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Apropos the recent discussion about short wing and austerity patterns... a pair of heinrich dinkelacker shortwing (almost) austerity brogues hit my ebay feed today and I thought I would share them. Such an appealing pattern. Unfortunately not my size.
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I don't care about the shoes.... I want your damn beautiful Elite HW. I'll trade you three grandchildren, two dogs, and two horses for it!!
 

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I don't care about the shoes.... I want your damn beautiful Elite HW. I'll trade you three grandchildren, two dogs, and two horses for it!!
The horses sound like they might have some value to me but I hate to break it to you that those are not my shoes, watch, or arm. It's a hell of a nice watch though, no argument there.
 

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I got a rare opportunity to acquire a pair of Dalton boots in Chocolate Brown. I received them last Wednesday and they look incredible. I had also recently purchased the same pair but in Oxblood.

The chocolate brown boots came with red shoe bags, when did AE provide these? I’m only asking because I noticed that the quality of these boots look superior to the oxblood. The holes on the broguing looks impeccable and there’s no loose grain on the boot except for the tongue, which is well hidden. Honestly, the oxbloods don’t look bad at all, but the quality between the two is a bit noticeable.

And how dare y’all talk bad about the Daltons a few pages back. It’s my favorite boot, I like the slim profile AE went for. The other models from other brands just looks really off and bulky to me.
Good looking ladyboys there.
 

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Did I or didn’t I?
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How’s the volume compared to a standard PA? Is the full closure due to limited width options?
I can make the D width work in the sneakers. Can’t do that in the dress shoes.
 

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I could-maybe-possibly on the right day, if the planets were aligned correctly, if I was in the right mood, and they offered less contrasted sole colors, like the PA/Strand sneaker.
It's the white sole that is so off-putting to me. With the white athletic shoe sole, it's a never gonna purchase those type of shoe.
 

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