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Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread 2016 - News, Pictures, Sizing, Accessories, Clothing, etc

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by watchidiot, Feb 12, 2016.

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  1. orange fury

    orange fury Senior member

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    Burgundy Nathans from yesterday:
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    The V-gap completely closes on this shoe, but my feet are more swollen in the morning
     


  2. Neo1

    Neo1 Senior member

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    Can't believe you forgot the best one [​IMG]
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  3. RTD1

    RTD1 Senior member

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    I just can't get into the split toe design, from AE or anyone else. As a casual shoe, it does nothing for me that a moc/apron toe design without the split does not, and I think the moc/apron design looks cleaner.
     
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  4. Gabru

    Gabru Senior member

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    I like both moc toe as well as split toe and think there is place for both. Both of these break the monotony from wings and caps equally well, two fine examples here -

    AE singleton -
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    And the split toe boot by another "reputable" maker [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     


  5. SLCRich

    SLCRich Senior member

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    Starting Friday off correct. Suede Strand to get me through the day. (I was eyeing the Neumok and Strandmok for a casual shoe when I remembered these bad boys. I have shoe problems)
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  6. M2511

    M2511 Senior member

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    I'm not even sure how you could forget these. If I had them my McTavish would almost never be worn. If I could find those in my size I'd be all over them despite my self imposed spending freeze hah.
     


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    There is a pair of suede Byrons in my size on the bay. Heavily tempted.
     


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    I think, internally, my gut is telling me I need more casual shoes instead of dress. Yet I'm the same guy that would rock chili/oxblood PA with jeans so...
     


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    Worst shoes ever.
     


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    Jealous... There are a pair of Indy Line shoes in my size on there but I don't remember if its the same seller as the last time I saw them up. I know they sold and for $30 than current asking. If it isn't the same seller I'm thinking there is a reason the number of photos posted is limited.

    There is always a need.
     
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  11. MattRiv

    MattRiv Senior member

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    I'm in the same boat, haha. I wear most my shoes with jeans, too.
     
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  12. armedferret

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    I've done merlot McAllisters with jeans so far. And of course walnut Warwicks. Oh and the daltons.

    And sturgis.

    Hm.

    Guess I get to apply for membership in the club too heh.
     


  13. catlettsl

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    Hey Guys....

    Noticed there is very little love for the Clifton or Madison Avenue. I think these look great in Walnut and can be very versatile. Is there any love for these models and what are your thoughts?

    Thanks


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  14. MattRiv

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    I assume you mean Madison Park, which actually gets a lot of love on here. I agree, great looking walnut shoe. I've seen some Cliftons on the bay that I've been tempted by. Solid looking shoe.
     


  15. catlettsl

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    No I meant the Madison Avenue. It's a cap toe blucher similar to the Clifton [​IMG] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     


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