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Hey, I'll probably go for lined shoes, but thx for sharing ;-)I want a last that's a bit more forgiving for my toes then the 348 last and I'd like to have a dark brown suede so that they will be appropriate for work but also for more casual events. I wouldn't be interested in a calf Connaught but for a suede shoe maybe the Connaught will be nice. I'll be in London today so I'll give them a try in store.Otherwise the dark brown suede lonsdales in 363 last is an option I...
Hey, I have some C&J's in calf; I have low(er) volume feet and now I want a pair of C&J in suede. The calf's that I have are all in 7,5Uk and fit me rather well, except one in 348-last that is a tad tight, but still ok. I read on shoesnob that suede shoes are dangerous for people with low volume feet because they will stretch more. True? What is your expierence? Do you take the same size as usual or do you size down half a size? I don't like my shoes too snug. Cheers!
 Very nice! How old are they? And what's the model/last? Great socks too! :p
Hi guys.   I have two pairs in 348-last. One in UK8, which is too big, and one in UK7,5, which is to small (uncomfortable at end of the day and blister on my left heel after 5 minutes walking). I think I'm an actual UK7,5 but the 348-last is just not a good last for me.    The guy from the shop said that the 341, 360 & 363-lasts would fit me much better than the 348-last. I tried the 363-last in UK 7,5 and it seemed very comfortable, even before break in.   Does this...
Hello guys I bought a pair of Alden calf skin boots on a double waterlock sole (Whatever that is). I'm fine in the toe box, no blisters or pain, but my heels become really red by the end of the day and it's not the most comfortable feeling (no blisters though). Are the double waterlock soles harder to break in then single soles or are these soles flex soles that should break in easily? I have worn them for 3,5 days now I'm wondering if they are not a half size too...
Bought these beauties from Frans Boone (picture also from fransboonestore.com). On the grant last. I have low-insteps and I think it's a nice last for people in my situation. Most britisch dress shoes (C&J, Loake,...) have proved to be to roomy around the instep for my feet so I'm very happy to have these Aldens. They are my first Aldens, but not my last I think :-)  
Hey guys,   Does anyone know how the Alden grant last compares to the C&J's lasts, especially the 348-last? I have a C&J oxford in size UK7,5 (width E) and I find this shoe a little narrow.   Will an Alden boot on the grant last, size US 8,5 (width D) give me a little more room in the toe area?   Thx for you opinions!
 Just like Soender, I would say no. I have the Edgware Oxfords in size UK8, and I have the same size for the Conistons. Safer to try them out somewhere before you buy.
What do you mean with 'hard wearing'? That they are durable, or that they are hard to break in?
² Galways, by far the best looking shoes out there. Should start saving for a pair, just a one.
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