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Xposted, C&J Lulworth Saddle Shoes
Something a bit different...the C&J Lulworth saddle shoes, in mushroom suede / tan pebble grain. Very refined and elegant casual saddle.
[[SPOILER]]Today I've tried the 8.5 E in 325 Last, It's wearable but uncomfortable, it's long and a bit narrow for my feet.I don't found it to be such a generous last as usually described.I should accept that C&J E lasts aren't for my feet, probably I should try their 8G/8.5 F where available.
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
Great A.Sargent offers for large feet at the old ebay store of A fine Pair of Shoes. http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/retailtherapy4all/m.html?item=370645933688&pt=UK_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item564c381e78&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
Actually there aren't, wait week end.
The wax calf used by C&J should be a "semi-corrected" grain leather, impregnated with waxes, similar to the old Church's Appaloosa Calf ( see this http://www.styleforum.net/t/168002/shoe-damage-report-shoe-p0rn-central-part-ii/6825#post_4788717)It will age better and better than Corrected grain.
^Italian made, good looking brogue.
I think that they self-dye also #8 and black, and get only natural shell.
A reddish brown will be great, cigar is too greenish.
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