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lol Ttown. I have some laughs. Why are you afraid of loafers??? They do not bite. Lol

Maybe not but they are harder to get right than laced shoes and even harder for someone like myself where I have one foot 1/2 size smaller than the other.
 
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I see. I usually take the same size.

But I barely wear loafers in summer. Only during the weekend when I do not have to work. And some times I am too lazy to get out of home, I won't wear them at all. So I wear loafer less than 10 times in summer time.

You may want to get woodlore shoe trees. They should keep your loafers in good shape.
I take the same size but I am worried that they may loose up & this is buying things with out trying. But any ways skipped,the loafers & picked up,few other EG goodies amigo.
 

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The harrow or buxton in tobacco suede are both sweet loafers ttown.
 

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The harrow or buxton in tobacco suede are both sweet loafers ttown.

Don't leave out the Winchelsea and Sloane, which are variations of that split toe loafer theme. I like them in dark oak, burnt pine, and coffee suede. Cheerio fellows.
 

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Maybe not but they are harder to get right than laced shoes and even harder for someone like myself where I have one foot 1/2 size smaller than the other.
triple d I feel your pain.

Never had problem with JL loafers.

 

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