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post #541 of 567
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Originally Posted by Kevin24 View Post
 

 

Interesting,

 

how is the leather quality and construction on the Belgravia? Is it good for the price?

 

Also I was looking at loafers and was wondering how the Church' calf leather Pembrey compared to the Herring James, Charlton, or Broadway?

 

If you had any knowledge of those shoes that is.

Hi Kevin24

 

This is the reply I got from Herring when I enquired about the Belgravia

Herring Belgravia

[ticket: 6012619]
Saturday, September 3, 2016 07:29

Dear Carl,

A comment has been added to the following support ticket. 

If you need any further help please do contact us via this ticket!

Ticket #: 6012619
Subject: Herring Belgravia
Status: Closed
Solution: 
 
2016-09-03 07:29:24
Hello thank you for your enquiry,

They are made for us by Barker to a very high standard,

Best Regards

Chris Clark


You can view your ticket here: 
https://www.livehelpnow.net/lhn/ticketsdisplayticket.aspx?lhnid=16384&tid=f173e0a1-8a6b-438f-8554-571ac8d8c5db?c=16384&em=carlandmoira@btinternet.com&dct=1&tid=6012619

If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you,
Herring Shoes

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk

 

So according to Herring they are made to a "very high standard"

 

I have 2 pair of Barker shoes that I'm very happy with in regard to quality & style

 

 

Hope this helps

 

Carl.

post #542 of 567

On the Herring Tregon, is the insole also lined in sheep fur?

post #543 of 567

Pulled the trigger on some Herring Seconds, the Belgravia and Mayfair, which I found to be competitively priced to Canada.

 

Looking at it now, however, it's not clear from the website if these are full-grain or corrected-grain. Can anyone here comment with the definitive answer?

post #544 of 567
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Originally Posted by mikethewhite View Post

Pulled the trigger on some Herring Seconds, the Belgravia and Mayfair, which I found to be competitively priced to Canada.

 

Looking at it now, however, it's not clear from the website if these are full-grain or corrected-grain. Can anyone here comment with the definitive answer?

"Black calf" means the shoes are not corrected grain
post #545 of 567

Purchased some 7.5F Herring Knightsbridge black cap-toe on the 026 last, last week, second full day wearing them and any more walking than I usually do would create blisters. These are taking a while to break in.

 

I also have a pair of Loake Aldwych in 7.5F on the Capital Last, these are a much more comfortable fit and haven't given me anywhere near as much rubbing or near-blister experiences. This pair is only 2 weeks older.

 

So as may have already been mentioned in threads comparing the two, the 026 last is very snug compared to the same size in the Capital last.

post #546 of 567
Hi,

Does anyone have a working promo code for Herring Shoes?

Thanks in Advance
post #547 of 567
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Originally Posted by HitMan009 View Post

Hi,

Does anyone have a working promo code for Herring Shoes?

Thanks in Advance

Spend over £150 on Herring brand shoes use - ANDY10 for 10% off

 

Spend over £100 on Herring brand shoe use - HSAC for free cedar shoe trees

 

Can't use both for same sale

 

Carl.

post #548 of 567
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Originally Posted by Carl1955 View Post

Spend over £150 on Herring brand shoes use - ANDY10 for 10% off

Spend over £100 on Herring brand shoe use - HSAC for free cedar shoe trees

Can't use both for same sale

Carl.

Many Thanks Carl. I have been waiting for the pound to drop. I had a 20% off coupon that seems to have expired this past week. Sigh
post #549 of 567
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Originally Posted by HitMan009 View Post


Many Thanks Carl. I have been waiting for the pound to drop. I had a 20% off coupon that seems to have expired this past week. Sigh

 

Waiting for the pound to drop...more? An optimist and a pessimist both!

 

Question I'm hoping I can get some help with if anyone has this pair of boots - I'm typically a 10.5EEE in Allen Edmonds, will a UK size 10G or 10.5G be a better fit?


http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/coltham_chelsea-boot/black-calf

 

 

Thanks for the help

post #550 of 567
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Originally Posted by pleatedjeans View Post

Waiting for the pound to drop...more? An optimist and a pessimist both!

Question I'm hoping I can get some help with if anyone has this pair of boots - I'm typically a 10.5EEE in Allen Edmonds, will a UK size 10G or 10.5G be a better fit?



http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/coltham_chelsea-boot/black-calf


Thanks for the help
Yes Sir!!!!! Indeed the pound will become very close to parity with the dollar is the next few months
post #551 of 567
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Originally Posted by pleatedjeans View Post


Question I'm hoping I can get some help with if anyone has this pair of boots - I'm typically a 10.5EEE in Allen Edmonds, will a UK size 10G or 10.5G be a better fit?



http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/coltham_chelsea-boot/black-calf


Thanks for the help

I'd go 10 G. I wear Park Aves in 10.5EE and I found the 10 G just a bit loose. 10.5 G will definitely be long
post #552 of 567
Quote:
Originally Posted by pleatedjeans View Post

Waiting for the pound to drop...more? An optimist and a pessimist both!

Question I'm hoping I can get some help with if anyone has this pair of boots - I'm typically a 10.5EEE in Allen Edmonds, will a UK size 10G or 10.5G be a better fit?



http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/coltham_chelsea-boot/black-calf


Thanks for the help

What a coincidence, I just got these last week but in brown (its actually more burgundy/oxblood which I wasnt prepared for but still ok). Im usually 8.5EEE in Allen Edmonds Strand & Park Avenue and size 8G fit me very well! I also ordered 9F because thats what my Church's chelseas are, but they felt a bit too loose back in the heel. Ive actually only first worn the 8Gs today 7h at work and it wasnt painful at all, tight, but not painful! So my guess would be go ½ size down and go G-width (there is still a bit of room in the toe-box, but 7.5 would never work width-wise for me).

These + my Church's Emberton are the _only_ pair of Chelsea my feet has ever felt decent in, because of my short and wide feet combined with high wrist its a real headache finding anything that fits at all. I cant really complain, shipping was fast to Sweden as well, so all in all, very good!

All in all, I agree with K. Nights.
post #553 of 567

Thanks guys!

post #554 of 567

Hi Guys,

 

I was wondering how are the Herring Grassmere derbies by Cheaney overall?

 

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/grassmere-rubber_brogue/mahogany-grain

 

As well as the Canning Derbies also by Cheaney?

 

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=5313&siteNavEvent=herringToHerringEquivClick

 

I ask as I was looking for a good brogued derby and was shopping around for the best value. In this catagory I was also looking at  similar models by Alden, Crockett and Jones, Church's and Oak Street. I was wondering how these would stack up compared to the other options or my mainstay shoe brand Allen Edmonds?

post #555 of 567
I have the Herring Langdale which I believe is the boot version of the Grassmere. I could not recommend it more, superb. I have shoes and boots from a lot of the high end producers and this one from Cheaney stands right up there with them. If they made the Grassmere in a G fitting I would get them in a heartbeat. For the price the Langdale (and thus I assume the Grassmere) punches well above its weight.
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