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post #301 of 2790

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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

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

post #302 of 2790


wish I had a spare $1600 lying around. I'm in love with the SC model 523 shoes.....they're a thing of beauty
post #303 of 2790
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Originally Posted by JoeGat View Post

2- 401 Balmoral boot in thick but very soft hide, nice heavy firm but supple scotch grain shaft, sensually soft and smooth inner lining, worked to perfection by the most expert hands. This is what "hand made" is supposed to mean.

 

     Note the particularly beautiful marbled shoe. Coffee and chocolate on a bed of golden butter and bronze. These are absolutely spectacular!

 

Fit? Well, they feel like all the angels in heaven were sent down to massage your feet all day.

 

 

700

 

 

 

700

 

 

I know they are affiliate SF vendors and I should not say anything bad about them here, but hey, I need to say it like it is, trust me, EG and G&G don't come anywhere even close to SC, not even by a very, very, long, long mile.

 

At this quality I would be happy to pay St Crispins double the price which the average boring old "yesterday's hero" EG charges for their very average quality with their ill fitting shoe trees, or the over rated GG shoes, but, at similar prices? it is just a no brainer? These SC's are mega bargains, I cannot think of better bang for my buck.

 

 

Also, buying SC is a much easier and smoother transaction than any of the annoying experiences I always have with the English MTO and RTW brands.

 

My only gripe is that SC used to supply boot trees and I am experiencing a little trouble finding boot trees for this pair of 401's

These are one sweet looking pair of boots.

post #304 of 2790
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post



Between this pair and the previous pair, this is going to be a difficult choice.

 

These are gorgeous as well.

post #305 of 2790
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Originally Posted by gaseousclay View Post



wish I had a spare $1600 lying around. I'm in love with the SC model 523 shoes.....they're a thing of beauty

love this style
post #306 of 2790
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

love this style

I have a pair of these lightly used in UK Size 10.5/US Size 11.5 that I am looking to unload if anybody has any interest. I have a pair of full brogues in the classic last and given my wide foot the classic last fits me a bit better then the chisled last which is what I have in this model.
post #307 of 2790
how does the chiseled last fits?
post #308 of 2790
The chisled last actually fits pretty well. The issue I have is that my foot is a bit wide and so my right pinkie toe is pushed up against the side and so it becomes a bit uncomfortable for me. If someone had a normal width foot the shoe would fit great. The left foot actually fits me well and the shoes are sleek as hell. If I would have gone MTO with Saint Crispin on this pair I would have asked them to widen the toe box slightly on the right foot and all would be well.

Here is a pic of how the shoes look from up top.

post #309 of 2790
damn man, im interested but im fairly certain theyll be 1/2 size too small. tts 12 here
post #310 of 2790
I would agree, for a US Size 12 these would be small especially given the chisled last. To bad.
post #311 of 2790
beautiful shoe, im sure they will sell here
post #312 of 2790
beautiful shoe, im sure they will sell here
post #313 of 2790
beautiful shoe, im sure they will sell here
post #314 of 2790
are you sure?
post #315 of 2790
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

are you sure?

you're not buying?
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