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^^ -- @Cleav
 are they the Hartland's in mushroom?

CQ, they are Bayswater Taupe (!) Suede on a 200 last

Okay, I agree mushroom they are rotflmao.gif
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I have the hartland in mushroom...nice boot. very casual.

 

 

as for those snowdon's for ross turner - i am buying them ASAP, don't care if it has to be an MTO! sooooooooooo SWWWWWEEEEEETTTT!!!

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What's ross turner?
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C&J MTO Ernest Shackleton Replica Boots for Ross Turner http://www.theturnertwins.co.uk/

 

@CTBrummie looks like C&J can do full bellow tongues...

 

 

Looks like they managed to 'develop' one at the same time as shearling lining, which was a flat refusal from Jonathan Jones himself when I mooted the idea...and they also managed to line this Snowdon, too...

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I want that Snowdon. Let's do it.
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I want that Snowdon. Let's do it.

 

It is very nice, isn't it?

 

Popped into the local C&J shop on Monday afternoon as I was passing by. Not often I wear a suit, so almost feels like I'm channeling John Inman in this pic:

 

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New Conistons!

 

I really don't want to sound dramatic but the 325 'BOOT' last is probably the most

comfortable ever on any shoe that I've owned.

 

My only complain is that this boot is not a Tan but more close to a mid brown,

I took some Saphir mink oil and wiped off the excess polish and applied a "cognac" creme.

 

Does anyone here use Saphir Cognac for this boot, I am leaning towards using a Mahogany.

 

 

 

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New Conistons!

 

I really don't want to sound dramatic but the 325 'BOOT' last is probably the most

comfortable ever on any shoe that I've owned.

 

My only complain is that this boot is not a Tan but more close to a mid brown,

I took some Saphir mink oil and wiped off the excess polish and applied a "cognac" creme.

 

Does anyone here use Saphir Cognac for this boot, I am leaning towards using a Mahogany.

 

 

Congratulations on a beautiful pair of boots. I have a pair of Conistons as well and as soon as I put them on, I felt like going for a long walk with them - they were that comfortable. I've actually done 8km walks wearing the boots and they've been comfortable all the way. I usually use the brown or dark brown polish for the boots but the beauty of it is that you're free to experiment and see what works best - you can always strip away the polish and start again.

 

Just remember that the layers we apply are so thin that you wouldn't see a significant difference in the colour of the boots even with a couple of layers of black polish.

 

Congrats again! Thanks to you, I think I'll wear mine today!

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It is very nice, isn't it?

 

Popped into the local C&J shop on Monday afternoon as I was passing by. Not often I wear a suit, so almost feels like I'm channeling John Inman in this pic:

 

 

Well, are you free? :)

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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

It is very nice, isn't it?

Popped into the local C&J shop on Monday afternoon as I was passing by. Not often I wear a suit, so almost feels like I'm channeling John Inman in this pic:



Very cool that nod[1].gif

They'll be giving you a job soon mate!
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Very cool that nod[1].gif

They'll be giving you a job soon mate!

 

Cheers, pal!

 

That suit has a lovely ginger pinstripe on a dark grey wool/cashmere background - my tailor made it for someone else who never collected it so I picked it up for a steal! Looks fantastic with my old Church's 'Buck' suede brogues...wearing the C&J 'Hastings' made for Purdey in that pic...

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Well, are you free? :)

 

I was about to make an inappropriate joke about Mrs Slocombe's cat, but thought better of it... :D

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Cheers, pal!

That suit has a lovely ginger pinstripe on a dark grey wool/cashmere background - my tailor made it for someone else who never collected it so I picked it up for a steal! Looks fantastic with my old Church's 'Buck' suede brogues...wearing the C&J 'Hastings' made for Purdey in that pic...

I was about to make an inappropriate joke about Mrs Slocombe's cat, but thought better of it... biggrin.gif



Ha ha aww go on rotflmao.gif

don't look! (Click to show)
Yer pussy!
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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

It is very nice, isn't it?

Popped into the local C&J shop on Monday afternoon as I was passing by. Not often I wear a suit, so almost feels like I'm channeling John Inman in this pic:



Looking good CT, suit and shoes! thanks for sharing
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