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AE Delray

Lawman

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I have a pair of the AE Delray in dark brown, and I have to say, I really like this shoe. It has a nice shape, and goes well with many trousers. This week I received a pair of the Delrays in the dark brown brogue suede. I picked them up for $135.00 during the sale. They are gorgeous. I know that guys here have given the Delray a mixed appraisal, but I love the damned things.



 

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I tried a pair on at the Cabazon outlet about a month ago and thought they were great. The shape is a lot better on the foot than it looks in pictures. I didn't buy them only because I was feeling like I'd spent too much money recently, but I've wished I'd had them ever since. They seem like a very versatile shoe that would work very well with most casual clothes. I'm planning on going back soon and getting them.
 

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I think the Delray is a very handsome, versatile shoe. I think the suede version looks good. I have the very similar Hancock in brogue suede. The big difference is that the Hancock (#4 last) fits my feet well, the Delray (#8 last) does not.
 

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I have it in black and chili. Both are good looking, but the chili looks great!
 

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I wore the Delray in Chili today and got a couple of compliments. It is my favorite shoe when not wearing a suit and tie.

Didn't know it was offered in Suede. Might have to pick that up next time I'm through Burlington!
 

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I wore a pair of chili Delrays into Sky Valet, which sells Edward Green, Westons, and, at the time, Vass. One of the owners asked me who made the shoe, because he thought it looked quite nice. He could have been just sweet-talking a customer, but the compliment seemed very genuine.
 

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