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Allen Edmonds Factory Seconds Sale

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Shoe Bank is having a factory seconds sale, including their popular models like Park Avenues and Strands.

Prices range from $150 - $250 or so.

Park Avenue - $229
Strand - $229 (no sale on walnut though)
Mcallister - $195
Fifth Avenue - $195

And more..

http://shoebank.com/
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Created 05-17-2017 at 08:36 AM by cheesenip
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Great sale. Pulled the trigger on black Park Avenues and black Carlyles. Thanks OP!
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Does AE do wide sizes?

eta: oh snap, they do, woot
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Is Shoebank a common place to buy allen edmond? Seems like they only sell AE, but last time I bought AE was directly from their website. Not sure how it different from allenedmond.com
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Do they not ship?
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Quote from fattire357
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Is Shoebank a common place to buy allen edmond? Seems like they only sell AE, but last time I bought AE was directly from their website. Not sure how it different from allenedmond.com
The Shoe Bank IS Allen Edmonds. It's just the site they set up to sell their factory seconds. You don't even buy directly from the site--it just tells you which AE locations have the shoe you want in stock, and you then call or email the store and you buy it through them.
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Thoughts on Park Ave or Fifth Ave for the first pair of AE?
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Thanks! Bought a pair of penny loafers to add to my collection. Tried to purchase the Rialto in size 13 but it was already sold.
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Thoughts on Park Ave or Fifth Ave for the first pair of AE?
Depends on how you wear them... The Park Ave is slightly more formal/conservative without the perforated brogue at the cap toe. My first pair was the Park Ave. I have both now. I tend to wear the Fifth Ave more as I get older; I am an old fart now. My wife likes the Fifth Ave more than the Park Ave. Also true when she goes to the Big Apple with my credit card Big Grin
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Thoughts on Park Ave or Fifth Ave for the first pair of AE?
How often do you wear a suit? I feel that the PA work well with suits but not biz casual.
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So tempting.
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Depends on how you wear them... The Park Ave is slightly more formal/conservative without the perforated brogue at the cap toe. My first pair was the Park Ave. I have both now. I tend to wear the Fifth Ave more as I get older; I am an old fart now. My wife likes the Fifth Ave more than the Park Ave. Also true when she goes to the Big Apple with my credit card Big Grin
I wear strands daily. The Park Avenue would also be a good choice.
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I wear strands daily. The Park Avenue would also be a good choice.
That has even more perforated brogue. I have something quite similar, but they are the boots. I think they are called wingtip boots. My wife says I look very manly when I wear them with my dark grandpa jeans Big Grin
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Depends on how you wear them... The Park Ave is slightly more formal/conservative without the perforated brogue at the cap toe. My first pair was the Park Ave. I have both now. I tend to wear the Fifth Ave more as I get older; I am an old fart now. My wife likes the Fifth Ave more than the Park Ave. Also true when she goes to the Big Apple with my credit card Big Grin
LOL. thumbs up man.
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Do they not ship?
Yes, they do. You would call the store that shows up with stock of the shoe you're interested in and order through the phone.
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