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The last 73 was replaced (more than 10 years ago) by the last 100 then replaced by the 173. Post pictures also of the box. Church's used to be "The" English Shoemaker, very sad what's going on now...
Church's made a tons of different models before the Prada disgrace. It's almost impossible to schedule every model they produced. In what last are they made?
Also that Seriously contrasting welt, silver eyelets, leather sole, color combination... I think it's a well done example of not too boring / not to crazy, and ridiculously unwearable shoes, like many of his shoes.
A great looking McNairy Brogue, classic with a twist.
BNIB Crockett & Jones Lulworth Oxford Saddle Shoes, in size UK 8.5E / US 9D. They are built on the 325 Last, colour is Mushroom Suede / Tan Pebble Grain and they feature Vibram Red Brick Rubber Soles with Natural Welt. This is one of the most refined and elegant casual saddle shoe available on the market. The shoes are first quality, in perfect conditions and unworn as they don't fit well. Retail for 550$ at Ben Silver and actually at 320£ in C&J catalogue. Payment with...
BNIB Crockett & Jones Lulworth Oxford Saddle Shoes, in size UK 8.5E / US 9D. They are built on the 325 Last, colour is Mushroom Suede / Tan Pebble Grain and they feature Vibram Red Brick Rubber Soles with Natural Welt. This is one of the most refined and elegant casual saddle shoe available on the market. The shoes are first quality, in perfect conditions and unworn as they don't fit well. Retail for 550$ at Ben Silver and actually at 320£ in C&J catalogue. Payment with...
Crockett & Jones LULWORTH Saddle Shoes UK 8.5
Shipton & Heneage is a nice exception.
I have available two pairs of Brand New in Box, Mark McNairy Brown Country Brogue, Made in England by Sanders. Size are: UK 8 / US 9 SOLD UK 9 / US 10 SOLD Amazing details on these, great Tricker's alternative. BOTH SOLD Payment with Paypal. PM for questions. Thanks in advance
They are on the 325 last, so they fit like marlow, pembroke etc. maybe a bit less roomier due to oxford style.
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