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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post

Everything.

+ ∞

At least they match the car in the avatar pic.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

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Somewhat better porn as promised.
Alfred Sargent Exclusive Grade, Model Pimlico, Chestnut Calf. Shouts out to 'A Fine Pair of Shoes' for great customer service.

How much are these?

Is it just me or is AS getting more refined? I think they really have their act together.
post #11058 of 18691
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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post

How much are these?
Is it just me or is AS getting more refined? I think they really have their act together.

AS Exclusives run from about 320 pounds up to almost 400 pounds.

And yes - the exclusive grade is looking pretty good since they relaunched last year. I've not worn this pair yet - but the leather looks as if it will be pretty full and supple.
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One could say, this particular style is a poor mans Corthay.
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AS Exclusives run from about 320 pounds up to almost 400 pounds.
And yes - the exclusive grade is looking pretty good since they relaunched last year. I've not worn this pair yet - but the leather looks as if it will be pretty full and supple.

That is alot of shoe for 400lbs. Agree about the look of the leather and the waists look particularly well done. Also look how close cut the welt is. I guess they have really benefitted from their association with G&G way back.
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Originally Posted by Northampton Novice View Post

One could say, this particular style is a poor mans Corthay.

Yes, striking resemblance
post #11062 of 18691
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Originally Posted by Northampton Novice View Post

One could say, this particular style is a poor mans Corthay.

who you callin' poor smack.gif

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post #11063 of 18691
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Originally Posted by Northampton Novice View Post

One could say, this particular style is a poor mans Corthay.

Speaking of which, did the thief turn himself in?
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crockett.jpg

Know absolutely nothing about these..

 

 

I have recently bought a pair of Crockett & Jones shoes but know nothing about them.
They do not have a name inside so am finding it hard to identify.
 
They have a label stitched inside saying "Crockett & Jones".
Does have some numbers inside though...
518/376
CJ1i227
LAST 127
SIZE 29 O
 
Any help would be great.
Thanks all
post #11065 of 18691
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Originally Posted by Northampton Novice View Post

One could say, this particular style is a poor mans Corthay.

more pleasing to my eyes, though.
post #11066 of 18691
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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post

That is alot of shoe for 400lbs. Agree about the look of the leather and the waists look particularly well done. Also look how close cut the welt is. I guess they have really benefitted from their association with G&G way back.

did they? what's the saying from the experts e.g. bengal on this?
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Originally Posted by jimmysoul View Post

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Know absolutely nothing about these..


I have recently bought a pair of Crockett & Jones shoes but know nothing about them.
They do not have a name inside so am finding it hard to identify.
 
They have a label stitched inside saying "Crockett & Jones".
Does have some numbers inside though...
518/376
CJ1i227
LAST 127
SIZE 29 O
 
Any help would be great.
Thanks all

290 is US vintage 9B. I suspect from the longwing shape they were a made under licence for the US market by C&J in US sizes. The spectator was not usually done with the longwing stripes what's more. Great find. Unusual colour combo.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

who you callin' poor smack.gif
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This isn't a "whose thistle is bigger than mine" contest, G.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

This isn't a "whose thistle is bigger than mine" contest, G.

Are you SURE of that? biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Are you SURE of that? biggrin.gif

Oh shit.
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