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Yes thanks I do know that they are Cleverley and expected that they are by CJ as I have other Cleverleys which certainly are - but what I am saying is having got them in the flesh I am not sure that they are actually by CJ.Not worried either way but just wondered what the CJ experts thought?
Got my Mr Porter Kingsman boots, love them but not sure that they are CJ? I never had Conistons etc but they fit firmer than any CJ 11E I ever had in fact I usually take 10.5 UK in CJ so lucky I went for 11 Anyone who knows their Conistons etc will probably be able to clarify but I never saw a CJ with size in a window a la EG?
I just got a pair of Bonafe suede chukkas and can compare to EG suede and John Lobb too. I think it's pretty close to equivalent quality suede, very impressed with the Bonafe very plush suede.
CJ lasts are very consistent IMO and I have Merton same size as other CJ models fwiw
And if you look at the sizing it's all screwed up info
Look at their inventory - it's all from Barney's latest list!But at crazy low prices.Wtf?
OK so = EG 11E 82 how about the extra lining? does it affect sizing much? I imagine it may make another 1/2 size difference? making it closer fit to EG 10.5 E perhaps?
OK I'm impressed by your prodigious experience of Italy and other countries but this not a travelogue, just a discussion of views on clothing quality - where it is made and where the fabric originates from is relevant but when it comes down to it its the end result that counts. Obviously BOGGI has different levels of quality. As mentioned the jacket I have is of the most superb flannel by Heinl and i am comparing to the best Corneliani, Pal Zileri, Zegna Couture, Canali,...
Possibly the shearling lining is only a problem as a lot of people are not experienced with it? Myself included - I wonder if it changes the fit at all and how substantial is the degree of lining? Seems to me it shouldn't necessarily restrict the wearer to only using is very cold weather, as usually any kind of wool is quite comfortably adaptable through different weather conditions. I imagine wearers who are familiar with it would be able to illuminate us on the subject....
re size as its RL wouldn't the size be marked in US size not UK?
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