- Oct 1, 2015
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I could use some advice. During a previous sale I purchased a pair of Kenwood loafers in shell cordovan, in the size in which I typically buy lace-ups. They’re large enough on me that my heel slips out when I walk. They work better with thicker socks, but I don’t think I’ll ever be able to wear them without socks, or even with thin dress socks. I tried adding a heel pad, but it made a negligible difference. I wear size 14, so I can’t so god one-half of a size. Is there anything else you would suggest to help me improve the fit? Perhaps a tongue pad?
great collection. What last are the double monks on and how do they fit relative to 65 or 201?
Mora is 108. Think 201 with sharper taper. I got too much toe crunch at my 65 size, but many love it.The double monks are the Mora. I wear them in the same size as the 65 last - I don’t remember what last these are on.
On the socks that they offer sizes, medium would be your best size. Although on some of them a medium might be just a hair small. At 9.5C I get mediums and sometimes large.I would like to buy some socks off AE and I can’t find their sock size chart. What should I get for my 9 size foot? Thank you in advance
Have you conveyed your concerns to ae? I have never found ae anything other than extremely helpful when problems arise.I tired of paying too much money for subpart results.
For $725 they should be licking and sticking for me. No sanding, no pictures to production. Make it better the first time.
Hell no, she is waiting on the next disagreement and then pow! She will punch you right in the balls with your extra shoe purchases. It is coming but you won’t see it coming.speaking of which... My wife got to the anniversary sale box before I could sequester it! She opened it up and had said nothing! Last month, she said no more sores, but she can’t have missed the bone strandmok pair in this box. I’m confused now. Is she waiting for me to fess up?
The Mexicans have a real love of shoe shining. My friend Gilberto said I was the only American who gave a damn about shiny shoes, but if you're wearing dull shoes in Mexico, you'd be a laughing stock.After walking about 10 miles in these Woollymoks the dust of Mexico finally made them too dirty to wear. I went to a street shine guy and told him to be careful with the wool. He looked at me and said that the wool is just as dirty as the leather and that they are waterproof so he just soaped up the entire shoe. He wiped them off and waited a minute for them to dry. They were clean and no visible difference. He laced them Euro bar and I went along my merry way.
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When you provide a product or service, the customer must be completely satisfied. My day job and side job share this philosophy. It is NOT a special privilege to purchase shoes from an Allen Edmonds trunk show.
The below comments don't necessarily have anything to do with the recently discussed issues... But in the abstract, I think we all want to do business with companies that live by the "customer is always right" mantra. In my experience and from what I have seen from having participated in this thread for a long time is that AE is that type of company. Great!What I meant with accepting "the good with the bad" is that AE will sometimes mess up orders and patience will be required to either have a new one made or find another solution. I've had AE mess up some of mine before, but they found a solution that worked out great for both of us. Please don't take this comment as me saying anyone on here is in the wrong for expressing dissatisfaction with a pair. Not everyone's situation with trunk show shoes has been like mine. I just mean, speaking for myself that AE has always found a solution.