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    #16
    One of the reviews in NewYork times

    "Many guides, like Michael Furillo of Tauck, prefer Timberland. (Geox, Mephisto and Clarks are also popular.)

    Paul Wormsbaecher, who leads tours for Trafalgar in Germany, Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic, said his favorite Clarks style is the Aston Mind loafer because it’s light and has a no-slip rubber base."
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      #17
      Thanks for all the advice, I have been looking around to see what is available. I also read somewhere that my wear pattern on my shoes( they're worn very unevenly) could be fixed with arch supports, so hopefully that will help my shoes last longer.

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        #18
        Originally posted by fiftyforfifty View Post
        One of the reviews in NewYork times

        "Many guides, like Michael Furillo of Tauck, prefer Timberland. (Geox, Mephisto and Clarks are also popular.)

        Paul Wormsbaecher, who leads tours for Trafalgar in Germany, Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic, said his favorite Clarks style is the Aston Mind loafer because it’s light and has a no-slip rubber base."
        What kind of guides are they? I was thinking hiking, but the Aston Mind doesn't seem right for the Alps.

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          #19
          Just an update. I bought some AE Wilberts on eBay for much less than I expected. Thanks for your help everyone.

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            #20
            the traditional crepe rubber sole on the most typical chukkas are very very soft, and bad for walking if you want your shoes to last more than a year.

            I would suggest that you might want one with more dense rubber sole.

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