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looking good Puffy icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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^ the light is shining there GM, awesome icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Thanks Cleav:cheers:
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Originally Posted by andermt View Post

It's always worth dropping in to the C&J factory shop when passing as it is only open for such a short time. I hadn't planned to go today but was close by and dropped in.

Found a pair of Dark Brown Scotch Grain Islay boots in my size, so a purchase was necessary.

Was told they very rarely get the Islay in the Factory shop and were surprised when they found them in the Stock this morning. Apparently they don't last long when they do appear (1hr after opening was todays result).



If only I lived closer. They are exactly what I am after. I have already returned an 11 and now have to sell a lightly used 10.5 due to incorrect sizing. I tried on a 10 in Rogersons and although their last felt a little different, they seemed a better size for me.
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Originally Posted by Giannis View Post

so you went with half a size smaller. Interesting as C&J suggested me to take a uk 10.5, as I told them I only have one british pair which is uk 10G. 

I definitely would not size up. Most take a half size down in this last and I think I may be the exception who needs a whole size smaller
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Toe plates: who in London UK can fit these?

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Toe plates: who in London UK can fit these?


 


You were better off posting this question in the "ask a question, get an answer" thread rather than spamming it in every shoemaker appreciation thread...
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Originally Posted by puffy View Post
 

Toe plates: who in London UK can fit these?

 


You were better off posting this question in the "ask a question, get an answer" thread rather than spamming it in every shoemaker appreciation thread...

I am confident some kind soul will provide me with the answer.

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I have had these done at Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair in Fitzrovia, but you could just phone the C&J shop on Jermyn St and ask them who they use.

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Finally, if this might be of the interest of some of you, they have answered me from CJ directly. The have told me that their main line classic shoe trees are made specificly and exactly for their 325 last (which is the last of the pembroke/ grasmere and other shoes).
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Hello all,

 

Any thoughts on the Teign? I believe it is the 341 last and unlined. I really like the idea of adding an unlined loafer for the summer. Any advice or experience would be appreciated. How do they hold up? Are they leather or crepe soles? 

 

TIA,

 

DL-

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PSA: Barneys sale just went live with a handful of C&Js included. I would have gotten the Highbury if they had my size. Sedgemoor buck looks pretty good if you're in the market for one.
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I bet you can only dream of size UK9E/ US10D on those sales .. Perhaps some models no one wants anyway ..

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