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post #316 of 755
20+ yr old LL Bean camp mocs that my dad bought for me when I was in 8th grade: Soles are worn and there's some cracking on the sides, but in great shape otherwise:
post #317 of 755
^ do they still fit?!
post #318 of 755
Yep. They might've been a little big then, but I think my feet'd stopped growing already by 13/14.
post #319 of 755
Does Bean still offer resoling? Iirc, they used to advertise resoling services (for their mocs and penny loafers) in their catalogs years ago.
post #320 of 755
Various submittals to the thread
Nettleton Norwegian toe
Brooks Bros unlined shell loafer
Nettleton brogue
AE loafers(still available)
Florsheim Shell cordovan loafers
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post #321 of 755
^Very nice. Any particular adv/disadvantages of lined vs. unlined shell loafers?
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Originally Posted by Wes Bourne View Post
Does Bean still offer resoling? Iirc, they used to advertise resoling services (for their mocs and penny loafers) in their catalogs years ago.
I'm not sure. Website says they'll resole boots.
post #322 of 755
[quote=emptym;1500777]^Very nice. Any particular adv/disadvantages of lined vs. unlined shell loafers?
I'm sure that opinions will vary on the issue but I was able to comfortably wear the lined double soled in cold weather unlike the unlined. The lined also felt more substantial on my feet. The single soled unlined is more slipper like at my weight of 238.
post #323 of 755
Makes sense. Thanks.
post #324 of 755
Barker Nairn in cedar grain - Probably too much of a country shoe for some members, but they work well with tweed jackets and cords:

http://www.styleforum.net/attachment...1&d=1228331373

**Okay how do I add an image rather a link?***
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post #325 of 755
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**Okay how do I add an image rather a link?***

You need to host the image on Photobucket or other such site, then paste the IMG link here.

Dig those Barkers.
post #326 of 755
Ralph Lauren by Crockett & Jones from many years back. They recently have done a nice job of reviving this style: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...entPage=family

post #327 of 755
Thread Starter 
Nice color on those ^
post #328 of 755
little bris, where you been bredrin?
post #329 of 755
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You need to host the image on Photobucket or other such site, then paste the IMG link here.

Dig those Barkers.

Thanks -seems odd you can host images on here but not display it.
post #330 of 755
Thread Starter 
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little bris, where you been bredrin?
working I'm glad to see this thread still going, some great submissions BTW. Know what I'd love to see? I'd love to see some progression shots, a shoe that was posted when newly acquired, then posted again after it has been worn. Like what I did on the Stanton thread.
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