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If you relax and stare at this dude long enough, he will suddenly jump out at you. O_O
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Augusta strap high tops: yea or nay?

 

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Nay
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Yea

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Augusta strap high tops: yea or nay?



For some reason I think these are awkward, but there is a version that uses reversed deer leather which looks way better imo.

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don't really like that quilting on one shoulder :/
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I'm kinda liking this but at same time I feel like maybe I should just go simpler?

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Quilted blazer with suede elbow patches, probably a move in the wrong direction, but still tempted
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Looks like L will be a size too small. A couple of years ago bought a Junya fair isle knit blazer in size L that was too small too. gdl, you should kop if you think it will fit.
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Recieved some RW Postman's from Mr Porter. I know that creasing is inevitable, and someone here also said that Postman's didn't age very good, but I'm still annoyed over the amount of creasing on the right shoe, considering it's supposed to be a new shoe. (I have tried them on for a couple of minutes).

 

Keep or return (the creasing is the thing that is bothering me, do want the shoes otherwise) ?

 

 

 

 

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I would feel bad about returning a pair of shoes creased like that. But if its bothering you now it will continue to bother you, us telling you otherwise wouldn't change your mind.
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Your post isn't clear. Did you receive them like that or crease them yourself while "trying them on for a couple minutes"?
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That's a valid question, truth is I'm not sure. Had some minor remarks before I put them on, but didn't really notice ithe amount of creasing until they were on my feet, after a five second walk from the sofa to a room with better lighting and a mirror... and of course, the time it took for me to put in the laces and lace them. That was probably a bad move, if I were to return them, but is it norrmal for shoes to start creasing the second you try them on? Again, I fully expect it after some wear.

Anyway, in the case of a return I would contact customer service with pics before I sent them back, but I lean towards keeping them.
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