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Last Edited by annie930ny August 25, 2016 at 07:04 AM
Save up to 50% on various shoes through September 5th.

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Carlyle - $195.00
Park Avenue - $229.00
Strand - $229.00
Fifth Avenue - $199.00

There are various other shoes at a discounted price.
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Any comfort preference or considerable difference between Park and Fifth Ave?
I never have a formal AE pair before. Thanks!
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Quote from nhaydu View Post :
Any comfort preference or considerable difference between Park and Fifth Ave?
I never have a formal AE pair before. Thanks!
The fifth ave has some brouging and a bit more flair. The park ave is the most conservative shoe they make. I prefer the 5th in brown, park in black.
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second hand. these have been returned/refinished.
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second hand. these have been returned/refinished.
Seconds, not second hand. Key difference. These are shoes that had some minor defect that does not meet their standards for retail sale but are still useable. In my experience, it's usually a minor scratch, stitch that's poorly aligned, or sometimes no visible issues. They also put closeout models on here.
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Quote from nhaydu View Post :
Any comfort preference or considerable difference between Park and Fifth Ave?
I never have a formal AE pair before. Thanks!
I would highly suggest going in store and buying, or at least trying on, your first pair. I did that with my first pair, and my other 3 pairs have been purchased online. I generally dont wear a wide size, but have found their shoes to be much more comfortable in a size EE or EEE compared to the normal width.
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I would highly suggest going in store and buying, or at least trying on, your first pair. I did that with my first pair, and my other 3 pairs have been purchased online. I generally dont wear a wide size, but have found their shoes to be much more comfortable in a size EE or EEE compared to the normal width.

+1 on this, if you have never had a pair, you will want to do this. They are definitely a little different then other shoes.

I ended up assuming they were the same on my first pair, and had to go through the fun return process Frown
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Ugh, I would take the Mora 2.0 in a second for $159, want some black monk straps. Might go for the Florsheim @ Amazon.
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Keep an eye on Amazon for Allen Edmonds, I just bought a pair of Randolf loafers for $116 brand new. Sometimes their prices go way down, and occasionally you will get lucky and find your size.

Here is an example of different prices
https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...e_name=all

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...e_name=all
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Quote from mrayray09 View Post :
I would highly suggest going in store and buying, or at least trying on, your first pair. I did that with my first pair, and my other 3 pairs have been purchased online. I generally dont wear a wide size, but have found their shoes to be much more comfortable in a size EE or EEE compared to the normal width.
The problem I have is that I want to go to a store and try them on, and then by them online from one of these deals on SD... But I'd just feel so guilty having an employee help me find my fit and then say "Great, these fit perfect! Welp, see ya later." But I also don't want to pay full price which is almost double...
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I will chime in on the sizing here. Each last fits differently. The good news, once you find a last that works you can buy any shoe with that last. Bad news, they have a about 15 lasts so the shoe you want won't be the one you have a size for.

Great Shoes... Great service. I had a pair that separated at the toe (my fault), and the recrafted them for free. Client for life now.
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Also, look at the official allenedmonds store on eBay. Got McAllisters in discontinued color for good price.
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Thanks for the info. I'll have to make plan for the long drive to the store someday...
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Quote from Chmeeee View Post :
Seconds, not second hand. Key difference. These are shoes that had some minor defect that does not meet their standards for retail sale but are still useable. In my experience, it's usually a minor scratch, stitch that's poorly aligned, or sometimes no visible issues. They also put closeout models on here.
What's stopping someone from buying one of these seconds online and a regular in a retail store and then returning the seconds to the retail store?
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morals, decency, and rule of law ... pretty sure that's property be false pretense and the act of someone who worshiped money above all else.
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