Allen Edmonds Long Branch Review

The fall is upon us and Allen Edmonds has you covered with a fall boot to get excited about.  The Long Branch has the stylings of the Dalton with the ruggedness of the discontinued popular Bayfield’s boots.  It is exactly the boot to add to your fall shopping list.

The Long Branch is part of Allen Edmonds new fall 2012 collection.  It has a similar lineage to the Allen Edmonds Daltons with a more rugged Vibram rubber outsole.  The boot is recraftable as it features 360 degree Goodyear welted construction.  The Long Branch is welted on the 1 last which is similar to the 7 Last from heel to the ball of the foot, yet with a more rounded, fuller fitting toe.  The Wingtip blucher boot features full brogue perforations and medallion.  The leather uppers are of high quality standards that Allen Edmonds puts out in all of their shoes.

I am a big fan of boots in general and have to say that Allen Edmonds makes some superb ones.  The Long Branch is the perfect casual dress boot that looks nice and wears nice.  The Vibram sole along with the speed hooks and red laces give it a casual look that is perfect for jeans and a v-neck.  The Wingtip blucher allows it to go upscale with chinos and shawl cardigan.  The Allen Edmonds Long Branch is the most versatile boot in AE’s collection.

I can honestly say that I am super impress by Allen Edmonds Fall Collection as they are a breath of fresh air.  The Long Branch particular is one that I had my eye on for a while.  And now that I have it, I have a million ways I would like to wear it with my wardrobe.

9.8 Out of 10

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