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Sorry for the double post in the thrift section.. 

 

Pick these up today. Was wondering if anyone could ID...

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Cross-posted from the Brooks Brothers sale thread, my new Peal & Co. (Crockett & Jones for Brooks Brothers) wingtips:
Pics (Click to show)
The box:
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Box markings:
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Lid off:
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First glimpse of shoes:
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Out of the box:
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Another angle:
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Markings in the shoes show that they were made by Crockett & Jones on the 240 last:
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Top-down comparison to Alfred Sargent-made Peals on the 87 last (both size 10D):
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From the front. Also, my daughter will start potty-training in the near-future:
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post #9393 of 19788
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Originally Posted by dasai View Post

Cross-posted from the Brooks Brothers sale thread, my new Peal & Co. (Crockett & Jones for Brooks Brothers) wingtips: Pics (Click to show)
The box:
IMG_2176.jpg
Box markings:
IMG_2177.jpg
Lid off:
IMG_2179.jpg
First glimpse of shoes:
IMG_2180.jpg
Out of the box:
IMG_2184.jpg
Another angle:
IMG_2185.jpg
Markings in the shoes show that they were made by Crockett & Jones on the 240 last:
IMG_2181.jpg
Top-down comparison to Alfred Sargent-made Peals on the 87 last (both size 10D):
IMG_2187.jpg
From the front. Also, my daughter will start potty-training in the near-future:
IMG_2188.jpg

Very nice, don't remember seeing anything this nice on the BB website recently. Good luck with the potty training! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #9394 of 19788
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Originally Posted by etb View Post


Nice! Are those on the 238 last?


Yes. Will buy them next week :)!!

post #9395 of 19788
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Originally Posted by cliche View Post





Yeah better then the Chukka boots I think.


yep and what gdot said. just curious why you neglect other brands than c&j?
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Very nice.  Shoe driving lessons?

 

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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

My eyes!!

i agree. such beauties, very noice.
post #9398 of 19788
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

My one year old daughter's new shoes...she got style...and more balls than I do wearing button boots.
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And you didn't make them yourself out of an old pair from your closet? That's sub-par for SF standards, you know.

Just kidding, your daughter definitely got style!
post #9399 of 19788
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post


yep and what gdot said. just curious why you neglect other brands than c&j?


I have tried many diffrent brands in my life as John Lobb, G&G, Tricker's, Church's, Ralph Lauren and so on.. But the best shoes me personaly got comfortable with was C&J and loafers in Tod's (nothing I buy now, only what I have left)

So I sold all other brands I had and kept only C&J and Tod's and there on I have only bought C&J shoes.

 

I am sure there are mutch better qualities, models out there. But we all are diffrent :)

 

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Originally Posted by cliche View Post


I am sure there are mutch better qualities, models out there. But we all are diffrent smile.gif

if it works for you, that's all that matters, imo.
post #9401 of 19788
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post


if it works for you, that's all that matters, imo.


Yeah im a loyal C&J fan haha. But even Church's were good shoes but I have a little sickness that I want everything to be the same brand, looks nicer :P

 

post #9402 of 19788
Thanks guys! She likes them and, luckily, they work well with her existing outfits. :^)
post #9403 of 19788
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Originally Posted by cliche View Post



Yeah im a loyal C&J fan haha. But even Church's were good shoes but I have a little sickness that I want everything to be the same brand, looks nicer :P

ah, ok
post #9404 of 19788
dm2703. You have to use Meltonian Color preparer and some serious elbown grease to get that caked on wax off. Then you have to use Fiebing's Leather dye to change the color and then some cream and wax polish. You're not going to significantly change the color of your shoes just with caking on polish.
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

Grenson (Stuart's Choice) Wolfson
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I bought it's cousin a few months ago:

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