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Paul Fredrick boots?

SSingh1975

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Hi all

So after flipping both my AE Strands and Daltons, I'm looking at other brands for dress boots. I have weird shaped slim feet and could never get the right fit with AEs. 10 is too tight around my toe area and 10.5 is too loose in the heel area. I just gave up on AE after trying both shoes after a month and living with discomfort. I own several pairs of Cole Haans and J&M in the same size and they fit fine (never needed break-in with these either).

Been around several shoe retailers locally and came across a pair of Paul Fredrick boots...label says 'made in Italy'. I don't know much about the brand and where it stands with shoeholics so posting here. Google doesn't spew up much for this brand either. I've been qouted $200 for the pair in the store.

Thoughts? Another "Cole Haan" kinda brand perhaps?
 

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