Whatever shade it is I needs me's some Ravello/Cognac/Brandy/Light Cigar with reddish brown and burnt orange overtones/undertones Horween goodness.
@Leaves where and by whom may this lovely shade be acquired? or am I just.....
I mean, Ravello is actually a different color that is exclusive to Alden, yet all the various shades of brown shells can overlap so much that they can occasionally end up being the same (especially after exposure to light and regular wear), as @NAMOR's photo so cleverly highlights.
Not only does Horween make a lot of different shades of shell, but many shoemakers rename or redye them, making it pretty much a lost cause to try to identify and distinguish them. I tried to do that, and I even talked to Nick Horween about it when I was at Horween in May. Trying to delineate shells between shoemakers, and even between batches, can often be an exercise in futility.
In my opinion, there is such a tremendous amount of overlap in the colors that it's best to not put a lot of stock into what a particular shoemaker calls a color and to just judge it for how it looks, and buy shoes/boots based on actual appearance. I used to care a lot about the names of the colors from a collecting/cataloguing perspective, and just decided that it really doesn't matter too much.
And on that note, those EB wingtips are absolutely beautiful, regardless of the "name" of the shell they were made from.