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Originally Posted by RevisIsland View Post

I was told June 20 will be the start of the summer sale at the NY location.

 

And... I'm in NYC 6/12 - 6 /17 :fu:

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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

If helpful for anyone seeking sizing advice for a loafer on the 363 last (I bought a polo suede Cavendish), I had to size down 1/2 a size from what I would normally wear on the 337 or 348 last. Learned it the hard way when I went with my regular 10UK, but the 363 last (at least the loafer) was too long. Exchanged for a 9.5UK and it's a perfect fit with no heel slippage. First time I've ever had to size down before, even with a loafer.

For want it's worth I wear the same size Cavendish as my 348 and 337 lasted shoes. The Cavendish Is on the 325 last not the 363 correct?
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Anyone seen the Hartland Earth Green Suede Chukka (pic below) in the wild? I need a good comfortable walking boot for travels to wear with jeans or dress pants this fall and was looking at the Tetbury or Milton in chocolate brown suede cause the 348 last fits me well but curious which boot would be the most comfortable for lots of walking? Hartland is on the 359 last.

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Originally Posted by Allen Dreadmon View Post

Perhaps the buyer at Barney's ordered them to be made in UK D width, not knowing that E is standard?

The facings touch or come close to touching on a lot of C&J shoes (ie Marlows).  I'm convinced it's intentional and part of the styling because if you look at the product shots, they are all touching.

@rc121
/ @hbarradah
, if you look at inside bottom of the shoe, you should see the shoe size and width stamped.  5 = E width.

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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

4 is definitely narrower than 5, so we can concur 4 is considered UK D width
The Wycombe is indeed labeled 8.5 and 4 on the insole.I would have to estimate that, based on the fit, its at least a 9 US if not a 9.5 US
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This is getting confusing. If I order a size 10 from the Barney's website, is it a 9UK or 9.5UK?
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

This is getting confusing. If I order a size 10 from the Barney's website, is it a 9UK or 9.5UK?

I've given up figuring out Barney's sizing unless I can try them on. My Barney's Wicklows are US = UK +1 but my other experiences have been erratic. A US9.5D Tetbury from Barney's was both longer and more narrow than my other 3 pairs of 348 last shoes in UK9E. It was almost like it was a UK9.5D.
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Originally Posted by rc121 View Post


The Wycombe is indeed labeled 8.5 and 4 on the insole.I would have to estimate that, based on the fit, its at least a 9 US if not a 9.5 US

This is confusing.

You would think that the labeling in the insole would be consistent, and that the only change would occur on the packaging. So a shoe with an 8/4 on the insole in England would be the same size as a shoe with an 8/4 on the insole in the US, regardless of what the retailer chioses to market as the size.
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Originally Posted by jssdc View Post

This is confusing.

You would think that the labeling in the insole would be consistent, and that the only change would occur on the packaging. So a shoe with an 8/4 on the insole in England would be the same size as a shoe with an 8/4 on the insole in the US, regardless of what the retailer chioses to market as the size.
while it is confusing, it might actually be consistent in this case. Based on the fit, it very well could be a UK 8.5D which would correspond with the insole markings. The confusing part is that one would think a shoe from Barneys would be in US sizing.

Now the Cavendish on the other hand is labeled as a 9D and is definitely a half size down from the Wycombe. So I'm assuming they properly adjusted the sizing for that pair. Unfortunately, the insole liner is covering up where the markings should be to confirm this.

I think this is more of a Barneys issue with how they label the shoes inconsistently.
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Anyone have a lead on a good belt match for tan scotch grain? I know C&J have one that I'm sure is a good match but it's almost $300. I got a brown chromexcel scotch grain one from EPaulet but it's too dark.
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I am considering a pair of Crockett and Jones SWBs. I wear a 9E in Alden/AEs. My question relates to English shoes. Would I still be an E width or do I need to upsize to F?
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Originally Posted by shoelover View Post

I am considering a pair of Crockett and Jones SWBs. I wear a 9E in Alden/AEs. My question relates to English shoes. Would I still be an E width or do I need to upsize to F?
Which last?
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

Which last?

348
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

This is getting confusing. If I order a size 10 from the Barney's website, is it a 9UK or 9.5UK?

Even without all the confusion I would think you would figure in last to the equation also.
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New Pair of Boston's

 

 

 

 

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^Sweet style. I have a pair in Dark Brown Suede. Amazing value for the money .. Though I wouldn't be wearing a black loafer. Had the John Lobb Lopez in Black Calf once. It's a tricky to combine. Looks too formal for the casual outfit, yet without enough punch for the suit.

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