Originally Posted by randomkoreandude
#4/black shell saddle shoes in front of the louvre for their first outing!
These look better in the wild than the site pictures and that is saying a lot!
Originally Posted by ChrisGold
Just ordered, time for some suede:
Perfect time for suede!
Originally Posted by Mr. Moo
Did you not notice until you put them on your feet?
Originally Posted by 100 yrs
it's Friday, forecast for partly cloudy in Seattle which is like a sunny day here, going with the flex welt chukka...
also got an email from Blackbird, they're releasing a new Alden for those saddle fans out there:
Those saddle shoe's are beautiful!
Originally Posted by Pastor
NEW Suede LWB from the Epaulet Shop.
I do have a question about a potential problem with these shoes. The top eyelet on the right shoe is missing the metal piece. Is this a big deal? I just got the shoes today and have only tried them on. To me it dosn't seem like a big deal but didn't know if this missing piece would have any negative longterm impact on these shoes. Pics are included.
I would have that handled. But the shoes look great and this is the perfect time of year to have them added to the rotation.
Originally Posted by gnatty8
Alden for Winn Perry:
That is all.
Originally Posted by CTYGGG
The Sasquatch of the Alden world is for sale. I own a pair of the #4 4x4's and the hue of the shell is fantastic. Forgive me 'cause I know I posted some pics before, but here's a few more and good luck with you're sale of the #4 4x4's.
Fantastic. I would love to have these in the rotation.
Originally Posted by zippyh
Still haven't worn them. I don't have the J Crew LWBs but I do have some tan calf LWBs in addition to whiskey LWBs. I find they look different enough to me. Sure, it's a subtle distinction but I'm sure you can convince yourself you need both if you try.
I have a pair of the Whiskey PTB and did not wear them that much but likethem nore now. They seem to have darkened a little which makes them better. It may be from my shoe brush. Whatever....I like the more now.
Originally Posted by mcarthur
ravello wing tip boots