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Closed vs open lace. Always go with closed.
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Closed lace (Oxford) style is more formal than open lace (blucher or derby). If you're wearing business casual / not a suit, I think less formal is fine. Smilie
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I don't think AE is a good value for you. Buy less expensive shoes while your feet are still growing.
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Quality shoe
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Also available at Amazon in more limited colors/sizes

https://www.amazon.com/Allen-Edmo...B077J5WV33
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There are a few cap toe styles on sale. It's hard to tell the difference between them or vs. the Park Ave.
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There are a few cap toe styles on sale. It's hard to tell the difference between them or vs. the Park Ave.
Closed vs open lace. Always go with closed.
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Closed vs open lace. Always go with closed.
Closed lace (Oxford) style is more formal than open lace (blucher or derby). If you're wearing business casual / not a suit, I think less formal is fine. Smilie
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Also available at Amazon in more limited colors/sizes

https://www.amazon.com/Allen-Edmo...B077J5WV33
Is it the case that third parties get worse quality? Someone said that last time Nordstrom rack had a similar deal.
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Quality wise, how much better are AE vs something like a Ecco or ColeHann?

I enjoy the classic looks and great build quality, but I feel like once I move up to AE I may be vested 1k+ to update my wardrobe color/style wise.
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Quality wise, how much better are AE vs something like a Ecco or ColeHann?
I wear lots of CH since their lasts tend to be wider, so better fit for my feet, but AEs are better than both. From just the details on the shoes (stitching, etc.), you can tell AEs are better quality.
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Is it the case that third parties get worse quality? Someone said that last time Nordstrom rack had a similar deal.
Mainly posted the Amazon link for people with Amazon credit to spend or credit cards with 5% Amazon bonus this quarter.
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Quality wise, how much better are AE vs something like a Ecco or ColeHann?

I enjoy the classic looks and great build quality, but I feel like once I move up to AE I may be vested 1k+ to update my wardrobe color/style wise.
Yes AE is much better than CH. I used to wear a bunch of CH until I had an issue with a pair, I called their CS since their shoe was falling apart after a few weeks and they basically said to get it repaired at a local shop at my own expense (ie they didn't get a #*@&)

AE CS on the other hand is top notch and so is build quality. Have a few pairs going for a couple of years now and they still look great. Can't go wrong as long as you know what fit/last fits you best
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Didn't get the cap toe shoes but did buy the Brisbane sneakers. Extra 5% off with Mrs. Rebato.
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Why not increase price to $999, then 50% off?
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