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post #271 of 2150
Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

StC indeed are very comfortable. And John Lobb lasts are the worst. I don't know who they make em for. Always either too big, too short, too low, high, etc

Have you ever considered that it might be YOUR feet that just don't fit? Maybe they make em for everyone else but you.
Anyway JL7000 fits me like a dream. Almost.
By the way, that museum leather is unparallelled!!!
post #272 of 2150
post #273 of 2150
Fit is personal. Either they fit acceptably or they don't. No RTW shoes should fit like gloves unless both of your feet have the same or very similar dimensions.
post #274 of 2150
That's the nice thing about StC: you can modify the fit of the standard last to your personal speifications. Even different fit for each of your feet.
post #275 of 2150
But I don't consider StC as RTW anyway. More MTO semi bespoke.
post #276 of 2150

Shoe cleaning day smile.gif
post #277 of 2150

Wow, nice! fing02[1].gif

post #278 of 2150
Very nice collection
post #279 of 2150
Thread Starter 
Those austerity boots are exceptional... congrats.
post #280 of 2150
Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

anyone here cross shop their St Crispins with Anthony Cleverley semi-bespoke? or own both? I have a pair of St C but I haven't had any experience with AC, although the Leather Soul guys reserve the highest praise for AC (they offer both so I assume no bias)

if so your insights would be appreciated

I think both are in equal foot, albeit in different style.
post #281 of 2150
I have both but prefer the St C to the Cleverley which is also very well made and has a nice bevelled waist, if you are interested in the Cleverley then go for the bespoke but there will be a price difference.
post #282 of 2150

I love my 315's
post #283 of 2150

Jerry the boots are amazing!

post #284 of 2150
Bump for sheer shoe glory.
post #285 of 2150

Came across Saint Crispin's shop in Germany, 1180 euro (1000 w/o VAT)

Didn't buy any, but now I know my size.




These were on sale (shop floor models), 30% off

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