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Frankly don't know. Hanover made shoes for Barrie boosters had them but not regular Hanovers so I guess it is possible that per specs of ordering company.


I believe you are right with rancourt. Thanks for the heads up on rancourt. I did some research, and apparently all of their lasts are combination lasts, the most common being B/D.

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I purchased this Isaia suit from STP a few months ago. I know that Isaia has different lines. These are photos of the label inside the suit. Can someone tell me what line this is from? Thanks.






Yes, mainline. Or shall I say, the "newest" label.

Isaia has different base's, which are essentially different models. S, A, I think there's an O or something like that. I can ask my guy at NM to clarify but I'm sure you can find out via google
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Could these be C&J?

Everything else I found with the same marking on the inner sole (Polo Ralph Lauren ext. 1967 Bench Made in England)  listed on the bay say they're by Crockett & Jones, but nothing with a crepe sole.

 

Crepe sole

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Could these be C&J?
Everything else I found with the same marking on the inner sole (Polo Ralph Lauren ext. 1967 Bench Made in England)  listed on the bay say they're by Crockett & Jones, but nothing with a crepe sole.





Crepe sole


look at the script
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No script, just this:

Underside of the tongue.

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Little help identifying this made in US BB Penny:

Thanks!

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Little help identifying this made in US BB Penny:


Thanks!

I'd say Alden, except for those aren't a combo last - same script though. Does Alden have non-combination last models?
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I'd say Alden, except for those aren't a combo last - same script though. Does Alden have non-combination last models?


All of Alden's are made on combination lasts.

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All of Alden's are made on combination lasts.

 

 

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I'd say Alden, except for those aren't a combo last - same script though. Does Alden have non-combination last models?

 

 

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Little help identifying this made in US BB Penny:

Thanks!

 

 

I had the same thing a few pages back.  It is Alden, per Wes.

 

 

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Yes. Alden for BB.

They don't typically show the combo last sizing on the shoes they make for BB. Not sure if it's still a combo last or not. I assume not.
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Interesting. I don't want to question Wes because he knows more than I will ever, and the script does look almost the same, but its hard to argue with Alden.

 

Edit: Just took a look at some Alden for BB and you are right. But I still wonder if they are on combination lasts or not. I'd have to assume so since Alden clearly states that all shoes are made on combination lasts.

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Yeah, he could be wrong about them not actually being on a combination last, but correct about them simply not putting the combo last sizing in the writing.

 

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Interesting. I don't want to question Wes because he knows more than I will ever, and the script does look almost the same, but its hard to argue with Alden.

 

Edit: Just took a look at some Alden for BB and you are right. But I still wonder if they are on combination lasts or not. I'd have to assume so since Alden clearly states that all shoes are made on combination lasts.

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It's Alden boys, stop overthinking. They don't usually put combo sizes in BB.
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Does anyone know who makes SC's for Wilkes? I'm looking at the label and I cannot figure out who the maker is.

Help would be greatly appreciated!


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^^
That's Saint Andrews. Nice find!!
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^^
That's Saint Andrews. Nice find!!

Thanks! I actually thought that but didn't want to assume something smile.gif
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