- Feb 4, 2013
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W....O....W!Fresh from Alden of Washington D.C., Alden Ravello "Tanker" Bluchers. The classic combination of the Norwegian Split Toe design with the Barrie Last, but in the Blucher design. A really cool model that now both DC and SF are carrying (periodically of course).
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With their Aberdeen and Boot cousins.
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Yeah, I definitely agree! Alden definitely uses their conservative nature to keep them as close to rock solid as possible! There are perks to them not expanding their production back when demand was insane, as it helps to level off the demand curve and keep it consistent. They have definitely helped their shops out as much as possible with the exotic “bones” they have tossed at the shops.Honestly I feel like Alden has stepped up recently with all the whiskey, color 4, ravello and other shades. I also had a talk with Steven at Leffot recently - he said Alden held up among the best of his brands during the pandemic (makes sense given the causal nature of many of the makeups).