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Originally Posted by SLCRich View Post

When you need the essentials from Walmart (ice cream, milk, pizza) but still wanna look sexy. Or if you just wanna look sexy anywhere, Warwick in oxblood.

I would bet you are like me - the only pair of AE shoes in the entire Wal Mart.

Chris
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Does anyone have a pictures of a Dalton to share?  How do they fit?  I have a pair of cordovan but need advice on how they are supposed to fit.  They seem tight in the toe box to me.  I don't want
keep a $600+ boot I can't wear. I got these for my birthday last month. 







Mine aren't cordovan, but my Daltons are the same size as 99% of my other AE shoes on probably 10-12 different lasts and they fit great. I have some Long Branches and due to the poron insole they are a bit snug across the top but are not unbearable and get better with each wearing.

Here are my chocolate Daltons


Chris
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Renegade in black. Jack's shoes may not be the prettiest golf shoes, but they are comfortable as hell. Guess they better be considering he's 99 years old...

Goal today is under 10 houses hit.
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Originally Posted by hohneokc View Post

I would bet you are like me - the only pair of AE shoes in the entire Wal Mart.

Chris
Haha pretty sure I was the only one with a complete outfit, i.e. pants and a shirt. I enjoy wearing my Mora 2.0 there. Those always get the most looks.
post #10475 of 19327
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I sold my 8E pair last year, where were you?! :satisfied:

I was in bad shoe land. This is my first year with AE :-P

post #10476 of 19327
Are the Made in USA Sea Islands on the same last as the Made in DR ones (Handsewn 555 Last)? Because I have the Maritimes that are on the 555 last and those fit me true to size and I read people recommending sizing up on the Made in USA Sea Islands.
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Is anyone here familiar with the model called the Harwich (I see a pair on ebay)? I'm looking for last and sizing comparison information.

post #10478 of 19327
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Are the Made in USA Sea Islands on the same last as the Made in DR ones (Handsewn 555 Last)? Because I have the Maritimes that are on the 555 last and those fit me true to size and I read people recommending sizing up on the Made in USA Sea Islands.

 

Sorry, can;t help you on the last, but...

I've owned a handful of the maritime/kirkwood models in 9D (even 1 or 2 in 9B). Bought the USA Sea Island from Nordy Rack in 9D & 9.5D, but had to return both because they felt too tight. Without trying it on, I'd guess I needed 10B. My brannock is roughly 9.5 c or d, 5-last is 9D.

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Originally Posted by AndyMiddles View Post
 

Is anyone here familiar with the model called the Harwich (I see a pair on ebay)? I'm looking for last and sizing comparison information.

They are on the 678 last, which I have no experience with. They are shown in this catalog: (https://issuu.com/allenedmonds/docs/fall-1998-catalog) on page 23. The description of the 678 last in the catalog says that they run slightly large to accommodate a removable orthotic insert. They are from something that was called the "corporate casual" collection. 

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Mine aren't cordovan, but my Daltons are the same size as 99% of my other AE shoes on probably 10-12 different lasts and they fit great. I have some Long Branches and due to the poron insole they are a bit snug across the top but are not unbearable and get better with each wearing.

Here are my chocolate Daltons


Chris

 

Are those the stock sole edges? They almost look re-done to me (lightened).

post #10481 of 19327

My new oxblood PAs.

 

 

 

Say, if you guys were sell your used shoes on Ebay,  how much would you charge?  $20?  $40?  I can't imagine people would buy used shoes for more than $40, right?

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Say, if you guys were sell your used shoes on Ebay,  how much would you charge?  $20?  $40?  I can't imagine people would buy used shoes for more than $40, right?

 

Way more than that.  Used AEs in good condition (i.e., worn only a handful of times, nowhere near needing resole) tend to go for ~$150, depending on the model.  The least I ever got for a pair of used AEs was $89 or 99, I think.

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My new oxblood PAs.





Say, if you guys were sell your used shoes on Ebay,  how much would you charge?  $20?  $40?  I can't imagine people would buy used shoes for more than $40, right?
It depends on model, condition, and size.
Older styles and odd sizes sell for less, in the price range you've suggested.
Newer, popular models in good condition go for more (even up to $100).
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My poor Dundees have been lonely languishing in the back of the closet all summer:

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Originally Posted by Lobster33 View Post
 

My new oxblood PAs.

 

 

 

Say, if you guys were sell your used shoes on Ebay,  how much would you charge?  $20?  $40?  I can't imagine people would buy used shoes for more than $40, right?


Sure - I've seen plenty of AE's selled used for over $100 - just depends on the shoe, condition, etc..  The buy/sell here works pretty well too.

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