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Derby/Blutcher for less than 200$?

JeansMan

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For almost a decade now I've been wearing a pair of Eccos (light brown oxford cap toe) with a pair of blue jeans. Couldn't find a picture of the pair, but they look look like the Williams Cap Toe Oxford. At this point I want a change and am looking for advice on both brand names and style in general. The shoe is closed lace, light brown, rubber sole, and cap toe.

Looking to change to an open lace, light brown, leather sole with sole protector, and possibly without cap toe. Another member recommended Barker shoes and found the Ellon - Antique Rosewood - Derbys Shoe. They look gorgeous, but need some feed back. I'm worried about a tight toe box because my feet are closer to an 11.5E and usually get 12D. As an alternative the CAP TOE BLUCHER COGNAC ANTIQUE look good and might be a better fit, but the darker brown isn't my preference.

Are there any recommendations for shoes that are less expensive, or any alternatives you think I'd like more?
 

philie

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check out allen edmonds factory seconds.
they have an additional sale on the shoes. made in the USA and well within your range.
 

mak1277

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These are worth checking on. Great value discounted under $200.

 

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