

Saks has a nice range of EGs on sale on the 6th floor at 30% off ~$1300 which includes shoe trees, so not too bad.
which models were available?
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They had a Cadogan in a golden-ginger suede which is very nice. Also a galosh model in dark oak, also killer. I think I also remember a Sanndringham in dark blue on a dainite sole and a pair or two of black Troons.
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They had a Cadogan in a golden-ginger suede which is very nice. Also a galosh model in dark oak, also killer. I think I also remember a Sanndringham in dark blue on a dainite sole and a pair or two of black Troons.
Thank you very much
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Saks has a nice range of EGs on sale on the 6th floor at 30% off ~$1300 which includes shoe trees, so not too bad.

The problem with the Saks salesmen is that most of them are utter buffoons. Have no idea what they're selling.
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The problem with the Saks salesmen is that most of them are utter buffoons. Have no idea what they're selling.

I will say the SA who helped me in charvet section was helpful. The shoe sa's however had no clue. Last time I was there they seemed to have a wide selection which was nice to see EG, Church, JM, Corthay etc.
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Burgundy Friday on 888 icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I thank god every day that NORE has the same size like me worship2.gif

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Originally Posted by luc13 View Post

Burgundy Friday on 888 icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I thank god every day that NORE has the same size like me worship2.gif


Great shoes but they are screaming for a more formal pant than jeans.
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Originally Posted by forseti6 View Post

The problem with the Saks salesmen is that most of them are utter buffoons. Have no idea what they're selling.

Why do you say that? How many pairs did you buy from them that led you to this mindset?
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Originally Posted by vorkanz View Post

Im planning for a pair of MTO Edward Green Shannon, it will be on the 82 last and full dark oak calf, but for the sole im either going for a double or single dainite, woud a double dainite be to beefy for the boot or do you guys think it woud work?
If dainite definitely single. There's also the R1 "city rubber sole" as an option.
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