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Here's at least one version:
http://www.aldenshop.com/Store/DrawProducts.aspx?CategoryID=132&ParentID=3&PageID=&Action=

you are the most awesome. thank you kindly

i am not a master of identifying lasts, but those aren't the barrie last right?


ffffuuuu.gif maybe i should shell out the money for the cordovan blucher instead of buying sneakers
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are there non shell PTBs that have a leather sole and not the commando one? i haven't been able to find non shell ones...

Allen Edmonds also makes PTBs that have leather soles. I think the two are Leeds and Kenliworth.
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None of your post makes sense. Try posting in SW&D.

Lol haha
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P.S. -  I'm jealous that clothing for men is about choices (bespoke/tailored clothing is traditionally associated with men) while clothing for women is generally determined by a male designer without the input of the female consumer before it reaches the market. cold%5B1%5D.gif

It's a man's world, baby.
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you are the most awesome. thank you kindly
i am not a master of identifying lasts, but those aren't the barrie last right?
ffffuuuu.gif maybe i should shell out the money for the cordovan blucher instead of buying sneakers

Correct. Those are on Plaza.

My pleasure to help. I have to admit that I thought they made a stock Barrie PTB in calf on a leather sole, but I actually can't find one... there are various custom makeups on leather soles in chromexcel and other materials, and there are non-shell stock models on non-leather soles (notably the All Weather Walker), but I can't find exactly what you're looking for. I'm pretty surprised, honestly. shog[1].gif
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How do you winterize suede shoes?
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How do you winterize suede shoes?

Keep them inside. rimshot.gif
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How do you winterize suede shoes?

Move to San Francisco.
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Where can I get a simple belt such as this:

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Feather-Edge-Belt/861C,default,pd.html?dwvar_861C_Color=BLCK&contentpos=83

In black and brown but around $30? Willing to buy online. Are there any recommendations?
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How do you store your wool and cashmere sweater when not in use during the fall and winter months?

 

Fold and place in plastic bags??? Something else??

 

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by mcbrown View Post

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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

you are the most awesome. thank you kindly
i am not a master of identifying lasts, but those aren't the barrie last right?
ffffuuuu.gif maybe i should shell out the money for the cordovan blucher instead of buying sneakers

Correct. Those are on Plaza.

My pleasure to help. I have to admit that I thought they made a stock Barrie PTB in calf on a leather sole, but I actually can't find one... there are various custom makeups on leather soles in chromexcel and other materials, and there are non-shell stock models on non-leather soles (notably the All Weather Walker), but I can't find exactly what you're looking for. I'm pretty surprised, honestly. shog[1].gif

I spent like an hour looking around too. I just wanted a less baller version of the ptb shell. I was surprised as well
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Keep them inside. rimshot.gif
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Move to San Francisco.

Does any of those spray things work?
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

chukkas, derby boots, or something like a duck boot to work with "real" shoes in your bag


Thank you. Ideally, I'd like to avoid having to change shoes, but I need something to use when there's snow (a bit). And when it's cold (a lot). The distances to be traveled are relatively short. Will any of these work? They seem like a boot version of regular leather dress shoes so no to snow and no to cold. A reminder because my original post isn't going to appear in the quote - this is for business casual.

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Thank you. Ideally, I'd like to avoid having to change shoes, but I need something to use when there's snow (a bit). And when it's cold (a lot). The distances to be traveled are relatively short. Will any of these work? They seem like a boot version of regular leather dress shoes so no to snow and no to cold. A reminder because my original post isn't going to appear in the quote - this is for business casual.
What is your definition of a little snow and relatively short distance? If we're talking about less than a mile of walking and one to two inches of snow I think you're fine with regular dress shoes. You're just going to need to polish them more often.
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Difference in these PRL Sweaters?

Hey guys, I'm looking to pick up a few V-neck Merino sweaters and found these two on RL's site. They both look like essentially the same thing, except one is $98 and one is $145. What exactly is the difference between them aside from the embroidered logo? I know the more expensive one says "Italian Merino" in the title, but the description of the other one said the wool is Italian too so I'm not really sure. Thanks!

 

Sweater 1

Sweater 2

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