Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
Oh..Leydon 5.5E fit for me , but Barrie 5.5D too long for me , So i dont know which size for me...
Amazing for $99. Hope they release this color officially.
I think most of us know the Cliftons, but man until I actually saw the Niles, I couldn't agree with you, but now that I own them totally agree.
E is opening a store in Philly in 2013. It will be nice to have the full line up available for inspection.
How on earth were they only $99?!?! paint me jelly
You actually can get a replacement at the same price if under "Reason for return" you choose "Defective/Does not work properly". I'm fine flagging them as that since they're not first quality. However, right now this is not an option for me since it says:
Why can't I get a replacement?
We can't offer a replacement for this item because it's out of stock. You're welcome to return the item for a refund.
I've done this in the past for another pair of AE from Amazon.
I apologize. I meant the following:
Barrie 5D maybe E
Any good sales on Walnut Strands?
I think Nordstrom will have them for $219 during Boxing Week? Can anyone corroborate? J
Would like some opinions. These are my new burgundy shell Daltons. I've seen #8/burgundy shell boots with an antique edge treatment and really liked the look. The question --- do you think it would look funny if I sanded off the black edging and used some antique (maybe chili) sole edge dressing? I was set on doing this before I got these boots but now I'm not so sure. I know I won't be able to do the top where the welt actually is, so that would remain black.
I don't want to send them to say B.Nelson now to have them resoled with antique edging as they're so new.
I also have the J.Crew/Alden #8 PCT boots. These pose the same problem but I wonder if they are a better candidate?
Boot spell I have selfish reason but I vote you do the Dalton so I can see and copy
Shell question guys. I am about to get a pair of 744 wolverines that have some scuffs and minor scratches at one of the outlets and was wondering that will some brown shell polish how hard will it to buff out
Also any idea who made the 721 shell Wolverines
Finally received my cordovan Dundees:
It looks more like brown cordovan than truffle, but it still looks nice. All the details were as i asked, poron insole, natural outsole, level heels.
Just for kicks, Vinci's in the wild:
A bit of vamp creasing, but they fit spot on, and they take a good shine. Excuse the trouser shortness, i was taking my own picture
I think you want to brush and buff the crap out of them first, before trying any polish. The natural oils will smooth out a lot of the scratches. But it takes a lot of elbow grease. Also, try rubbing your thumb over one of the spots to see how much difference it makes.
i am pretty sure the 721 were also made by AE.
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