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post #226 of 8482
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Originally Posted by pebblegrain View Post
wow those are horrible

btw, you guys realize CJ has done Paul Smith before?

Yeah I think I saw a pair of paul smith boots by C&J in the b&s section a few years ago.
post #227 of 8482
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
For most contracts C&J usually finish the shoes to between bench grade and hand grade standard in my experience.

Not sure if this has been mentioned but I have some nice Kilgour shoes by CJ and they are definitely handgrade, not somewhere in between.
Example is these which are exactly the handgrade model Stanley in black suede - you can see all the handgrade features
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post #228 of 8482
Also these - same in brown calf
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post #229 of 8482
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post
and my Northcotes have arrived

P1090189 by sinnedk, on Flickr

P1090190 by sinnedk, on Flickr

P1090191 by sinnedk, on Flickr

P1090192 by sinnedk, on Flickr

I want to get a pair of combat boots. If you wear these hard and beat them up will they look like combat boots? Or should I buy a real pair of combat boots?
post #230 of 8482
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Originally Posted by iroh View Post
I want to get a pair of combat boots. If you wear these hard and beat them up will they look like combat boots? Or should I buy a real pair of combat boots?
waste of money imo to beat up some C&J, get a pair of doc air martins or wolverine to beat a boot up *edit leather is too soft on these to work like combat boots!
post #231 of 8482
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Originally Posted by labravajazz View Post
Not sure if this has been mentioned but I have some nice Kilgour shoes by CJ and they are definitely handgrade, not somewhere in between.
Example is these which are exactly the handgrade model Stanley in black suede - you can see all the handgrade features

What are the features of CJ handgrade shoes, in general?
post #232 of 8482
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Originally Posted by iroh View Post
What are the features of CJ handgrade shoes, in general?

- leather insoles are one full piece from heel to toe, not half piece.
- channeled sole
- more refined leather
post #233 of 8482
Hello, I am an 8.5 in Hallams (348 last) , now looking to get some of the beautiful suede albany (337)- anyone know how the lasts compare? I should be ok with the same size, right?
thanks for your help.
post #234 of 8482
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post
Hello, I am an 8.5 in Hallams (348 last) , now looking to get some of the beautiful suede albany (337)- anyone know how the lasts compare? I should be ok with the same size, right?
thanks for your help.

I love C&Js too. How do you like the Hallams? What color?
post #235 of 8482
Interesting variation on the Lowndes..with the addition of a punched toe seam.

This shoe is also on the 348 last.



Regards,

Graham
post #236 of 8482
C&J Hayling on 366 last -- (clickable) pics from AFPOS

post #237 of 8482
Love the Hayling. I've got it in suede. The calf looks great, too.
post #238 of 8482
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post
Love the Hayling. I've got it in suede. The calf looks great, too.

I remember your pair. They looked terrific.

How is the sizing, K?
post #239 of 8482
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Originally Posted by Salsalocust View Post
Interesting variation on the Lowndes..with the addition of a punched toe seam.

This shoe is also on the 348 last.



Regards,

Graham

Graham = a one off or MTO or what?

Cheers

M
post #240 of 8482
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
C&J Hayling on 366 last -- (clickable) pics from AFPOS


Wow, those are really nice.

Where would someone from the USA be able to buy those?

myke
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