Originally Posted by Jeff H
Thanks for the response, Stuart! I'll add that the Comfort Craftsman doesn't work for me. I've tried it, and as others have mentioned, the extra padding inside the boot makes the toebox tighter. I've tried on a regular Craftsman, and it fits my foot better than the Comfort. I assume the Blaxland will fit the same as the regular Craftsman, since it's just the sole changing, and nothing inside the boot. It's interesting that you find the regular Craftsman more comfortable than the Comfort, Stuart! I wonder if it's a result of more room inside the boot, or the leather sole itself. If anyone has experience with the feel of a regular Craftsman vs. the Blaxland, please let me know! Thanks! Jeff
Regarding Comfort versus regular Craftsman, I had the same issue. I ended up selling, much to my chagrin, my pair of CC as the fit was just too different from the regular - wearing today actually their replacement, rubber-soled standard Craftsman in claret.