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Go for 7E


Thanks! It looks like Harrods has a 7e. The only place I can find it in stock in a 7e so far.

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Thanks! It looks like Harrods has a 7e. The only place I can find it in stock in a 7e so far.

Someone on B&S is selling a brown grain Pembroke in 7e here (not me). Good luck.
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Someone on B&S is selling a brown grain Pembroke in 7e here (not me). Good luck.


Thanks very much. I'm leaning more towards the tan, but I may change my mind.

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Thanks very much. I'm leaning more towards the tan, but I may change my mind.

 

Just wanted to say that I LOVE my tan Pembrokes.

 

An excellent choice for your introduction to C&J

 

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Thanks! It looks like Harrods has a 7e. The only place I can find it in stock in a 7e so far.

Go straight to the source: CJ Mailorder
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Agree with the tan Pembroke, beautiful shoe!

I've been thinking more about the Islay and I think I may forego that and get a brown grain Pembroke. I don't have a darker brown wingtip blucher anymore and I love my tan ones so it seems like a no brainer.
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Just wanted to say that I LOVE my tan Pembrokes.

 

An excellent choice for your introduction to C&J

 

 

Those look fantastic!! Glad I went with the tan! Can't wait to get these.

 

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Go straight to the source: CJ Mailorder

 

I didn't even know you could do that. Thanks for the tip. I'll do that in the future. I ended up ordering from Herrods.

 

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Originally Posted by BackInTheJox View Post

Agree with the tan Pembroke, beautiful shoe!

I've been thinking more about the Islay and I think I may forego that and get a brown grain Pembroke. I don't have a darker brown wingtip blucher anymore and I love my tan ones so it seems like a no brainer.

 

I like the brown one as well, but I alway lean towards the more casual, lighter tone leathers so that's why I went with the tan first. Really, really like those. Note that I did see a similar light brown pebble grain wingtip from Yanko over at Skolyx: http://www.skolyx.se/en/shoes/314-full-brogue-in-light-brown-grain-leather.html. I know these are a little different, and I'm sure C&J is better quality, but these were tempting given the approximately $150 less price. I guess I'm telling you this in the event you want to try something new (blasphemy on this thread I'm sure haha) as they offer a dark brown as well. 

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Originally Posted by Mr Clemson View Post




I like the brown one as well, but I alway lean towards the more casual, lighter tone leathers so that's why I went with the tan first. Really, really like those. Note that I did see a similar light brown pebble grain wingtip from Yanko over at Skolyx: http://www.skolyx.se/en/shoes/314-full-brogue-in-light-brown-grain-leather.html. I know these are a little different, and I'm sure C&J is better quality, but these were tempting given the approximately $150 less price. I guess I'm telling you this in the event you want to try something new (blasphemy on this thread I'm sure haha) as they offer a dark brown as well. 

Thanks. I prefer blucher to balmorals so I would pass on those anyway. Nice shoes though.

Agree that for your first pair of Pembrokes, tan is definitely the way to go. I like to have a darker color similar looking shoe in my stable, so adding a darker brown grain Pembroke would be a nice way to supplement my rotation. The tan would still likely get more wear.
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Originally Posted by BackInTheJox View Post


Thanks. I prefer blucher to balmorals so I would pass on those anyway. Nice shoes though.

Agree that for your first pair of Pembrokes, tan is definitely the way to go. I like to have a darker color similar looking shoe in my stable, so adding a darker brown grain Pembroke would be a nice way to supplement my rotation. The tan would still likely get more wear.


I agree.  I like the more casual blucher with these, so that along with the fact that I've been wanting to join the C&J club pushed me over for the Pembroke.  Let me know what you think of the brown.  Hey, just go ahead and order them. : )  I'm already drooling over the Skye 3 and the Islay - awesome boots.  Good for my wallet that I can't find them anywhere in my size (mail order perhaps).  Not sure what took me so long to start looking at C&J...

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That Tan Pembroke isn't in my quiver... Should be a Staple in everyone's wardrobe.
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That Tan Pembroke isn't in my quiver... Should be a Staple in everyone's wardrobe.


Or just get the Warlow and have the best of all worlds...:fistbump:

 

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Wow, grail... very nice...
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Or just get the Warlow and have the best of all worlds...:fistbump:

 

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Wow! Now that's a beautiful shoe! Hate I missed out on those. 

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Wow! Now that's a beautiful shoe! Hate I missed out on those. 


Start Warlow 3.0.  At $1.24 to the GBP, the path just gets easier.

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