Haha, I hear you. Anything interesting in the catalog?
Originally Posted by danwatts2005
I must be last on the catalog list. Anything good? On a side note, only a few caught my 4/1 joke.
$50 off models:
Strandmok 2.0 suede
Daytona & Interstate 90 drivers
Brisbane & Cheetah sneakers (says limited size run)
Cavanaugh & Schreier (a Cavanaugh with a double tassel)
Strandmok Dainite models
Arezzo & Verona II Italian loafers (also limited size run)
All Road Warriors
$100 off models:
Sea Island suede loafers (also limited size run)
Lake Bluff, Cody, and Shreveport wovens
Boone suede bucks (new colors, limited size run again)
Seems like some new belts too.
20% off bags, wallets
Funky new socks
@harlequin782 What I was wondering was whether this would only apply to 1sts. Did you notice the last thing with the oak st was 1sts only? Believe that's the first time I've seen them do that.
I can't honestly say I know what you're referring to regarding the Oak street thing...aside from the fact that I did see the oak street on sale on the actual AE website a couple of days ago along with the voyager and a few other shoes...but I just thought that it was a separate sale for those shoes, before the real sale..it seemed kind of like just a flash sale or something...It would be interesting to find out whether any of these offers extend to seconds, as you say, though.
@naspratt 1. I looked at the strandmok 2 in the store, nice shoe but very summery/casual and the sole is a pure contrasting white. 2. The Sea Island just looks like they took a Kirkwood and literally just slapped a leather sole on. Wish it was made in USA even if the price was a lot higher, the construction looks like its not there. 3. Boone is nice, rubs me the wrong way they just clearanced it for lower though.
@harlequin782 Sorry, wasn't clear enough. What I meant was in that last period in March, the Oak, Nashua, Voyager and Wilbert 1sts were less than the 2nds, since the 2nds weren't affected. I was wondering if they repeat that for the thing on the 8th.
@Neo1 in reverse order: the Boone - yes, but now there are more colors! Shame about the Sea Island; I was really interested in them when they were made in the US, seems like they're really trying to preserve that profit margin to offset the better quality suede. For the Strandmok, I wouldn't mind a pure white sole on a summer sneaker, my suede Pumas all have that anyway and I would view this as an upgrade from them.