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Rule or not, that’s a nice looking pair of trousers. Where did you find those?
Did you end up with your regular size on that model? I know some here because it is unlined have bought one width down. Some two.A moment of silence for what I noticed on my snuff Neumoks this morning. The material gave way in the broughing (sp?) area. I wonder if them being unlined increases the risk of that.
The Neumok is one those maddening AE mishmashes: an oxford with a split welt and a sole edge too light for anything too dressy. Still, it has filled a hole (no pun intended) in the rotation, especially in the spring / summer. And they are super comfortable.
I suppose some would use this as an excuse to buy a certain polo suede loafer from a certain Northampton manufacturer but I’m made of sterner stuff. I think. Maybe.
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As long as it doesn't affect fit or comfort I wouldn't worry about it, Amigo. Chalk it up to character/patina and keep going.I'd say I have about 20 uses out of these Allen Edmonds Stands and I'm noticing creases on the inner side of the shoes...Mostly the left shoe. Is this somewhat common/uncommon? Maybe one foot is wider than the other? Thoughts?? Anyways...I spent time at the AE store trying out different sizes and these were the best fit. Though at first these shoes were very uncomfortable, however after the 10th time wearing them, they are becoming more and more comfortable.