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post #10261 of 12784
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

JLP Bespoke   Women's, but I don't see any reason for a men to adopt the shoes if the size is right.  Description says shoe trees included!

I see a good reason. Those are clearly women's shoes.
post #10262 of 12784
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Originally Posted by ezlau View Post

A little confused if its a size 8 (in the title), or a size 11.5 (description). Anyway, I believe it's a size 11.5, and he just copy pasted the title wrongly from the last auction which I won (which was a size 8). The boots are amazing, and actually came with a pair of free Sozzi socks, as well as a plastic shoe horn and a suede brush. Pretty damn good deal for $650.

What's would the typical retail be on the boots?
post #10263 of 12784
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

What's would the typical retail be on the boots?

$1700 as of 2012 for boots, $1600 for regular calf shoes.
post #10264 of 12784
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Originally Posted by Christian B View Post

Good God, please somebody kop these before I have to.
go for it
post #10265 of 12784
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post


I see a good reason. Those are clearly women's shoes.


Edited.  It should be adopted.  Clearly women's shoes but easily adopted as mens with a few tweaks.

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post #10267 of 12784

I've got the exact same RLPL CHelsea Boot in Size 7.5D but unfortunately t is too small for me frown.gif I wish this one is a size 8.5D instead of 10. Great shoes at a great price for someone who's a size 10D
post #10268 of 12784
C&J for BB staples on 240 last US 9.5 B $80 BIN (black, brown).
post #10269 of 12784
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Originally Posted by ezlau View Post

A little confused if its a size 8 (in the title), or a size 11.5 (description). Anyway, I believe it's a size 11.5, and he just copy pasted the title wrongly from the last auction which I won (which was a size 8). The boots are amazing, and actually came with a pair of free Sozzi socks, as well as a plastic shoe horn and a suede brush. Pretty damn good deal for $650.

The size 11.5 are still for sale. Maybe he copied and pasted everything except the title and the shoes are size 8?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Saint-Crispins-Utility-Boot-mens-Size-11-1-2-US-/170966312291?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item27ce62e563
post #10270 of 12784
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post


Edited.  It should be adopted.  Clearly women's shoes but easily adopted as mens with a few tweaks.

A few tweaks with the shoes or a few tweaks with the guy wanting to wear those shoes?uhoh.gif
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post #10272 of 12784
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Originally Posted by onix View Post

C&J for BB staples on 240 last US 9.5 B $80 BIN (black, brown).

Those brown ones are great
post #10273 of 12784
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post


A few tweaks with the shoes or a few tweaks with the guy wanting to wear those shoes?uhoh.gif

 

change the heel would do a lot of the trick?  and maybe remove the tassel front kilt as well?

post #10274 of 12784
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Originally Posted by 330CK View Post

CT x C&J Coniston EU42.5 - $200 BIN
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=170965014532&globalID=EBAY-US


Buyers beware! In all likelihood, those are not made by C&J. CT shoes are made by Loake, in this case to 1880-standards. Pully tab in leather rather than canvas, seams in general and the stubbier last are tell-tale signs that it's a "fake"/copy/what have you. Retail is somewhere around 200£, solid boots, but not the Conistons we all love.
post #10275 of 12784
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Originally Posted by UncleCozy View Post

Buyers beware! In all likelihood, those are not made by C&J. CT shoes are made by Loake, in this case to 1880-standards. Pully tab in leather rather than canvas, seams in general and the stubbier last are tell-tale signs that it's a "fake"/copy/what have you. Retail is somewhere around 200£, solid boots, but not the Conistons we all love.

This. Speaking as an owner of Conistons de C&J.
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