Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
I'm kind of glad those LF shoes aren't my size. For sure I'd go straight to $800 on a couple pairs.
You and me, both.
I'm sure ryden has the sandpaper out, today, trying to get down to a 7.5.
How's the 184 last fit? I know some loafers I can go down .5. Thinking maybe that mocha suede loafer could work in 7.5 if I'm generally 8...
I really think that could work as well. Maybe instep will be the limiting factor?
Don't try it, that would be my advice as most of the EG loafers I have tried fit very tight after a few hours your feet will start to feel uncomfortable.
Trust me I have learnt it the hard way, paying a pretty hefty price for the mistakes I have made and still make- LOL
I definitely wear the same size (length). I could get away with a narrower width, although break-in time is a little longer. Also, X-posts on a couple of threads: Changed the laces on a couple of my shoes and I thought I'd take a pictures of my tan and brown shoes. I took one of my red shoes sometime ago so I thought these are in order: Tans: Browns: The browns are still missing their dark oak Shannons and Galways...
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Nice D, looks like I still have a long way to catch up on my collection. I thought you had way more boots though
Wonderful collection Doc, seems like you have everything covered.
Tans: Browns: The browns are still missing their dark oak Shannons and Galways... [/quote] Lovely collection, thank you for sharing!
Lovely collection, thank you for sharing![/quote]
Thanks! Funny I realized that I still missed a few that were by my front door but I think it shows the colors well.
I do! Interestingly they are in other colors (Alden x2, Shannons x3, AS x1 plus the dark oak Shannons and Galways and 2 pairs of Alden in cigar and whiskey waiting to be made). Hence I'm done for the next 30 years... unless I move back to NYC and all the walking will make them last 13 years.
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