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    @sgates0 - Have no fear! The Greatest penny loafer of all time, The Bass Weejun, comes in navy (as well as other colors). I have had a weejun in every foot size I have been since I was 3 y/o. Also at $119 for a goodyear welted loafer that is the basis for "Ivy Style" you can't really go wrong. I currently have the logan is Black and burgundy and they are easily my work-horse shoes in the Spring - Summer months.

    https://bassshoes.harborghb.com/cata...ens//start/all

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCToon View Post
    Also at $119 for a goodyear welted loafer that is the basis for "Ivy Style" you can't really go wrong.
    https://bassshoes.harborghb.com/cata...ens//start/all
    The Weejun is certainly a classic and timeless shoe, but none of those are goodyear welted or made in the USA like Rancourt, Quoddy, Oak Street, etc. IIRC, Bass did a made in the USA, goodyear welted collaboration with Mark McNairy a couple of years ago but those were $300.

    Edit: Actually I think Rancourt is blake not goodyear. Oak St. is goodyear I think. Not sure about Quoddy. Yuketen is another good made in USA brand as well.
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    I'm sure it's glued, but $100 (40% off) for a tobacco suede oxford as attractive as this might be a good buy if you're a US6, 10, 11, or 12:
    http://www.camper.com/en/eshop/produ...tion=18723-001

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    Awesome brown Crockett & Jones Chelsea boot, was $625 now $309, size US9:
    http://www.barneys.com/Crockett-Jone...NSHOES&index=7
    This wasn't here the other day, so it probably was a return. I doubt it will be there in a few hours so don't hesitate if you want it.


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    Good deals on Eastland's made in Maine line, not the cheaper imported line. Final sale though so be sure of your size.
    Navy camp moc, was $275 now $165, US8, 8.5 & 11:
    http://www.unionmadegoods.com/eastla..._Navy_675.html
    1-eyelet brown camp moc, was $275 now $165, US7 only:
    http://www.unionmadegoods.com/eastla...Brown_655.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post
    I'm sure it's glued, but $100 (40% off) for a tobacco suede oxford as attractive as this might be a good buy if you're a US6, 10, 11, or 12:
    http://www.camper.com/en/eshop/produ...tion=18723-001
    I cant beleive i have finnally seen a post with Camper shoes. I did a research project on this company when i was in grad school, and how they were breaking into the US market, going from the spanish stlye to an american style. they are a very great company. Those shoes are very nice, although they are glued, and i really would pay 100 for glued shoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxMan View Post
    I cant beleive i have finnally seen a post with Camper shoes. I did a research project on this company when i was in grad school, and how they were breaking into the US market, going from the spanish stlye to an american style. they are a very great company. Those shoes are very nice, although they are glued, and i really would pay 100 for glued shoes.
    I "discovered" Camper about 10 years ago. They are sort of a quirky alternative to a lot of US shoes and are very comfortable. $100 is usually my cut-off for glued shoes but Campers are fun and I'll often just wear the hell out of them. I had a canvas pair last summer that I wore almost every day. I still have a pair of white Camper sneakers (very un-branded looking) from maybe 3-4 years ago that I love. You can find them on Amazon, Yoox, Gilt, and Rue La La sometimes too, but their website also has good sales.

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    Hickey Freeman navy blazer, was $999 now $299, lots of sizes:
    http://www.sierratradingpost.com/hic...colorFamily=01
    Pretty sure the STP line of HF is half-canvassed as I think these are the same as I've seen at C21, but it's still really nice deal for the $$$ on a classic wardrobe essential. If the $299 price doesn't show up, sign up for STP's mailing list and then click through the 40% off sale email.

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    Regarding the Camper shoes, I don't have any prior knowledge to comment on the 'glued or not' issue, but I poked around the site and found this page.

    http://www.camper.com/en/extraordinary-crafts

    The very bottom part is "Goodyear Welt". I don't know if that means they Goodyear Welt all their shoes, but I suppose it could...
    My measurements, for context--> Body Type: Slim/Skinny |​ Weight: 175 lbs | Height: 6'1" | Neck: 16” | Chest: 40” | Waist: 33.5” | Shoulder: 18.75” | Sleeve: 35.5” | Bicep: 12.75” | Wrist: 6.75”

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    Quote Originally Posted by diversification View Post
    The very bottom part is "Goodyear Welt". I don't know if that means they Goodyear Welt all their shoes, but I suppose it could...
    Huh, I'd be surprised if they all are, but their nicer shoes might be. I really like the brand especially since you can often find them on sale for under $100.

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