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Allen Edmonds Summer Clearance Sale up to 40% - $ 237 McAllister, Park Ave, Strand, Fifth Ave etc..

Arbai89 227 156 June 21, 2016 at 08:59 AM in Men's Shoes (6) More Allen Edmonds Deals
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Last Edited by annie930ny June 21, 2016 at 10:24 AM
Pretty good sale - Cheaper than father's day for certain selecitons.

http://www.allenedmonds.com/clear...clearance/

The well known shoes are mostly in Merlot. But as i mentioned earlier, this is cheaper than the last slickdeal - LINK


In it are the following:
McAllister (6225): $237
Park Ave (5875): $237
Randolph (4839): $237
Maxfield (47717): $167
Fifth Ave (5736): $237
Strand (6175): $237
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Decent pricing. I'm done with AE........their craftsmanship is not like over the past years. I'm guessing too many models, high prod so lack of QC now (no better than Johnson&Murphy/Cole Hanns etc).

Last retail pair of Malones from the clearance sale...the stitching is already coming apart around the toe and I only wear the shoes in light rotation. I've had shaft issues on my 5th street boots and AE simply told me 'it's normal' for that kinda boots. I posted this on their website as well.

Bought a pair of Barkers from pediwear (UK) and Loakes/Barkers are on another level than AE altogether with better cuts of leather/craftsmanship and same range pricing (pound=US conversion plus 4 day shipping from UK to USA)

The Loakes buffords replaced my AE Daltons and I never looked back.
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For those that missed the Father's Day sale at AllenEdmonds.com [allenedmonds.com], that featured the Merlot Collection on discount, all these styles in Merlot color are all now on clearance [allenedmonds.com] for an even lower price: $237.


Park Ave [allenedmonds.com]: $237

Fifth Avenue [allenedmonds.com]: $237

Strand [allenedmonds.com]: $237 (pictured)

Mcallister [allenedmonds.com]: $237

Mcallister with combination sole [allenedmonds.com]: $237

Randolph [allenedmonds.com]: $237

There are also other styles on clearance [allenedmonds.com].
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Really wish those strands were in a combination or rubber sole. NYC commute is brutal on leather
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Really wish those strands were in a combination or rubber sole. NYC commute is brutal on leather
The McAllister combo sole is on clearance for $237 [allenedmonds.com]:
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Quote from Fragster View Post :
Decent pricing. I'm done with AE........their craftsmanship is not like over the past years. I'm guessing too many models, high prod so lack of QC now (no better than Johnson&Murphy/Cole Hanns etc).

Last retail pair of Malones from the clearance sale...the stitching is already coming apart around the toe and I only wear the shoes in light rotation. I've had shaft issues on my 5th street boots and AE simply told me 'it's normal' for that kinda boots. I posted this on their website as well.

Bought a pair of Barkers from pediwear (UK) and Loakes/Barkers are on another level than AE altogether with better cuts of leather/craftsmanship and same range pricing (pound=US conversion plus 4 day shipping from UK to USA)

The Loakes buffords replaced my AE Daltons and I never looked back.

Ah. I hope mine stays in great shape still.
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AMEX deal, where are you!!!
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Wouldn't be a repost if that link is mine and you are replying to mine?
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Wouldn't be a repost if that link is mine and you are replying to mine?
Was a repost to boardo347's post prior to the 2 threads being joined. Was giving you credit.
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Was a repost to boardo347's post prior to the 2 threads being joined. Was giving you credit.
Ah the thread merged. I see thanks
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Good pricing, but AE continues to inflate their retail prices and do more discounting to get to the same actual sale price.
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Quote from Fragster View Post :
Decent pricing. I'm done with AE........their craftsmanship is not like over the past years. I'm guessing too many models, high prod so lack of QC now (no better than Johnson&Murphy/Cole Hanns etc).

Last retail pair of Malones from the clearance sale...the stitching is already coming apart around the toe and I only wear the shoes in light rotation. I've had shaft issues on my 5th street boots and AE simply told me 'it's normal' for that kinda boots. I posted this on their website as well.

Bought a pair of Barkers from pediwear (UK) and Loakes/Barkers are on another level than AE altogether with better cuts of leather/craftsmanship and same range pricing (pound=US conversion plus 4 day shipping from UK to USA)

The Loakes buffords replaced my AE Daltons and I never looked back.
they having a sale right now..

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/pro...ourid=2617

have you tried these or know of the quality?
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Quote from Fragster View Post :
Decent pricing. I'm done with AE........their craftsmanship is not like over the past years. I'm guessing too many models, high prod so lack of QC now (no better than Johnson&Murphy/Cole Hanns etc).

Last retail pair of Malones from the clearance sale...the stitching is already coming apart around the toe and I only wear the shoes in light rotation. I've had shaft issues on my 5th street boots and AE simply told me 'it's normal' for that kinda boots. I posted this on their website as well.

Bought a pair of Barkers from pediwear (UK) and Loakes/Barkers are on another level than AE altogether with better cuts of leather/craftsmanship and same range pricing (pound=US conversion plus 4 day shipping from UK to USA)

The Loakes buffords replaced my AE Daltons and I never looked back.

I'm surprised AE didn't help you with the issues you had. I think they are much better than J&M's and CH's (which have really gone down in quality over the years), but AE quality does seem to be heading slightly south. I had a guy from a shoe repair shop tell me that the soles aren't quite what they used to be in terms of quality. While I do have many UK shoes, I still be buy AE's every now and then, and, thankfully, I've had no problems. Love the way they look, too. Cannot blame you for making the switch after your experiences, though.
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they having a sale right now..

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/pro...ourid=2617

have you tried these or know of the quality?
I've heard good stuff on herring shoes as well.

Here's my AE killers (Loakes Buffords with dainite and my month old Barkers with dainite). The Loakes are over one year old and have been thru one winter and still look new.

Highly recommend as the english cuts of leather has more sheen and is more subtle/softer than AE. Stitching is also more even.

However, I believe both sites have stopped shipping Loakes to US (I got mine last year before that restriction).
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