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As rumored, AE has their new styles up, and one of them is indeed a Chelsea boot. Gorgeous from the picture, can't wait to get one!Originally Posted by mrchapel
Hmmm, what's the deal with the rubber sole? Is this still a welted shoe?Originally Posted by NoVaguy
I wish an American maker would make a nice, sleek monkstrap and blutcher with a well finished, good looking sole and heel. Johnston and Murphy does one for the Japanese market but of course you can't get it here.Originally Posted by edmorel
Can someone explain the reason for A-E to use a 360 degree welt stitching? This is one of the main reasons I find A-E clunky looking.Originally Posted by HitMan009
The C&J is beautiful. But why is it so hard to find English shoes in wide widths in this country?
New owner in town. The guy needs to make more money to finance is takeover transaction cost.Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
There's a bigger market for wide widths in the US, due to the obesity issue. I'm not surprised that American manufacturers that sell predominantly in America are the sole company to address this market.Originally Posted by NoVaguy
Hey there, now. I'm not obese! I just have wide feet. Always have had, even when I weighed 150 lbs.