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post #511 of 564
Adrian Herring just posted this on Instagram...
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEyeB6ftixn/
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I have just found this old design of mine in the back of my shoe room, would you like to see it in the Herring range?

post #512 of 564
anyone owning the Herring Canning ? Curious to have sizing feedback, wether on F or G fit.
post #513 of 564
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Originally Posted by Emixam View Post

anyone owning the Herring Canning ? Curious to have sizing feedback, wether on F or G fit.

likewise.
post #514 of 564

Anyone got a top down picture of the George boots in brown? Want a pair of Jodphurs but am worried that the last isn't sleek enough in this case.

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Originally Posted by Andolin View Post

Anyone got a top down picture of the George boots in brown? Want a pair of Jodphurs but am worried that the last isn't sleek enough in this case.


I don't have a picture, but have the same feeling about the Herring George boots.
They'd be much better on a Loake Capital last.
post #516 of 564

Herring Sale now on

 

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/search.php?task=newSearch&sortBy=default&presale=1&sale_search=1&haid=47

 

 

  
 

 

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Everything in the sale is 30%-50% off 

 

 

Carl.

post #517 of 564
Does anyone know what their heel height is typically?
post #518 of 564
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Originally Posted by oldcomma View Post

Does anyone know what their heel height is typically?
I've measured heel height on my two pairs for you - 2.2 and 2.5 cm (almost 1 inch).
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Originally Posted by Desuse View Post

I've measured heel height on my two pairs for you - 2.2 and 2.5 cm (almost 1 inch).

Thank you! Really appreciate it. Though am surprised its only 1 inch as they look taller than normal
post #520 of 564
Mind that herring doesn't make their own shoes, they just rebrand shoes from other makers like Loake, Cheaney, Alfred Sargent, Barker and Carlos Santos. So the heel height might vary.
post #521 of 564
Hmm, I like slightly taller heels, but don't really know who makes those shoes. Thus the qs
post #522 of 564

Hello All,

 

Does anyone have any experience with Herring Knightsbridge Oxford in 'Black Polished'? I was trying to find some opinions and noticed a few comments advising to stay away from black polished and look for 'Black Calf' only. The Black Polished is on sale though so wondering if it's worth it.

 

Thanks a lot in advance.

post #523 of 564
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Originally Posted by oldcomma View Post

Hmm, I like slightly taller heels, but don't really know who makes those shoes. Thus the qs
You could request the info from their customer help maybe.
post #524 of 564
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Originally Posted by stapi View Post

Hello All,

Does anyone have any experience with Herring Knightsbridge Oxford
 in '
Black Polished'? I was trying to find some opinions and noticed a few comments advising to stay away from black polished and look for 'Black Calf' only. The Black Polished is on sale though so wondering if it's worth it.

Thanks a lot in advance.
My opinion - you should stay away from 'black polished' and from Knightsbridge Oxford in black polished in particular. I once bought them and then had to return them.
post #525 of 564
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Originally Posted by stapi View Post
 

Hello All,

 

Does anyone have any experience with Herring Knightsbridge Oxford in 'Black Polished'? I was trying to find some opinions and noticed a few comments advising to stay away from black polished and look for 'Black Calf' only. The Black Polished is on sale though so wondering if it's worth it.

 

Thanks a lot in advance.

 

I have this shoe which i bought a couple of years ago. Black polished means it is a leather shoe with a permanent coat of acryllic on it. It is easy to maintain but the shine is not a deep shine associated with adding polish on calf leather. Knowing what i know now, I would not have bought it. You would be better off with a normal calf leather shoe and polish it.


But if you are not interested in spending time on polishing shoes, and wants a shiny black pair of shoes on discount, the shoes is mighty fine.

 

This is mine, after 1.5 years or so.....

https://www.instagram.com/p/_5YyfNuJnQ/?taken-by=urban_sg

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