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Horween Natural Shell Cordovan Strands by Allen Edmonds

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Watchman1, Dec 4, 2015.

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  1. Watchman1

    Watchman1 Senior member

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    Gentlemen,

    The description says it all. They had an issue with the sole and AE recrafted them for me. So, they are essentially brand new. This sole has never been walked on. The shade is beautiful. Between Ravello and Whiskey.

    Specs:

    Size: 10EE
    Last: 65 Last by Allen Edmonds
    Leather: Horween Natural Shell Cordovan
    Sole: Dainite
    Welt: Flat
    Lining: Independence

    These were purchased at the very first trunk show last November by me personally. These were a grail for me. The fit was never what I wanted. I only wore these a few times, as they were a part of a larger rotation.

    $650 includes shipping and insurance.
     
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    Wow, I wish these were a 10.5d. Great shoes!
     
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    How would these fit someone 10D on the Barrie?
     
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  5. Watchman1

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    LIKE. A. GLOVE. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I can't believe these are still here, and in almost brand new condition...

    Perhaps someone on Ebay will swoop them up?
     
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    Price Bump to $600
     
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    Mind blowing that these are still here...
     
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    ^Agreed. If these were 3E I would have probably already snagged them

    BEAUTIFUL shoes
     
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    What was your issue with fit and what is your normal size?
     
  13. Watchman1

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    Good question.

    I found that the 65 last fits me best in a 3E as opposed to 2E.

    They are in such pristine condition that there was the temptation to list them as new.

    Somebody is gonna end up with these and be like; "Watchman, you was right..."

    Until then, here they sit...
     
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    Your problem is just finding a 10EE. beautiful shoes, very fair price, but 10EE folks are not easy to find
     
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    And I understand that.

    Several things to consider:

    1. The 65 last is narrow
    2. These have the Independence Lining with Dainite

    These variables make for a tighter fit than normal IMO.

    With this in mind, I thing that these shoes would fit someone who is a US 10.5D.

    Also, Someone who normally takes the AE 65 last in a 9.5 EEE

    Finally, someone who is a US 10E.

    So, potential wearers are those who are: 10.5D, 9.5EEE and 10E.

    Thanks.
     
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    avsmusic1 Senior member

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    As someone who is a very close size, I would agree with all of these points and the suggested sizes.
     
  17. Watchman1

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    Somebody needs to swoop these up for real...
     
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    I am 10.5d, and really tempted but just seems to risky with the EE sadly.
     
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    Let me start by saying I have no affiliation w/ the seller.

    I measure a 10.5e on a brannock and take a 10eee in the old Jefferson (same last and same "independence" lining). The 65 last is long and narrow so many people go down a half size and up a width. The lining also makes them fit more narrow than the marked size suggests. I would bet these would be a near perfect fit for someone who measures out as a 10.5d
     
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