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 Dear labravajazz, Crockett & Jones manufactured the boots for the film, but not for the Mr Porter collection.  CandJOnline.
 Not a problem. Sizing is confusing, and there is no cut and dry rules as all lasts fit differently.  A Barney's 9D from Crockett & Jones in our NYC shop, would convert roughly to 8 1/2E. Kevin will be able to talk you through fitting difference of each last number. 
Hi Sleepyinsanfran, Thank you very much for your kind words about our online presence, we try very hard not to push it too hard and remain rooted to our traditional ways whilst embracing new media such as Instagram. In fact, we are amazed and humbled at the positive response we have had considering we do not 'yet' sell online. I think it goes to show there is a true affinity to well made products. With regards to films/marketing budget, and the I suppose the actual reason...
The Clicking Room - Secrets of the Shoe Trade   Clicking is the first stages of the production, upper leather (usually European Calf) and lining leather are cut, using predetermined patterns, before the are eventually passed on to our closing room where the uppers really start to take shape. The Clicking room consists of 39 exceedingly skilled operatives of which some have been in the trade for over 40 years.     Read More Here...
Hi All,   Some of you are correct and clearly know your stuff, but just to clarify to those who are either new to C&J or don't know the ins-and-outs of this topic:   Any shoes on the South African market are produced under licence (by another company) for the local market and are only sold in South Africa. They are made in a South African factory and have entirely different styles and specifications (as a budding C&J customer might recognise) from Crockett & Jones...
Crockett & Jones - Artwork Competition   http://www.crockettandjones.com/news/index/artwork-competition#.U2y0nPldV8E    We see so many great shots from SF members of our shoes that would certainly have a shot of winning the competition. At very least, we would love to post some of these photos on our Facebook and Twitter feeds. I remember one photo from, I think, CTBrummie of his Islays after a hard days paint-balling. Our production director particularly enjoyed that...
 Dear Nikola, Thank you for your feedback. It is always good to hear from a customer. Indeed, the majority of the photography of our product on white background needs improving and is one that we have already taken steps to improve. If you look at our UK Mens Collection and select our 'New Season' filter, you will see that we are moving forward with better photography. Unfortunately, to accomplish the entire website is a rather large undertaking and Crockett & Jones are...
Dear All,   It has been a while since we last posted on SF. It's great to read so many positive comments and see some great photos from the last few months.   Which brings me to our Competition. To enter: Send a worthy photo of your own Crockett & Jones shoes to facebook@crockettandjones.co.uk with 'Artwork Competition' in the subject line.  The prize: We will not only put your photo on our website, we will include the style from your photo (E.g. Lowndes in Dark...
Dear Isbister, There is a big possibility that we could have changed supplier in that time, although it would only have been out of necessity, following a reduction in quality of the previous leather or lack of availability etc. All the best,CandJOnline
Dear Quadcammermmer,All Crockett & Jones shoes have full leather insoles, from heel to toe. These are not leather board.You can always contact us directly if you have technical questions.All the bestCandjonline
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