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post #16 of 18
Well, the bicycle front is totally different and involves two parallel seams running the length of the front part of the vamp. The Weston shoes illustrated in jcusey's post are true Algonquins that have a very short top vamp (Hope my terminology is correct). Perhaps one of the true shoe mavens of this forum will enlighten us on the nice distinctions between the various types of moc-toe shoes.
post #17 of 18
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Guys, thanks for the advice, as well as the sartorial, literary,.... Native American, and other enlightenments. The suede pair depicted in jcusey's post appears to be what I had remembered from one of my catalogues. And the EG Dover, well, I think I could just sop them up with a biscuit. You've given me much to consider....
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 The suede pair depicted in jcusey's post appears to be what I had remembered from one of my catalogues.
Unless you happen to come across an Alden shop sale in-person, you will have a hard time finding discounts on Alden on the internet. I've tried and it doesn't happen.
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