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Reviews for this Bandolino mens dress shoe: "A multi-site church is one church that meets at multiple locations. Churches began to use the mult..." see more »
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Reviews for this Bandolino mens dress shoe (8 user reviews): "These are too tight and that is really too bad as a neutral patent loafer heel fo..." see more »
Reviews for this Bandolino mens dress shoe (8 user reviews): "These are too tight and that is really too bad as a neutral patent loafer heel for summer would have been perfect...Bandolinos usually fit me perfectly so I was very disappointed...They are very comfy and stylish..." see less »
Reviews for this Bandolino mens dress shoe (6 user reviews): "These didn't work out, since I'm more of a subtle style person...Wow...th..." see more »
Reviews for this Bandolino mens dress shoe (6 user reviews): "These didn't work out, since I'm more of a subtle style person...Wow...these fit the bill perfectly! I'm a 7.5 and the 7.5 pair was true to size...Also not as comfortable as I had hoped for a flat, because of the stiffness of the leather, but they have a great sole and great look..." see less »
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