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JoS. A. Bank Cedar Shoe trees on sale

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SchoolyardBully, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. cbfn

    cbfn Distinguished Member

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    Okay, it's either 1-for-1/2, 2-for-1 (0.5 + 0.5) or 3-for-1 (0.5 + 0.5 + 0). It's 50% of the entire site + 3rd free.
     
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    newbie123 Well-Known Member

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    Edit: Ooops, my fault:

    S(7-8 1/2D; 6 1/2-8E), M(9-10D; 8 1/2-9 1/2E), L(10 1/2-11 1/2D; 10-11E), XL(12-14D; 11 1/2-13E).

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    I couldn't find a size chart on the shoe trees, what size should I get? I normally wear 10-11 EE-EEE.

    Thanks.
     
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  3. cbfn

    cbfn Distinguished Member

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    I use a 8D and the M fits mine perfectly. I would maybe recommend XL, but hard to say.
     


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    12345Michael54321 Distinguished Member

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    Definitely a large.
     


  5. cbfn

    cbfn Distinguished Member

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    Beacuse it says so on the size chart or because you have first hand experience?
     


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    I'd stop by the store today instead of ordering them online, luckily there's a JAB store a few blocks from my office. I'm wearing my AE Van Ness right now (10.5 EEE) and I'll try the trees when I'm there. I'll post back when I can.
     


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    Because I have first hand experience with X-Large JAB shoe trees, and based on how they fit my size 13-3E shoes, I seriously doubt whether they'd be the best choice for size 10 or 11 wide.
     


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    Just bought three XL shoe trees from JAB today for $25 (my AE shoe trees are XL also). Thanks to SF :slayer:

    I'm not an expert on shoe trees at all but I really do not see any difference between a JAB and an AE shoe tree (aside from the label of course).
     


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    ter1413 Stylish Dinosaur

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    congrats....good deal..
     


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    If you enter SHIPAPR in box number two, you get free shipping.
     


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    Thanks for the update, needed a few more pairs of trees.

    Also for 10-11 definitely get a large
    edit and for the free ship code.
    edit 2: Free ship code doesn't seem to apply at checkout
     
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    Actually, you can get them for less than $7, with free shipping, by stacking discounts--that's what I did. Read more here:

    http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/...f-Everything-(Shoe-trees-become-7.50-but-AE-)

    Brass collar stays and cedar hangers (the fat kind, which are made by Woodlore, IIRC) are also worth picking up. A box of stays is less than $7, hangers about the same.
     


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    What is the price now
     


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    Gibonius Stylish Dinosaur

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    :plain:

    Go check the website.
     


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