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Welcome to the 2021 Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread!
StyleForum’s Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread is one of the largest, most popular online communities for fans of fine American-made Allen Edmonds shoes.
We’re here to share pictures, gloat over new purchases, give questionably helpful...
Welcome everyone to the 2020 Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread!
Over the past ten years, StyleForum’s Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread has become one of the largest, most popular online communities for fans of fine American-made, Goodyear welted footwear. Each year, the AEAT nets thousands of...
I plan on buying myself a pair of AE.
Funny thing is, I always thought I was US size 9, and its the size I've been wearing with most other brands since forever. (From running shoes to boots I've always worn size 9)
Today I went into AE store and the clerk said I was size 7.5 in their...
Allen Edmonds shoes come in a variety of lengths, ranging from 6 to 16. They do offer middle sizes, and each half size increases by approximately one-sixth of an inch.
The widths of Allen Edmonds shoes range from the narrowest AAA to the widest EEE. The D width is considered a medium. Each width...
So you people have me somewhat addicted to nice shoes. I used to wear cheap fashion forward dress shoes, like Aldo, use them till they were tired then toss and replace. Cheap as they were (both in terms of construction and cost) I knew they fit me well or certainly would after a brief break in...
I'm interested in buying a pair of AE's off ebay but I'm concerned as to what the 'girth' letters really indicate? What is a correct measure of these letters? Anyone have a chart or something?
I am 5'10, 170 pounds and wear an 8 1/2. How can I narrow down the other measurement?