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The brown Strandmok was the one I had in mind, although it doesn't have a leather sole, you still get that sliver of color and it came to mind. I'll post a resource for everyone tomorrow.
I post here and on several other social media platforms. You can also contact stores or pm me with any questions or ideas you have. For this trunk show, I posted all the details on page 1570. Let me know if you need anything expanded on!
will we be able to do split sizing, i.e. right and left pair different sizes?I post here and on several other social media platforms. You can also contact stores or pm me with any questions or ideas you have. For this trunk show, I posted all the details on page 1570. Let me know if you need anything expanded on!
The split toe is one style that has to come and go. If you get 10 guys who like that style, you will have 10 different opinions on what looks best. All hand stitched? Machine stitched? Split with an apron? How long should the apron be? I like the Walton but others like the Delray. Yet others want a full Algonquin. For what seems to be a simple style there are a lot of combinations that a small subset of buyers are looking for.When you think about it, pretty amazing how many AE split-toe iterations have come, and gone, over the years. Perhaps more than any other style? Just guessing on that. This one, the Seneca, also now defunct but new to me, I think I rather like, and of course the always rich, Bradley in suede.
Oh I see. I'll choose the lightest color sole option and then darken it if needed. At the very least, I've become confident in how to lighten and darken my sole edges.The brown Strandmok was the one I had in mind, although it doesn't have a leather sole, you still get that sliver of color and it came to mind. I'll post a resource for everyone tomorrow.
If you look at the tags at the top of the page, you'll see info on where to find the details. Post #233554 on page 1570. I'd repost, but, it's a lot of info!
Cool thanks. The MacNeil in 14e fits amazingly. I imagine I could do a 15d.For what it's worth, the 93602 pair I have, in my brannock size of 10.5 3E, fits close to like a glove. Whereas my AE shell MacNeil in the same size offers a bit more room width-wise and in length. The latter however is also much more broken in, and so, perhaps a bit of shoe stretching could still get you there? The experts would have to weigh in. Also, I just described my entire "exotic" shoe collection. lol. Currently.
I fail to see how this is absurd. Seem's pretty logical and organized to me. She already knew how much "shoe polish crap" you had anyway, but now it's organized.I finally consolidated my various shoe polish tupperwares
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I’m having some difficulty coming to grips with the absurdity of this.
Worst part about the consolidation is she realized how much shoe polish crap I really have