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Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread - reviews, pictures, sizing, etc...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.

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  1. adamk77

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    I found it at the outlet store. Luckily, they happened to have 1 pair in my size.

    A quick question if anyone can answer:

    I have the Wilson Leather Water and Stain Repellant and the conditioner. Would it be okay to use it on the boot?
     
  2. horsey shoes

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    I think I have felt this way too, but not vocalized it... I agree, no real appeal for me either for the patent leather Macallisters.
    Just means that my wallet will be sparred until the next must have shell web gem.
     
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    Just read about the new vs old burgundy shell colors. Anybody have a side by side comparison?

    I recently picked up the J. Crew Alden #8 cap toe boot and as much as I love my burgundy shell Leeds & MacNeil, Alden's color #8 sure is stunning. Maybe even more so than the AE burgundy. They also take an amazing shine.
     
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    I'm looking for some advice on my next AE purchases. I just received my Park Ave. in black calf and I'm looking for advice on my second and third AE purchases. I need another option for a navy suit along with a third more casual choice. Perhaps a Bourbon Strand with a Dalton in...??? Looking for any suggestions you all may have.
     
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    I am puzzled that AE can produce one-off weirdness like this and yet hasn't offered a proper patent formal tuxedo shoe, like the Ritz or the Copley, in the last couple of years.


    ^^ This man speaks the truth. I can probably afford three shell webgems a year... and that outlay will prevent me from buying lesser shoes.

    elstinnett, it's tough to go wrong with that bourbon Strand -- it's a gorgeous color and a classic shoe. I've been looking really hard at some gunboats like the Macneil or Larchmont (which to me looks STUNNING in bourbon); the open lacing and heavy broguing is more casual, but I'd still happily wear them with a navy suit to occasions for which the PAs might be too stiff.
     
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    I sure wish they would come back out with the Dalton in Walnut shell again.


    Is it possible to order something like this from AE even though they don't currently advertise it on their website.
     
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    In my experience, you need to call online CS and ask. They will check with the Powers That Be and get back to you.
     
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    Also, I think they charge a custom order fee that's around $100.
     
  9. badgerbrush

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    just picked up a pair of walnut Strands for $210 on Amazon (my first pair of AE!). many sizes are around $261 (if the seller is Amazon proper), and if you sign up for Amazon emails you'll get a 20% off coupon. better than the Nordstom sales imo.
     
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    Congrats and enjoy your strands. Welcome to the forum.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Thank guys.

    I might just do that.

    Interested in picking up a shell boot in lighter shade and it appears as the wait for Alden Ravello could be a long one.
     
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    Congrats, the walnut Strands are very nice indeed.
     
  14. Mulligan142

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    Did the same with the Walnut strand deal on Amazon today. Great price for new shoes, just remember to sign up for Amazon's 20% shoe discount through their newsletter.
     
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    I own that Webgem Macllister ain red,white and blue they are super cool shoes just I wear twice in July and everybody say good things about the shoes, they are my first AE shoes after that I owm 5 pairs, Players sand and white,Mctavish tan color, the webgem red,white and blue and a black Strawfut, I'm so happy for own this shoes...and I'm hunting for one more webgem... :)
     
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    they are UGLY!!! :)
     
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    I'm interested in the Neumok in both red and blue, however, this would be a first dive into such colored shoes and I'm not sure what color belt to pair with them. Suggestions? Thinking of wearing them with brown chinos and possibly black trousers. I did some searches on the forum, but didn't locate any fits with the Neumok.
     
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  18. 0ShinAkuma0

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    A belt to match Navy Neumoks? Any of these would be suitable, I think.
    http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonlin...001_-1_1_image_0_N_212_212_137811_subcategory
    One of those belts are available in red too.

    Just took some photos of my navy blue Neumoks with some different pants, different color combinations. Hope this helps somewhat as well. :)

    Gray jeans:

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    Khaki colored, but I personally think they go better with a darker khaki color, or brown.

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    Dark Green, this may be a bit out there, but what the hell. It's my favorite combination.

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    And lastly, black jeans:

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  19. BootSpell

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    btw dddrees, when I got my walnut shell Daltons about 6 months ago, there was no webgem or anything that I was aware of. I had ordered the walnut calf Daltons initially and I called AE customer service and inquired about the walnut shell ones and they just happened to have one in stock in my size. I know I might have been lucky but there might be one out there in your size!
     
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    Great combos. When I had navy neumoks, I wore them with blue/indigo or grey jeans.

    I love the dark green + navy neumok combo you have there - not out there at all - perfect, actually.
     
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