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    Intentionally overdressed for almost every occasion.

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    I have a pair of Austen Heller Driving Loafers and love them. https://www.austenheller.com/item/if...00127/classics
    Measurement Reference: 5'11" 173lbs 40R 32x32

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    Quote Originally Posted by theskillets View Post
    I have a pair of Austen Heller Driving Loafers and love them. https://www.austenheller.com/item/if...00127/classics
    Hey, they have a lot of interesting driver-type loafers. Never heard of 'em until now. I couldn't find if they're glued, Blake, GYW, etc.--but the ones on clearance are as low as $75--so they aren't expensive.
    Intentionally overdressed for almost every occasion.

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    i dont like the venetian loafer look. Just reminds me of cheap Khols shoes for some reason. The penny loafers in the clearance section look a little better to me. especially without the contrasting soles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mebejoseph View Post
    Hey, they have a lot of interesting driver-type loafers. Never heard of 'em until now. I couldn't find if they're glued, Blake, GYW, etc.--but the ones on clearance are as low as $75--so they aren't expensive.
    I don't think any drivers are resoleable so it doesn't matter.

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