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Congrats, I fully support that shoe, obviously.
Now get ready for 150 PMs and a direct email on how they fit.

FTFY/M
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

only it looks like one of those odd spade soles.

Odd? qu'est-que c'est?
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That's a nice, clean, wingtip. Nice job! biggrin.gif

Thanks Jubei!
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I was wondering if any of you could give me some input on my go to loafers.  I can't afford AE $500+ loafers (since I'm a full time college student with no job) but they are the best I have.  I was hoping for some input and some suggestions for what to go with for next time.  

 

I have penny loafers as well for more casual days.

 

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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Crockett and Jones Drummonds on the 348 last, tan.

934

834

As purchased from the Jermyn St. store (unconditioned/polished/etc.)

I have handgrade version, Cleveland. Great shoe. Your pair looks just as nice if not nicer
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Lindricks last, how does it compare to c&j 341?
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Crockett and Jones Drummonds on the 348 last, tan.
934
As purchased from the Jermyn St. store (unconditioned/polished/etc.)

like the pic
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

Lindricks last, how does it compare to c&j 341?

I believe the 348 is actually the bench grade (machine manufactured) version of the 337 which means it is longer but narrower than the 341.
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post

I believe the 348 is actually the bench grade (machine manufactured) version of the 337 which means it is longer but narrower than the 341.

Are you saying that the 337 and 348 are essentially the same last? I am pretty certain this is not the case.
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post

I believe the 348 is actually the bench grade (machine manufactured) version of the 337 which means it is longer but narrower than the 341.

I believe youll find the 348 maybe the bench grade version of the 358 handgrade ??? both being longer and narrower than the 341.
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Originally Posted by TauKappaEpsilon View Post

I was wondering if any of you could give me some input on my go to loafers.  I can't afford AE $500+ loafers (since I'm a full time college student with no job) but they are the best I have.  I was hoping for some input and some suggestions for what to go with for next time.  

I have penny loafers as well for more casual days.

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AE shoes don't go as expensive as $500. Why don't you try them during their Thanksgiving sale, or try the AE Outlet during that time. You can get some nice shoes for under $200. Good luck to you.
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post

I believe the 348 is actually the bench grade (machine manufactured) version of the 337 which means it is longer but narrower than the 341.

Regarding the C&J lasts. Burton you are correct that the 348 is longer and sleeker than the 341. But the in the handgrades the 358 appears to be the equivalent to the benchgrade's 348 as best I can tell.

Here's a link to the CJ catalog which should answer all the questions except the question regarding the RL Lindrick's last. There is a thread for the Lindricks and their brethren. I bet the last information is on that thread somewhere.

C&J Mail Order 2010.pdf 2681k .pdf file
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Isshi, you're officially my enemy now wink.gif

I had those Stetson crocs in my sight for some time on eBay, but the berk of a seller was not so willing to add more pics or info on them. I gave up -- only to see that they were indeed beauts and now in your hairy hands. Grrr.
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