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Thank you, Uncle.
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what size did you buy in that boot?
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what size did you buy in that boot?

10
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Crockett & Jones for Cleverley "Adam" (337 last):

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The toe cap looks a little small to me, given the length of the shoe. Comparison pic with another pair of C&J adelaides on the 337 last:

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- I think the larger toe cap and brogueing on the brown shoe looks better.

Cleverley Semi-bespoke "Peter":

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The toe looks quite... square. I guess this is the Cleverley shape that they're famous for, but I think it'll take me a while to get used to it. Comparion pics with the C&Js:

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You can see that, while the two shoes are the same length, the Semi-bespoke last is much sleeker and more shapely than the C&J 337, which looks bulky in comparison. This sleekness comes at a price though: the Semi-bespoke shoes are quite narrow (mine are in a UK D fitting - I'm not sure if this is standard), so they'll probably be a harder fit for people. It also makes the Semi-bespoke shoes look very long on my feet - again, something that I'll have to get used to.
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These are incredible.
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Crockett & Jones for Cleverley "Adam" (337 last):

gjcadam1.th.jpg gjcadam2.th.jpg gjcadam3.th.jpg gjcadam4.th.jpg

The toe cap looks a little small to me, given the length of the shoe. Comparison pic with another pair of C&J adelaides on the 337 last:

gjcadamvscjadelaide.th.jpg

- I think the larger toe cap and brogueing on the brown shoe looks better.

Cleverley Semi-bespoke "Peter":

gjcpeter1.th.jpg gjcpeter2.th.jpg gjcpeter3.th.jpg gjcpeter4.th.jpg

The toe looks quite... square. I guess this is the Cleverley shape that they're famous for, but I think it'll take me a while to get used to it. Comparion pics with the C&Js:

gjcpetervsadam1.th.jpg gjcpetervsadam2.th.jpg

You can see that, while the two shoes are the same length, the Semi-bespoke last is much sleeker and more shapely than the C&J 337, which looks bulky in comparison. This sleekness comes at a price though: the Semi-bespoke shoes are quite narrow (mine are in a UK D fitting - I'm not sure if this is standard), so they'll probably be a harder fit for people. It also makes the Semi-bespoke shoes look very long on my feet - again, something that I'll have to get used to.

Very nice.
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These are incredible.

Thanks, Spoo.
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ravello wt boot
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ravello wt boot
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very nice

you are agreat inspiration
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very nice
you are agreat inspiration

thank you
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ravello wt boot
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how many alders do you own?
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how many alders do you own?

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how many alders do you own?

 

He is pretty alder-ly smile.gif

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how many alders do you own?

All of the shell ones?
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