The Official Alden Thread for 2016 - Share reviews, sizing, advice, and photos.

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  1. Mghart

    Mghart Senior member

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    THIS. Basically the unionmade mccopin boot with a proper sole. It could even be brass eyes/hooks whatever.. Would love to see this boot made.
     
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    @EP Sam - Awesome news on the TO Tie Guy Boot. I'm looking forward to mine.

    For future orders, I'd love to see a brown alpine grain LHS loafer.
     
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    J.Gilbert Hummus 6-eye Chukka

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    My daily WSAYWT is quickly becoming either these or my Whiskey WTBs. Hey, at least I'm alternating them, right?
     
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    +1. I would have purchased it from Unionmade if it had been on commando.
     
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    Thank you very much!

    I am reasonably certain 9.5 is the right length...now you are making me wonder whether I should try a B width instead of a C width. I tnd to prefer thin socks, even with work boots such as the Indy because my feet tend to run hot and sweaty.
     
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    :slayer::slayer: @BenLeaman
     
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    Whiskey Chuck's
     
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    Nice!
    I've been on a waiting list for these for two years, wonder how many more it will be.
     
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    Jealous!
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    Well if you're a 9D Barrie, why wait! You could always make me an offer I couldn't refuse. [​IMG]
     
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    We all know what day it is. :cheers:


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    Fawkes007 Well-Known Member

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    So, as kind of a newbie to the Alden world, can anyone shed some light on how one might go about procuring the alternative (ravello, whiskey, cigar) shell colors (other than the used market)? And is it possible to procure such unicorns in a B width? Is there a secret handshake?
     
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    I have had a lot of luck reading this thread and catching clues when there are available unicorns at the usual retailers. Then there is ebay, SF, grailed grey market. And then you have to move fast, buy first, think later... Good luck!
     
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