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Where can I find shoes like these?

Pepe Sylvia1

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My apologies, I could not get the picture to embed, so I had to post a link.

They are the brown cap toe shoes on the bottom row, second from the right. I've been trying to find a pair of shoes like them for a while to no avail. If anyone could help me out I would greatly appreciate it.

Cheers.

http://community.tmlewin.co.uk/features/2836?page=1
 

quardorf

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I second this search. I too have been looking for shoes like this. The Allen Edmonds' Fifth Avenue in Walnut is close, but I would prefer no perforations on the cap stitching like the shoe here.

I've embedded the image for you:

 

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I second this search. I too have been looking for shoes like this. The Allen Edmonds' Fifth Avenue in Walnut is close, but I would prefer no perforations on the cap stitching like the shoe here.

I've embedded the image for you:

The shoe in the photo is a blucher (open lacing). AE Fifth Avenue and the Herrings Shoe are both oxfords (closed lacings).
 

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I second this search. I too have been looking for shoes like this. The Allen Edmonds' Fifth Avenue in Walnut is close, but I would prefer no perforations on the cap stitching like the shoe here.

I've embedded the image for you:

is it vintage?
 

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Here's an even larger photo (right-click open new window to see full size)
Those shoes appear too big for the guy wearing them and it isn't the narrow pant legs making them look bigger.
 
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