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Today I saw, the Chukka in a chestnut brownish suede shade in D width on sale, and the Newquay in some colors for 340 euro if I'm not mistaken! The Audley did I see as a "sub" for 395 in brown and in black calf. This was all in the C&J store in Paris, Boulevard Raspail.

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It has been a while

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There's Handgrade Selbourne, Cliffords, Barrington 2 on sale in London. I was so tempted with the Selbourne but ended up in EG instead lol.



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There's a big sale on at 69 Jermyn Street as you can see in the pictures above. I know the Langham 2 in the Ivywood Calf and the Cavendish in Navy Cordovan are in the sale can't remember the others.

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anyone seen Seymour 2 in dark brown (non-suede) on sale?
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It has been a while

 

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*salivating* I love the brass hardware. I need some conistons 

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*salivating* I love the brass hardware. I need some conistons 


Thanks, glad to be your inspiration :) 

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I went to the C&J store in NYC last week.  They had the sale shoes lined up on the floor.  I was pretty disappointed by what they had to offer.  A few styles in each size but nothing fantastic.

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I agree with you on Mephistos' styles.  I don't get them either.  I've had Mephisto Hurrican shoes for years.  Very comfortable, great soles, good leather, last forever, rebuildable.  The new ones I bought are a lightweight version of a bit loafer. Very lightweight but I'm not sold on them yet. Handmade and high quality.

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Does anyone have any experience with the 363 last? I've looked around, and found very little about it. For reference, I'm a 10US on a brannock with narrowish, low-volume feet. I don't have any experience with C&J, but in terms of other lasts:

AE 65, 9.5US
Meermin Hiro, 9UK
Carmina Forest, 9UK. An 8.5UK might be a marginally better fit, but the 9UK definitely isn't uncomfortably large.
Carmina Robert, 8.5UK. This is a very poor fit: it's a bit small in the forefoot, but I still get some heel slip. It's a Blucher, which just isn't a great design for my feet, but I like them.
Alden Barrie, 9E. A bit wide - the 9.5D would be better, I think. The 9.5 feels fine lengthwise, but I get too much heel slip to be comfortable. At some point, I'll need to try a 9.5C.
Herring Shoes 026, 9FUK

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve
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Here are a few more taken from the Canary Wharf store

 

 

 

 

 

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Socks, please. Haven't we had this conversation once.
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Speaking of unlined... Whiskey Shell Cordovan Harvard 314 last.

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Seems like lots of nice discount at the store.

Anybody know if some of the online retail will put CnJ on sale? Specifically handgrade and 337 last.
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Guys, need your quick & honest opinion .. Are these to be considered ugly? Are they worth the money?

I would mainly wore them on vacation with shorts .. Though I already feel like an old German tourist just thinking about them, but they look cool somehow ..

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