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post #31 of 49
I guess I did get measured, tho.
post #32 of 49
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
I guess

I did get measured, tho.

why you roll your eyes dawg?

Getting measured to make sure you get the right size in a standard last is far from getting bespoke shoes made. You've been here long enough....
post #33 of 49


Me like, and honestly have no clue what to wear it with.....
post #34 of 49
Flannel. Maaaad flannel.
post #35 of 49
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Getting measured to make sure you get the right size in a standard last is far from getting bespoke shoes made. You've been here long enough....

Thus the rolleyes. I know the diff, just have convinced myself they are. Just like the RLPL Stantons...
post #36 of 49
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Originally Posted by culverwood View Post
One item the site does not have is a colour guide. Many people know what they mean by a chestnut or espresso but many do not. A set of pictures of shoes in each colour would help the less experienced to choose.
Good idea. Although, a pic of each shoe in each color would be very ambitious, particularly given the fact that they have so many angles for each shoe. But maybe it could be done digitally.
post #37 of 49
Has anyone of you noticed that the Alfred Sargent Premier Collection has been removed from their website? I even tried adding "premier" in the address, i.e. http://www.alfredsargent.co.uk/ShoeR...?Range=Premier, but that didn't work.
post #38 of 49
Wot no boots! I mean the quality stuff. It's C&J and EG for me, I'm afraid. The "Culford" looks nice, but in my opinion there's a gulf in quality between it and the C&J "Coniston" (I've owned both). The leather was grim and after light rain large water patches appeared in the upper near the welt. I was left with salt marks and faded patches where the colour had washed out. A one-off, perhaps? I don't know, I just feel on safer ground with other makers. That and you can't try them on in a shop.
post #39 of 49
I'll be at the trunk show at Leffot on Sunday. Apparently they have some new stuff to unveil. I won't take pictures.
post #40 of 49
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Originally Posted by Animal Thug View Post
Just go full-on handgrade. It's worth it.

Premier Collection is fine until I make more money.
post #41 of 49
I believe it is all day Sunday and Monday. I may not make it until Monday as I just moved into a new condo and I am going to be painting Sunday. We'll see.
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by CashmereLover View Post
Premier Collection is fine until I make more money.


Yep, me too.
post #43 of 49
Couple of questions 1. Is the Premier range gone for good ? Is is the end of the road for the Havant, Cranford, Stowe etc. 2. Anyone try the Exclusive line which is priced quite similar to the CJ handgrade. Is so how does it compare quality wise to the CJ handgrades. Right now CH handgrades are working out cheaper than AS Exclusive as worldwide shipping is included with CJ while AS will charge for shipping though the AS from Pediwear had worldwide shipping included in the price.
post #44 of 49
Some very nice styles....
post #45 of 49
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Couple of questions

1. Is the Premier range gone for good ? Is is the end of the road for the Havant, Cranford, Stowe etc.

2. Anyone try the Exclusive line which is priced quite similar to the CJ handgrade. Is so how does it compare quality wise to the CJ handgrades. Right now CH handgrades are working out cheaper than AS Exclusive as worldwide shipping is included with CJ while AS will charge for shipping though the AS from Pediwear had worldwide shipping included in the price.

Havant is from the even cheaper collection "Classic Collection", which was never on the AS website in the first place... neither on the new website, nor on the old one.
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