You'd have to show us a photo of the bottom . . .
I agree. The sole is just odd because it's double the thickness that my other Bradleys are (have to sell them b/c they are too small) and the same as someone else posted. I figured they must've been MTO with a double sole? Just curious.
I would say thats probably the case. Looks like the sole on my McTavish pair (different color edging).
Is there an affordable option for a sleek chocolate suede loafer that comes with width options for someone with a wide foot (Doesn't have to be AE)? The Cavanaugh is not quite doing it for me. I've stumbled across pictures of the Melrose and I would love to have something similar to that.
Every looked at Meermin Majorca?
They have an MTO for a snuff loafer https://www.meermin.es/grupoMTO.php?idGrupo=417#
or a chocolate tassel https://www.meermin.es/articulo.php?idArt=4548
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I agree. I have an old pair of Lasalles that I bought gently used on ebay in 2012, in their standard brown - and it is significantly lighter than the current "brown burnished" (or whatever) color they offer. The current brown is too dark for my liking in most offerings, and the color of my Lasalles is perfect.
I don't really understand what's so difficult when it comes to a medium brown leather shoe.
Here's a pic of the brown Lasalles (on the right) next to a pair of brand new (at the time) Delrays in the "updated" brown color.
I agree, the old brown looked really good. I think Dark Chili is the closest thing to them now, but that has more red.
Here's a pic of some brown calf Memphis shoes I have for sale (9D and only $50 shipped!).