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Traveling to Dublin in a couple months, anyone know of a store that sells C&J? Thanks
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Cornhill

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Traveling to Dublin in a couple months, anyone know of a store that sells C&J? Thanks


You can try Fitzpatricks shoes:  http://www.fitzpatricksshoes.com/crockett-jones-m3

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You can try Fitzpatricks shoes:  http://www.fitzpatricksshoes.com/crockett-jones-m3

Thanks...will do!
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Oiled suede Islays from Barney's.
The size 10.5US feels like the 9.5UK Purdislays I have.
So there's a size 10US on their way back.
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Did you find the Barney's size you went with to be TTS?
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Did you find the Barney's size you went with to be TTS?

Pretty much. They're on the 365 last which is somewhat generous but not enough to take a smaller size.. I take 9.5UK in most all UK sized shoes. It's when they're marked in US sizes for Barney's or Ralph Lauren or Brooks Brothers where things get wonky.
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@Cleav when you discussed unlined Suede boots on here, you once mentioned that one version of the Chukka boot was more comfortable than the other.  I think you named them Mk3, Mk5 or something.

 

Whats the deal with this?  If I order an unlined chukka, which version would it be?

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@Cleav
when you discussed unlined Suede boots on here, you once mentioned that one version of the Chukka boot was more comfortable than the other.  I think you named them Mk3, Mk5 or something.

Whats the deal with this?  If I order an unlined chukka, which version would it be?

Mate, just checked. The two boots in question, IIRC, were Chukka and Chukka 3. Both are marked as the same size though Chukka 3 is more comfortable for me. Most importantly they are good for me and my 'plates of meat' we should always bear that in mind when asking for fit advice. That said, I hope that's helpful.

Have a good evening.
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Mate, just checked. The two boots in question, IIRC, were Chukka and Chukka 3. Both are marked as the same size though Chukka 3 is more comfortable for me. Most importantly they are good for me and my 'plates of meat' we should always bear that in mind when asking for fit advice. That said, I hope that's helpful.

Have a good evening.

 

Thanks Cleav,

 

From what you have posted about liking and not liking various lasts, my gut feel is that we have a similar fit.

 

If I ordered a Chukka suede boot fro the C&J mail order, do you think it would be a Chukka 3?  Was your Chukka 3 a special make-up or something?

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Thanks Cleav,

From what you have posted about liking and not liking various lasts, my gut feel is that we have a similar fit.

If I ordered a Chukka suede boot fro the C&J mail order, do you think it would be a Chukka 3?  Was your Chukka 3 a special make-up or something?

My chukka 3 looks exactly like the dark brown suede Chukka on the current website, though I'm not sure it is on the 200 last as it is a little longer. Hence more comfortable. Special make up? I have no idea, sorry.
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Anyone have any experience with the Newquay model? Or know if it is unlined or not? I like the Alden unlined derby, but they feel and look a bit too informal to wear with wool gabardine trousers.

 

 

Thank you,

 

DL-

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I spotted the Newquay in a "Top 5 unlined chukka boots" article on the C&J website.

 

http://www.crockettandjones.com/news/index/top-5-crockett-and-jones-unlined-styles

 

It looks like it has a leather lining around the ankle at least.  I wonder if the toe/vamp area is unlined.

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Anyone have any experience with the Newquay model? Or know if it is unlined or not? I like the Alden unlined derby, but they feel and look a bit too informal to wear with wool gabardine trousers.

 

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Thank you,

 

DL-

 

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I spotted the Newquay in a "Top 5 unlined chukka boots" article on the C&J website.

 

http://www.crockettandjones.com/news/index/top-5-crockett-and-jones-unlined-styles

 

It looks like it has a leather lining around the ankle at least.  I wonder if the toe/vamp area is unlined.

 

Looks like Upper-shoes also lists them as unlined

 

http://www.upper-shoes.com/en/man/crockett-and-jones/6766-newquay.html#/colors-snuff/size-7

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