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Nice work Rey nod[1].gif

 

Cheers!

 

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These look great. What model is this? Thanks

 

Thank you, they are indeed the mahogany calf Desborough, and yes, that shot of them is a rather lighter shade than IRL. They're very pleasant in person.

post #347 of 406
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Gentlemen's Footwear, I believe, has finalized a deal to become Herring's US distributor. IIRC, they will be receiving some stock late this year. Check out his affiliate thread for more info.


Well looks like I'm going to be getting myself into some trouble.  Thanks.

post #348 of 406
Given the topic, thought i would outline my experience.

Starting with having received another order from herring shoes on thursday morning (Canberra, Australia) it was only ordered monday night. I have always found herring shoes to provide this quick delivery, and they have awesome products. I have now been buying from them for 5 + years with at least an annual order and with over 15 different shoes purchased, i have never had an issue. i recommend herring shoes to all my friends and work colleagues!
post #349 of 406

Hi gents;

Looking to purchase some durable shitkickers - http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?shoeid=4087 seems to be good for what I want. Have a question on sizing - I'm a UK 9.5, US 10 in standard width. However, the shoes are only sold in G width, and I was suggested to size down by half. Would this be advisable? 

Thanks!

post #350 of 406

/\ That's a rebranded Cheaney Pennine IIR, same last. I've had it as the Cheaney.

I can't quite remember now, but I'm typically a UK9 albeit my feet are on the short side of the size, and just wider than average.

 

As I recall I tried an 8.5UK which I found a little cramped in the toe box, and went with a size UK9 as the more comfortable choice - worn with regular middle weight socks. I didn't find the 4436 to be all that wide, against say the 'G' width fits of other Northampton brands. For reference, Loake's Pennine last is wider in same size and fits larger.

 

It's entirely dependent on your foot shape but I would hesitate recommending sizing down, It's impossible to give proper reliable sizing advice so I'd suggest ordering both sizes. Returns sadly are at your own cost to Herring.

post #351 of 406

Hi, can anyone post a picture of their Herring's Knightsbridge being worn?

 

Thank you so much!

post #352 of 406
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Hi, can anyone post a picture of their Herring's Knightsbridge being worn?

 

Thank you so much!

 

Knightsbridge - Black Calf in G width

 

http://instagram.com/p/sKQk82OJi3/

post #353 of 406

Thanks so much for the photos, I can't seem to open the link though.

 

Does the knightsbridge look chunky or big? I'm a slim person bordering on lanky, and I'm worried that it might not look good on me. However, I'm leaning towards the Knightsbridge because it's within my budget, and I like the tobacco brown color.

post #354 of 406

Not sure if this works better. The Knightsbridge I bought was based on G width so it is wider than usual. It is a traditional English shoe shape, so don't expect very sleek pointed last.

 

 

 

http://instagram.com/weeliat

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Hi guys,

 

Could you help me with sizing? I'm about 2 millimeters short of size 9 on the Brannock measuring device. What Herring size should I get, a UK 8.5 or an 8? How small should I size down to?

 

thanks!

post #356 of 406
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Originally Posted by robotman1985 View Post
 

Hi guys,

 

Could you help me with sizing? I'm about 2 millimeters short of size 9 on the Brannock measuring device. What Herring size should I get, a UK 8.5 or an 8? How small should I size down to?

 

thanks!



It is best to email Herring directly. They will be able to advise.

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Thanks urban!
post #358 of 406

Don't forget the Herring Shoes Summer Sale through Sunday. Discount code HSSUB25.

 

I did try to email Herring with some sizing and last questions but didn't get a reply. The person I chatted with online from Herring couldn't tell me anything beyond what I had learned here or on other forums. I pulled the trigger on a pair of chukka boots. Hopefully they will fit. I just couldn't bring myself to spend the money on a pair of Churches for a G fitting even with the 25% discount. Hopefully going up a half size in the F of another brand will work. The thought of an international return does not thrill me.

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post #360 of 406

Does anyone own these Tregony boots? http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=5872

 

I'm looking for some lined boots for the winter. Is this a Chuch made boot? The last is "116" and apparently Churchs have the same one.

And what would you suggest regarding sizing? Going up half a size?

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