Originally Posted by @matthew
I am thinking of buying the Comfort Craftsman. I went in to an RM Williams store and got fitted, they felt great on my feet. However I have a few questions. How do you think these would be on a 6 week Europe (winter) trip acting as my main shoes? As I need something comfortable and also that looks good. Also would these be good for walking all day?
This has probably been answered in this thread somewhere, however I don't have the time to read 150 pages. What colour, the chestnut or black? I'd be wearing them mostly with jeans and (if they look OK) suits.
Thanks for your help.
As long as the boot fits OK, they will be comfortable for walking in all day. Be warned, however, the CC is tighter in the toe box than the regular craftsman. Mine simply don't fit that well (had to go up one width). My regular Craftsman fit like a dream. I will be getting the Blaxland for my next wet weather boot.
As for colour, the same rules apply as for shoes: black for city (professional; formal); brown for country (casual). Definitely brown for jeans. I have boots in the chestnut yearling, and it's very attractive and sturdy.