Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by watchidiot, Feb 12, 2016.
You'd have to show us a photo of the bottom . . .
To me that appears to just be a replaced heal with AE standard sole.
I agree. The sole is just odd because it's double the thickness that my other Bradleys are (have to sell them b/c they are too small) and the same as someone else posted. I figured they must've been MTO with a double sole? Just curious.
I would say thats probably the case. Looks like the sole on my McTavish pair (different color edging).
Every looked at Meermin Majorca?
They have an MTO for a snuff loafer https://www.meermin.es/grupoMTO.php?idGrupo=417#
or a chocolate tassel https://www.meermin.es/articulo.php?idArt=4548
Thanks for the suggestions!
I picked up one of their premium brand shoes while I was in Madrid last Sept and the craftsmanship is off the charts for what I paid ($280) for a hand welted model.
Looks like a regular double sole to me.
@AndyMiddles Ever look at club Monaco south beach?
I agree, the old brown looked really good. I think Dark Chili is the closest thing to them now, but that has more red.
Here's a pic of some brown calf Memphis shoes I have for sale (9D and only $50 shipped!).
Casual Friday Wilbert
Had to skip Wednesday, so it's Walnut for me today on a "casual" Friday!
I need to dial in on my size in Beckman, but I am set on buying it. I received the Concord Ave in 8.5D, but they are are kind of wide. The length seems ok, but it tough to say when it's wide. I wonder if I should try 8D and/or 9B in suede Cavanaugh, which is also on the 114. The Patriot in 9B is the right width but it's a little long.
I don't know why people hate on wearing dress shoes with jeans. I love my Strands with denim.
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