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Beppe Modenese, and that suit is almost a couple of decades old from when he was younger with a obviuos different fit
Amazing even in full suede, galway is always a winner
C&J RL PTB - Great Price http://www.ebay.com/itm/NWOB-RALPH-LAUREN-MADE-IN-ENGLAND-OXFORD-SHOES-SIZE-8D-/281520520187?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item418bee3bfb
Correct, that pic is from a Noveporte event at London House
It should be the 240.
It is basically a (faux) cap toe Snowdow http://www.frame.jp/products/detail.php?product_id=10834
The welt is stiched to the mid sole which is next cemented to the outsole.This is pretty common for this kind of vibram sole ( and also for vibram morflex, crepe soles etc.)Btw Very nice make up.All these boots make ups from meermin are very nice, but that fucking omnipresent storm welt is a deal breaker for me.I really dislike how meermin, carmina and orher spanish makers do it
Thanks for posting this, very very strange sizing...
It is considered by vendors a standard US width.C&J (like Eg, Trickers) have only one scale for widthC&J marked D are truly narrower than the ones marked as E (and not identical and just conversion)http://www.styleforum.net/t/177625/uk-or-us-sizing-c-j-for-bbThe sizing used for lenght is controversial as previously stated, but the one used for width seems to be clear.
The only sure thing is that they are a narrow Uk D width, as stated by the /4 on the insole. Consider this if you compare them to your UK E size (/5 writed on insole)
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