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Grasmere. Hope they won't stretch too much. it's a 8UK (8.5UK/9.5US usually). Tried them in 7.5UK but they were too tight (maybe they could have stretched out enough eventually).    8UK are perfect now, that's why I'm afraid they may become a bit too big (I'm used to wearing shoes tighter than some people). Do you have any experience with that grain leather?  
 Regarding AW14 coats, how many items per model (and per size) did you buy roughly?  And when do you expect the AW14 outerwear delivery? The information may have already been posted but I don't really follow this thread.  Thanks!
Do you know what the number written on the insole stands for ? i have a pair of grasmere in 8uk E, but a 85 written on the insole (8 on a line, 5 on another line, so 85 "vertically")Another pair in 7.5UK E had only the number 75 horizontally, though.Thanks Edit : 8 for the size. 5 for the width (E=5, G=7 etc..)And for the pair in 7.5 perhaps it was from an older collection where the width wasn't specified. #2 If I'm right, the standard (not the dark brown lasted ones) C&J...
When did they changed the waist sizing for the standard jeans ? Is it from FW12 (a tagged 30 was 30" in the waist if I recall correctly) to FW13 (where a 30 is actually a 32"?)   Thanks !
Regarding the different fits with shirting:    From what I own I would say that 1950's fit a little bit boxier than 1940's. But what about First Shirt, Six Shirt, Classic Shirt?   Maybe Six shirt > 1950 > 1940 > Classic > First Shirt 
^Thanks     And if I'm right, the only way to get them in dark brown is to buy from purdey or go MTO? 
Wow great. Super fast and very nice shoes!   So you confirm that this pic shows the actual color? 
How blue is the navy color from c&j, especially on the coniston?    There were some photos a few pages ago but it seems it was not under natural light. 
Alright thank you.   Personally I find the captoe boots and the lined ptb fit differently (both in 9D barrie last). The ptb being slightly less tight. It may be because there is no ankle support though. 
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