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post #62401 of 122416
Picked up some suede loafers off of ebay. im a sucker for unlined, flex-welt. the vamp is tight but im hoping it stretched. i love the look of the stacked heal especially


post #62402 of 122416
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All this NL talk.  We all know the Red Sox  will dominate :stirpot:

 

CXL Brixtons today in the rain

 

 

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No one can beat the shoes, but the Red Sox cannot survive the NL  . . . . . if they get past their AL comp.

post #62403 of 122416
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Anybody have a photo of this make-up in "the wild"?  (Alden by Leffot LWB: Barrie Last, Color 8 Shell Cordovan, Double Waterlock Soles)


These look like the Leffot pre-orders. I don't think they've actually come in yet.

I believe it's a pre-order of a past make-up run.  They should be out there in the wild somewhere...

post #62404 of 122416
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Originally Posted by Sorgas View Post
 

Hi everybody, as i live in italy, the only width available here is the E. I'm interested in buyin a pair of Aldens that comes in D, usually i wear a 10 E on the berrie. Do i have to move to 10,5 on the D?

 

Thanks a lot

 

I too wear in "e" width.  I can wear a "d" width in trubalance by going up 1/2 size as you suggest, and most of the time I can go with a "d" width in barrie using the same strategy.  I cannot down a width (from "e" to "d") by sizing up 1/2 size  in lasts that are true to size, like aberdeen, grant, etc.  In these lasts, I just get shoes that are too long and too narrow.  I hope this helps.

post #62405 of 122416
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Picked up some suede loafers off of ebay. im a sucker for unlined, flex-welt. the vamp is tight but im hoping it stretched. i love the look of the stacked heal especially


Namor, are those the ones muchocoins had on eBay?

 

I think they were $180. I was watching them and then...*poof* they were Namor'd away from me.

 

Let's hope my Tampa Bay Rays play well tonight. I'm over the "Red Sox Nation" that lives in Tampa.

 

Please note...If you're ever in the Tampa Bay area...there's only one place to stay:

 

http://sffbashfun.homestead.com/TheAlden.jpg

 

...the Alden Beach Resort of course!

post #62406 of 122416
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Originally Posted by tampatravel View Post

Namor, are those the ones muchocoins had on eBay?

I think they were $180. I was watching them and then...*poof* they were Namor'd away from me.

Let's hope my Tampa Bay Rays play well tonight. I'm over the "Red Sox Nation" that lives in Tampa.

Please note...If you're ever in the Tampa Bay area...there's only one place to stay:

lol, yeah he lowered the price after i contacted him. less than 15 minutes can save you 15% or more
post #62407 of 122416
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Actually, the Braves are a great organization that simply does not know how to win a championship.  The only reason they won in 1995 is because the were up against another team that was even more clueless as to how to win (Cleveland).  Y'all arguably had one of the all-time greatest pitching staffs EVER between 1991-2005, and could only muster one pennant??  Replacing the Yankees as the epitome of Sports Excellence??  Your own fans won't even show up to sell out PLAYOFF GAMES!!  The Braves aren't even in Forbes' list of the top 50 most valuable sports franchises in the world.  My friend, please...  you must be smokin' that really strong smelling AE shell... :rotflmao:It also helps to be in a perennially weak division.

 

In all seriousness though, it is nice to have a team that is almost always in the hunt.

 

C'est vrai.  I have to crow about the Braves because I have settled in a town that epitomizes sports futility in the NL baseball world.  Yes, Braves have a tremendous organization -- like the Cardinals -- in that they seem to restock and always be strong.  

post #62408 of 122416
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1) The Braves have recently been hamstrung by a bad TV deal... While other teams are flush with TV money, the Braves are stuck in an antiquated contract that undervalues the team's importance to its local network. That deal is apparently in place for a couple of decades, so it will be tough to get out of. The Dodgers can spend whatever they want while the Braves (who have a huge, but diffuse fanbase) can't. Once the Braves to get out of that contract, though, expect the team value to rise

2) As I mentioned, the fanbase is diffuse (Atlanta isn't a dense town), so it is difficult to get to games. However, the Braves have the most fans in the region, from Virgina to Alabama to Northern Florida through Arkansas (though that approaches Cardinals territory)

3) The Braves ran into the Yankees buzzsaw in the late 1990s and some other great teams (Twins, Jays, etc). Otherwise, there would have been more titles won.

4) The Braves won the NL East (over the much more hyped Nats and Phillies) with a very young roster that will get better with age. Guys like Medlen, Minor and Teheran are years away from their prime, not to mention our young batters (Freeman, Heyward, etc). The future is very bright.

5) This series ain't over

 

Al, are you a southerner in New York?  Rebel yell, dude!

post #62409 of 122416
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Al, are you a southerner in New York?  Rebel yell, dude!

That's better than being a New Yorker in the South...

post #62410 of 122416
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That's better than being a New Yorker in the South...

 

I don't know, there are many, many of those in The ATL.  Stealin' our womenfolk too.

post #62411 of 122416
Nice score Namor , now why all muchocoins shoes are 11 and 11.5 Daamm.
post #62412 of 122416
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Originally Posted by gosheik View Post
 

Anybody have a photo of this make-up in "the wild"?  (Alden by Leffot LWB: Barrie Last, Color 8 Shell Cordovan, Double Waterlock Soles)

 

Gosh I found this link on the web. Its not from Leffot, but looks almost the same makeup.

http://www.stitchedandstitched.com/?p=1856

I am not sure if it is the waterlock sole, but they do look quite similar. 

post #62413 of 122416
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No one can beat the shoes, but the Red Sox cannot survive the NL  . . . . . if they get past their AL comp.

 

They were 14-6 in interleague play this year

post #62414 of 122416

It's bad enough I live in Boston and have to hear about the Sox everyday. Now I cant even read an Alden thread on an internet site...

post #62415 of 122416
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back to work today :cloud:

 

back to wearing proper shoes  :D

 

 

Just got mine from Leffot an hour ago, breaking them in. Great look!

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