Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
have you looked at the "North Platte" (which is on closeout)?
^^^ Do you have a link?
Great scores and beautiful shoes! Enjoy
Enjoy those Daltons!
Thanks for the tip. I'll check with the Shoe Bank though it hasn't showed up my recent size stock list from Nate. Pity.
One of the Sales Associates at the Michigan Avenue store had a walnut Dalton with the mini lug sole added and I thought it was very nice looking...for winter. I think they looked great with heavier fabrics, but I question how good they would look with summer weight clothing.
So, if you're buying them as a fall/winter boot, I encourage you to get them with the sole
The "2 for $200" sale on closeouts is starting on the 1st, and the North Platte is included.
The North Platte
Do tell, who is having having this 2 for 200 sale?
i was wondering the same thing. i see some people post how they got AEs for ~$150 usd or so... I want to ge my first pair of AEs, but are they worth $335/pair? Can someone people let me know where I can find some of these sales? Is is their website or certain stores? Thanks in advance
Allen Edmonds of course...call your local store.
Can you be more specific? Are you referring to a brick & mortar store ( which would subsequently also be available through the AE website as well)? Or do you mean an AE outlet sale, which would require me to call up an outlet or the shoe bank?
Lastly, do you happen to know which shoes will be available for this promotion?
this should be the shoebank sale. I just emailed Edward at Freeport and still waiting on the lists to come thru my email in my sizes.
Is this an online sale? I live in Canada and I want a few pairs of AE. Anymore information on this sale? Thanks a bunch.
Just went to the AE location in Reston, VA by me. Great staff, the guy there helped me think about getting a versatile color for almost any occasion, so I went ahead and picked up some Walnut McAllisters in 7D. He was also helpful in explaining shoe care techniques and products. Ended up getting shoe trees, a shoe horn, walnut polish, conditioner, a brush, a cloth, and dressing. Total came out to ~$310 after tax (salesguy discounted everything for me, which was a great gesture). Happy to say I'm quite satisfied with my purchase/experience and looking forward to a lifetime of use with these shoes!
Recently picked up a pair of Strawfuts on sale. Love the lightweight feel of the shoes.
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