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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. 007Bond

    007Bond Senior member

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    End of the day and though I don't want to time to take off the Blue Neumoks.

    Really as shoes go probably one of the most comfortable shoes AE makes all day and I still want to wear them longer.

    Tomorrow not sure the Hillfires or the brown Neumoks such hard decisions to make.
     
  2. coolarrow

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    What current AE shoes are unlined? The only ones I can think of are the Neumok and the Dalton boot. TIA.
     
  3. mreams99

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    The Cronmok and Strandmok are also unlined.
    I was pretty sure that the Dalton was lined though.
     
  4. 007Bond

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    Daltons are lined.
     
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    I believe the Strandmok is partially lined.
     
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    I want to see lots more pictures and details on the AExMD chukkas... [​IMG]
     
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  7. 007Bond

    007Bond Senior member

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    yea I agree I have seen more pics on ebay with them for sale then on here.

    I don't get mien till next year.
     
  8. peppercorn78

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    007Bond Senior member

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    Normandy's also unlined.
     
  10. mreams99

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    I have come to appreciate chukkas. I wish that AE would bring out a couple more varieties, like the old Bleecker.
     
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    Thanks. I'm mulling over an MTO.

    I own a 2-3 YO pair of shell daltons that is unlined. Thought they all came like that.
     
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    Anyone have odd creasing on their Cornwallis? I've never had anything crease so far forward on the toe before. This is only the 4th or 5th time I've worn these and no other pair I own has creased quite like this even after dozens of wears.
     
  13. 007Bond

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    Funny I bought a pair but had to return did not fit but I had read many reviews of this very issue. Maybe glad they did not fit.
     
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    Nope.



    This. The only exceptions I've found are shell (since they are careful not to last too tight and risk splitting the shell), and thick vegetable tanned leathers (Essex, Dublin) since I would imagine its harder to last as tight as calf because of their stiffness. YMMV.
     
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    Were these the ones from Paramus? Maybe thats why they were sent to the outlet without being marked as seconds.
     
  16. 007Bond

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    Yup that's exactly the ones.
     
  17. Lobster33

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    Well, I kind of disagree. If you tried on the Clark Streets in natural chormexcel and then tried on the same size Carlyle, you'd swear they were not from the same last. But yes, the last is a great starting point, but the materials sometimes make a huge difference.
     
  18. ace13x

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    So, nails aside, you've done quite well on your "seconds" recently.
     
  19. M635Guy

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    No - same size
     
  20. ace13x

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    But those are two totally different models. One is a split toe blucher, the other is a whole cut. That would be like expecting a Leeds to fit exactly the same as Long Branch.
     
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