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post #16 of 20

Can anyone help with these Tom James shoes on Ebay?  Are they really made by CJ?  Are they 'E' narrow or regular width?  I am very tempting to buy.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tom-James-Co-Mens-Brown-Dress-Shoe-Hadden-8-5-E-Bench-Made-In-England-/200722028030?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item2ebbf715fe

post #17 of 20
^C&J Handgrade equivalent of the EG Dover, hand sewn toe seam. Buy fast.
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by pcstyle View Post

Can anyone help with these Tom James shoes on Ebay?  Are they really made by CJ?  Are they 'E' narrow or regular width?  I am very tempting to buy.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tom-James-Co-Mens-Brown-Dress-Shoe-Hadden-8-5-E-Bench-Made-In-England-/200722028030?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item2ebbf715fe


regular width.  good price.  no not my item

 

post #19 of 20

What would be the similar model from CJ?  Is the 'E' equivalent to the American 'D' size?  Thanks for your reply

post #20 of 20
I remember when TJ closed these out for some reason - it was a free for all at $150 for a pair of C&J Handgrades. That's a good deal.

I picked up two pairs of Barton's at the time on the 330 last. I'm not sure if the sizing holds true across models, but the Barton was a small shoe. I picked up a 10 and could have gotten a 10.5 and I think a lot people felt the same way. But again, I'm just not sure that holds true across models or if it was just an issue with the Barton (semi-brogue handgrade model).
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