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Sources for classic style shoes in Boston

Christofuh

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I'll list the ones I know:

Two AEs downtown outlets. There was a 3rd one over @ Atrium Mall, but they closed down.
Aldens that you can actually go in and try on @ Tannery and Giblees. The Boylston store was selling cordovans for $505 last time I was there.
" Peal & Co. " @ BB flagship on Newbury
Rebadged EG and C & J at POLO
LB carries Bonora for around $600 and Kiton @ an anal spasm-inducing $1925.
The ever predictable Saks and NM should be getting free company stock from Prada-Gucci-Paul-Smith right about know.
Barney's has A.Harris ( some pretty decent, others with trademark Captain Crunch soles/laces), Lidfort and C & J. Speaking of the latter, the floor guy told me they had stocked a rather large selection in the spring that barely sold. So they ended up sending it back to NYC.
Bally, KAP'S and Bloomies are too sad to comment.
Seem to have a bad vibe about Mr.Sid
The Church's store on Boylston is gone with the wind, and J.M.Weston came and went too.
Is that it or am I leaving somebody out ?
 

old dover trad

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Hello Chris in the fall J.PRESS will be selling their own shoes I read it from the source Misterman on AAAC.
 

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