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post #151 of 337
Very nice indeed, especially as the last seems to be G&G Deco and Cleverley inspired.
post #152 of 337

How do Herring shoes compare to the equivalent shoes from the actual manufacturers in quality?

post #153 of 337
http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=2769


http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=7&shoeid=3920


What is the difference between these two pair of chelsea boots. The Herring shoes are cheaper but look nearly identical to the Loakes. If I'm not mistaken, Loake makes some of Herring's shoes in their factory, correct?
post #154 of 337
I don't know, but be aware that the Loake boot comes only in G-Width.
post #155 of 337
Yes, Herring has their shoes made by Loake, Cheaney, Barker and Alfred Sargent. Compare the lasts to see who makes what.
post #156 of 337
I bought these burgundy wholecuts for 60€ in Spain falling in love with Herring shoes...
post #157 of 337
Just in my mailbox: code HSSUB20 can be used to get 20% off on all full priced shoes at Herring (also the non-Herring branded ones).
post #158 of 337
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Originally Posted by e8487 View Post

I bought these burgundy wholecuts for 60€ in Spain falling in love with Herring shoes...

Did you buy them in a store and were they sold in that John Spencer box?
post #159 of 337
Yes, they were sold in the John Spencer outlet in the mentioned town and they packed them in that particular box. I wondered then whether Herring shoes were also made in Spain or not because in the shop they devoted an specific corner to some Herring stuff. For 60€ I didn't make any further question on the topic.
post #160 of 337
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Just in my mailbox: code HSSUB20 can be used to get 20% off on all full priced shoes at Herring (also the non-Herring branded ones).

 

Can you please tell me when the offer code expires? I'm thinking about picking the Herring Kendal (http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=3011). If anybody has any experience with this shoe or with a similar country brogue, I'd love to hear it.

post #161 of 337

What do you guys think about the Shackleton? http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=7084 The pin-grain is quite interesting but it seems to be a casual only shoe..

post #162 of 337
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Just in my mailbox: code HSSUB20 can be used to get 20% off on all full priced shoes at Herring (also the non-Herring branded ones).
Thank you very much for this, finally pulled the trigger on the Henley II.
post #163 of 337
I also just made a purchase with the 20% off. Thanks for posting.
post #164 of 337
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What do you guys think about the Shackleton? http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=7084 The pin-grain is quite interesting but it seems to be a casual only shoe..

I would reckon the Herring Fiennes is more versatile.
post #165 of 337
The Herring 1966 range is top notch, same quality as the AS Exclusive range, beautiful fiddle waist with a elegant shape.

Herring Drake

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