Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
(Not to mention his dentures too)
The shell browns: Walnut, Cappuccino, Brown
Black, new burgundy, old burgundy, brown, brown, cappuccino, walnut
Anyone here own a pair of AEs eagle county boots? or any experience with them.
I'm wondering if theyd fit the bill for a F/W casual boot.
Am I the only allen edmonds fan who thinks the pictures on their websites should be changed to actual pictures of the shoes in real light with no photoshop involved??? It's hard to make a decision on what shoes I want, and what color I want them in when I know from experience that the colors and even the shape of the shoes look completely different in real life than on the website.
Allen Edmonds, I love your shoes, but please please PLEASE put real pictures of real shoes on your website! Maybe even pictures of real people wearing them instead of that lame pants simulator thing.
These are absolutley amazing. Congrats!
I think it's common knowledge by now, but I was in contact with AE about a MTO and there is no lighter brown shell available.
Are you saying they are out of cappuccino?? I have been meaning to order a pair of dundees do I really hope that isn't the case
I didn't ask for any specific color. I said I was interested in any lighter brown shell cordovan color. Their answer was "At this time we do not have any lighter brown color in the shell cordovan."
They said to call to see what shades they do have. I didn't bother. But if you do, let me know!
I'd like to hear about these as well.
WOW. There have been some amazing MTO's on this thread. What else is out there?
They still have cappuccino just order another pair
Rydenfan it's the walnut there out of
From these pics it looks like cappuccino and brown are pretty similar. They look more similar in the sunlight pics. Anyone else have experience with both? I could go for some cappuccino shell.
I have both and the cappuccino " with the pairs I have" been slight lighter with what I would call nicer under tones
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