Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
I think I am done
It looks like you did what some others have done and used black polish? The darkening around the stitches is really nice. Good job!! They look great. I think I'll give it a shot. I'd like to try something on the raw edges, too.
I didn't realize the seconds were on sale for $99 on BF. Bummed I missed them.
I just received a pair of AE Randolph burgundy shell cordovan with poron innersole and rubber out sole. They are near new seconds, and I assume they are custom make ups. Can anyone tell me what the list price would have been for them? Thank you for your help.
While I do appreciate the look and style of Allen Edmonds, I have only bought one pair of their shoes and they are, without a doubt, the least comfortable pair of shoes that I own.
Hey guys, many of you have been reaching out to me about the wolverine 744 boot. we have a belt in store that matches with it really well and it's only $49.00. and if you get a pair of shoes, we'll knock an additional 20% off the price of the belt--- so that's the 744 for $399 and the matching belt for about $40 altogether!
Looks so good. Absolutely love the color. Nice job.
Looks good man!
I used a sharpie on the edges. This is after a night out last night, stumbling around and drinking. All I did after the night was brush and buff.
I've heard that there was once a cognac shell by AE. Does anyone have any pics?
How do you find the fit of the Randolph? To me they were very hard to get into at first...I mean there was a significant amount of my foot sticking out of the shoe. After finally getting them inside, they have been easier to get on than at first every other time.
Well, then which other shoes do you wear which you find more comfortable?
Do you have any belt in the $40s price range or so that matches a chili colored AE shoe?
Is that the truffle McGraw in the background? Nice! Never seen one as far as I know.
You did a great job on these
- where did you get the laces from?
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