New Fall/Winter Season Releases - 2014/2015

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I saw that Florsheim has released some higher priced offerings into its Imperial line. I'm not sure of sole construction on these, but on looks alone, they could rival Allen Edmonds at this price point. The zip boot seems like it could be a good option as those are hard to find.

http://www.florsheim.com/shop/style/55162-221.html

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http://www.florsheim.com/shop/style/55167-001.html
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Here's the whole lineup:

http://www.florsheim.com/shop/styles/shoes/imperial/page-1.html

Look for the $250 and above shoes. A few more styles/colors to be seen.
 
I was thinking about trying one but the tapered leg seems like it might be a bit much for me.
 
I never trust the mass produced "athletic cut". I prefer a narrower leg opening. The best pair that I have found w/n budget is RB15
Somet also produce some nice cuts but too expensive for me.
This sounds like it would be right up your alley then. Why not take a flyer on a pair? It's not like you can't return them.
 
Levi's is cycling out cuts faster than any brand I've ever seen. I liked the 508, now not produced. Now a 522?

It's not like any of their cuts mean anything anyways. 501s get big then slim down.
 
Levi's is cycling out cuts faster than any brand I've ever seen. I liked the 508, now not produced. Now a 522?

It's not like any of their cuts mean anything anyways. 501s get big then slim down.
Apparently, they replaced the 508 with the 541 and added in slightly more ass/leg room, plus the slightly stretchier material, after user feedback came in.
 
AH YES. I have missed that gif.

And I still disavow spandex blends. You can have athletic jeans that aren't made of yogapantmaterial.
 
LL Bean has a new Kathadin Oxford in:

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/8311...ide EE&attrValue_0=Cordovan&productId=1387042

What the hell is a Munson last?

Product Details

  • Inspired by our original Engineer Boot
  • Oiled-leather upper stands up to heavy wear
  • Classic Munson last and welted construction offer support and stability
Inspired by our Katahdin Iron Works boots developed by our founder, Leon Leonwood Bean, "for Civil Engineers, Contractors and general outdoor workers where the best, as well as the most comfortable, shoes are required." These oxford style shoes are handmade by the Chippewa® boot company, featuring a classic Munson last and premium Goodyear® welted construction for exceptional support and stability. Durable oiled-leather upper gains more character with every wear. Molded sock insert. Design and assembly USA, materials USA and imported.
 

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