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The last is also different, 325 vs 335. The toe is slightly bulkier on the 335.
I remember your navy shell version, amazing make up.The defectwas probably caused by the lack of piping.The calf version above have the usual piping.
This happens when an item/size is bought by an american customer and next returned, it will be stocked in the us wharehouse and it will became available only to us site. It's really an annoying thing.
Considering what is the consensus, I -incredibily- ? wear the opposite: UK 8 F on the 82 Last and UK 8.5 EE in the 8000Both have a very good fit, only a slighty higher instep than my needs, but it is a minor issue.(FWIW for me UK 8.5 in the 82 is too long and roomier in the heel, UK 8 in the 8000 is too short.)
You could try to contact Bartoli, they offer a large seection of Williamshttp://www.giuseppebartoli.com/it/5_john-lobb
Many thanks for your comment, really appreciated!
^Cavalry Calf afaik is a semi-corrected waxed matte calf, Bookbinder is a classic corrected grain leather with a shiny plastic finish.
They are indeed C&J, to my eye.The tan monk is identical to the Malvern, the derby brogue was a model already seen for Barneys IIRC
+1Never seen a C&J shoes with a size window.Considering that the black Kingsman oxfords are AS and identical to AS exclusive in every details, these boots are almost certainly AS, a modified cambridge/ culford boot (the stitching pattern of the facings are identical and different from Coniston)
Polo RL used to offer a superb classic DB blazer made by Corneliani in various seasonal fabrics (serge, doeskin, hopsack, etc) and buttons optionsWith some luck you could find one on ebay/online, search also for Purple Label.RL is probably the only rtw brand that are continuing to offer real classic garments today, not boring like BB and not too italian-ish like other brands.
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