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post #61 of 1861
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
I've handled quite a few C&J seconds and with most - I can't even see the fault.
LOL, contrast with Alden firsts.
post #62 of 1861
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Originally Posted by HEPennypacker View Post
Mine was supposed to be delivered by 10:30 a.m., but is stuck in customs

My shoes arrived this morning. No customs charges! Packed nicely and exactly as advertised. Very happy!
post #63 of 1861
I've purchased from Julian in the past and have always been impressed by his exceptional service.
post #64 of 1861
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Originally Posted by corey.m View Post
I've purchased from Julian in the past and have always been impressed by his exceptional service.

+1

Purchased a few times and very impressed.
post #65 of 1861
Thread Starter 
Thank you very much for your great feedback - our business is all about supplying to our customers great shoes and boots, and shipping as quickly as possible.
post #66 of 1861
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Originally Posted by A Fine Pair Of Shoes View Post
Thank you very much for your great feedback - our business is all about supplying to our customers great shoes and boots, and shipping as quickly as possible.

when will you stock the stuff from the john lobb outlet?
post #67 of 1861
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post
By the way, someone should buy this

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/co...ones-monk-8-5e

No one knows the last though? Looks like handgrade to me!

Just got my C&J catalog, this looks like Savile on 337 last, can someone confirm?
post #68 of 1861
Just received a pair of Alfred Sargent Dallas shoes -- man, that was fast. And no customs charges. They are beautiful. I may go broke on your site.
post #69 of 1861
can you please stock other british brands like edward green, gaziano and girling and lobb? we dont have any reliable sellers on here with those brands. thanks
post #70 of 1861
Thread Starter 
Just had a great selection of Loake 1880 brogues in - here are some pictures:

Loake 1880 Hilton in Suede



Loake 1880 Litchfield in Dark Brown Calf



Loake 1880 Berkeley in Dark Brown Calf



Loake 1880 Chester in Tan Calf

post #71 of 1861
im in the UK, ordered some neutral saphir wax polish and received it next morning. v helpful responses too. great service.
(i wish you had some of the polish in light brown though!- any chance of a re-stock?)
post #72 of 1861
What size would you recommend in the AS Double Monks for a US 10? 9 or 9.5?
post #73 of 1861
Just received my AS Holborn. It is my first pair of AS but luckily they fit me perfectly.
post #74 of 1861
just ordered a pair of alfred sargent chathams... should be here tomorrow. I'm excited.
post #75 of 1861
Thread Starter 
Hi geoffmartin17, I would suggest a 9.5UK would be a good match for a 10US - we can always double check with any shoes the internal measurements for you - you can then check these with your own feet measurements. Typically, you should be aiming for 15mm longer than foot length for a comfortable fit. Happy to help.
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