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    If you've ever wanted to try Paul Evans New York shoes, here's a 50% discount code

    I've never tried any Paul Evans New York shoes, but I do like some of their styles. I think I've seen mixed reviews here and there.

    They seem over-priced at $450 for Blake Stitched--but for 50% off, they might be a good value.

    They have a code good through fourth of July: Murica. No, wait its: America.

    I'm not planning on getting any, but if some of you are in the market for something in the $200 to $250 range, these might do the trick for you.
    WHY ARE THE GUYS IN SUITS HERE? HAS SOMETHING GONE WRONG?

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    Blake isn't by itself bad. My trumans are Blake and fantastic.
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      Originally posted by armedferret View Post
      Blake isn't by itself bad. My trumans are Blake and fantastic.
      Yes, you are correct--I didn't mean to imply that Blake stitch is bad. That said, I've noticed that some good shoe makers who do both types generally charge less for Blake stitched than Goodyear. I was just looking at a small shoemaker's website last night (can't remember which) and noticed that they charged in the $400 range for GY and $250 range for Blake.

      Of course, you can find exceptions to that rule, depending on designer, type of leather, etc. as well. I just picked up some Donald Pliner shoes on sale that appear to be Blake stitched and I noticed they have shoes that look glued they are charging more for.
      WHY ARE THE GUYS IN SUITS HERE? HAS SOMETHING GONE WRONG?

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