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I need to buy some replacement laces for my dark brown burnished Fifth Aves. Can someone tell me what I need? I just want to make sure I get the correct type, color, length, etc. Thanks in advance.

http://www.allenedmonds.com/shoes/shoe-care/laces/basic-glazed-replacement-laces/SF817.html?dwvar_SF817_color=817#q=laces&start=1

Get the 30" browns, you'll be alright...
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That would be me.

Dang you.

...how do they look?
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Originally Posted by Jackboot View Post

Dang you.

...how do they look?

Sorry dude. Will let you know tomorrow, but Laney said they looked perfect, except that one shoe was slightly lighter than the other.
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I got my Jingle Bell Mocs from ShoeBank today - they look pretty darn good and fit great!


Looking forward to the holidays!

Now here's a guy who doesn't procrastinate! wink.gif
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Thanks!  I think some felt tongue pads will do the trick.   

It looks like your whole foot could use a little extra volume, not just the instep. Try a thin insole or sockliner. That's what I use for my dundees!
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Now here's a guy who doesn't procrastinate! wink.gif

 



Well, with my luck they wouldn't offer them again, and the 'bank had a good pair.

And my wife loves Christmas...
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As a "P.S." to my recent post about split-toes, I thought I would share this double monk example from Bruno Magli. All in all, I think it works pretty well. Too bad they do not fit or I would totally rock them for a while. 10.5 M in case you need to know.

 

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I knew the Newberg was gonna bomb the minute they announced it. Terrible execution - the pics are not good at all, so making it online only couldn't possibly help. Then you release it far before summer, and discontinue it when summer hits? Makes no sense.

@mreams99 Lucca yes, rogue, no.
When I asked if this was a first, I was referring to the fact that you shared a picture of your shoes. I don't ever remember that from you, and then you shared two in a row. WHOA... pace yourself!
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As a "P.S." to my recent post about split-toes, I thought I would share this double monk example from Bruno Magli. All in all, I think it works pretty well. Too bad they do not fit or I would totally rock them for a while. 10.5 M in case you need to know.
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I'll get the quality of these. But I just have a natural instinctual crnge when I see these, as well as any split that goes up much further than an couple inches in the toes. I just can't help it, but not for me.
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Originally Posted by Neo1 View Post

I knew the Newberg was gonna bomb the minute they announced it. Terrible execution - the pics are not good at all, so making it online only couldn't possibly help. Then you release it far before summer, and discontinue it when summer hits? Makes no sense.

@mreams99 Lucca yes, rogue, no.


The Newberg looks very much like something from the likes of Original Penguin.  Just awful.  These would be littering BCF's all over the country if BCF were still getting AEs.

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Originally Posted by M635Guy View Post

I got my Jingle Bell Mocs from ShoeBank today - they look pretty darn good and fit great!


Looking forward to the holidays!


I've always preferred the Santa Mok to the Jingle Bell, but I'm more of an Arbor Day guy.

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Wore my Leeds 2.0  today and wow, this Double Butyl sole takes a long time to gain traction.  After 7 or 8 wears they are still quite slick.  But these shoes are going to be awesome when I replace it with a single sole.  I realize a lot of people on here like the double sole better, but it has its disadvantages.  

 

New shoe arriving from ebay tomorrow.  Found a nice long ago discontinued style and I'm trying a new size that might not work.  I'll post a pic when it arrives, and if it's too narrow for me, I'm going to put up a classified on here.  It's a really nice shoe I got very cheap.

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I've always preferred the Santa Mok to the Jingle Bell, but I'm more of an Arbor Day guy.

I haven't actually seen those - very cool!

Not sure that closure would work for me...
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No, but that's because it's always warm where I live.  

 

I've come to realize that I much prefer single leather soles to double.  When it comes time to recraft my Leeds, I'm going with the single.

 

I also got bashed yesterday by a few friends for posting this pic of my Park Aves with the light blue socks.  Apparently that's a no no with fashion.  I thought it looked fine, but many people have stated this is not proper.   Still learning about socks and fashion..

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Do I need to repost Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman playing the bongos again?

 

If you wander over to the Rock Your Socks thread, they'd say you aren't even trying.  Check out this post: post #23341 then scroll on down the rest of the page.  :)

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