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One loafer above all others

Nobilis Animus

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I've worn boat shoes in the snow. It was slippery but comfortable, and made more sense on the uni campus than it may sound.
 

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I suppose if I drive I will wear loafer more often in the winter, but definitely not if I have to walk a lot..
 

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I suppose it depends on the loafer and the prevailing conditions. A lined loafer when cold but dry? Sure. Unless I’m going to be outside all day, I’ve done it without being uncomfortable.
 

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This also depends on individual tolerance. I'm willing to bet that a lot of people who can't stand loafers in the cold also don't mind summer quite as much.
 

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I’ll wear loafers in the cold just like I wear my boots in the summer. The exception being if it’s raining, although in Southern California it doesn’t rain often.
 

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Are you showing off shoes from two different pairs or is this just one pair? These shoes are quite literally different colors
my thought was mismatched shoes too at the beginning, but they are the same pair as having identical serial no. inside. not bothering me anyway.
 

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My 184 size is the same as all my other EG sizes (meaning the size I take for the 202, 606, 888, etc)

No experience with the Rain last. Conventional EG sizing is 1/2 size down from your US size. So if you're a 9D in US sizing, then you're prob 8.5E or 8.5F in Edward Green's UK sizing
 

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