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[Amazon.ca] ***OOS*** Leather Hot - Allen Edmonds 7 E & 7.5 EEE Black Daltons

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[Amazon.ca] ***OOS*** Leather Hot - Allen Edmonds 7 E & 7.5 EEE Black Daltons

Okay I get it.

Who the hell has Size 7 Wide or 7.5 X Wide feet., hey they're out there. I sold some size 7 boots to a guy in the States not too long ago ;).

Anyway, $230 & $262CAD shipped is a mind blowing steal of a deal. Even on the best of days you won't find these below 400+tax.

CAUTION, In my experience, though Amazons' own chart says "x wide" means EE, it's actually EEE.

Good luck.

Now if only I could find this in MY size.

Have a good one.
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Last edited by bubble.tea on Feb 13th, 2021 9:59 pm, edited 1 time in total.
PayTM$154, dead. SDM: $4632 Rakuten: $181.98
100% Established: BST; Heat; FB market; Kijiji *BST: FS Mens Shoes & Boots: Lowa, Taft*
*Various Szs Vintage: Hartt, Florsheim Imp*
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AE's quality has dipped a bit since the take over, but this is still a great deal.

Edit: All you lurkers should throw him a +1 because they are sold out.
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Wished they were walnut strands instead but upvoted
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I find Allens are uncomfortable to wear compared to wolverine or iron ranger... the leather they use are hard and sharp... the other ones are more soft and flexible... the allens hurts the side of my pinky and ankle due to the hard leather friction.
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n3o321 wrote: pay duties upfront. $405.72 total shipped.
You might want to brush up on your facts.
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unshavenyak wrote: ...they are sold out.
Thank you for the heads up.

Title updated.
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*Various Szs Vintage: Hartt, Florsheim Imp*
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bubble.tea wrote: You might want to brush up on your facts.

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I guess it depends where you live... and the cost of your item. also i was referring to the other poster that wanted the walnut strands.

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n3o321 wrote: i was referring to the other poster that wanted the walnut strands.
Ahhh, gotchya.

Fwiw: AE uses a loan shark for global shipping lol. AE items are CUSMA eligible, they are duty free. The only applicable tax is Sales Tax (13% = $37) lol not their absurd $98, based on your check out.

Much cheaper to use an Amerifriend, CBP redirect, or if you can get them to use FedEx Int'l Priority, there is only a $10 flat rate brokerage fee, NOT the absurd higher tiered fee structure. If they go cheap and do a lower FedEx service, your brokerage will add up., but still cheaper than their automated website processing.

I've ordered a bunch of shoes from them in the past, FedEx called me, I paid the HST + the $10 & got the stuff the day later. Superb!
PayTM$154, dead. SDM: $4632 Rakuten: $181.98
100% Established: BST; Heat; FB market; Kijiji *BST: FS Mens Shoes & Boots: Lowa, Taft*
*Various Szs Vintage: Hartt, Florsheim Imp*
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AE used to be a really good shoe company - I have a 15+ year old pair of shoes that I've had rebuilt twice (they're due again) and they're worth rebuilding. The ones I've bought since then are not. I would only buy a pair that I could handle in person, work the leather, and try them on. Free returns might make it worth the trouble buying online.

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