Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
your are just paranoid. Just use an insert on the offending foot to take up the volume.
I think JK meant that the shoes were too tight, no?
I know I am but I would hate to do that and wear them and they not work.
Dr they fit well through the foot but just slip out when I walk.
And I'm not trying to rip anyone off. I bought em when Edwards of Manchester had their sale and paid $700 so I just want that back.
Shearling Galways out to play again:
Great, love the laces!
They have repriced their EG's and they include shoe trees in the total price.
You are right bro. My bontoni single monks have a little room also
I guess hearing that plus wearing these confirmed it for me
I wish they would mention which last the shoes are on, in the description on the product write-up.
Getting my burgundy Inverness soon in addition to a couple of shoe trees; C&J Weymouth are keeping them company on the flight.
Holy shiet that's a lot of Lattanzis......
Crat, the meleze rings a bell but I can't think of where from.
Can you tell I'm bored:
Now that is a galway collection!!!
i really appericate people use nice boots for the snowy weather. But does heavy snow damages the leather sole? I am always wary to get any good shoe soaking in water on the street. Especially with salt and mud on the floor that is hard to prevent in snowy pavement.
I think that's the big thing. I am more hesitant to wear smart shoes in the winter here in NYC because of the salt. However, if I was walking around some beautiful powder in Colorado falls on my shoes, I wouldn't mind too much.
If I was wearing shell on the other hand...
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