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post #7696 of 7741
Thanks so much to both of you.

The reason I'm hesitant about a UK8E in the Lindrick is because a US 9D Marlow was much too big, and in theory I would think those two would be roughly the same, no? The Marlows I've tried on have all been within the last year or two, new stock.
post #7697 of 7741
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Originally Posted by BackInTheJox View Post

Thanks so much to both of you.

The reason I'm hesitant about a UK8E in the Lindrick is because a US 9D Marlow was much too big, and in theory I would think those two would be roughly the same, no? The Marlows I've tried on have all been within the last year or two, new stock.

Considering also that boots tend to fit larger than shoes on the same size, probably you would be safer going with UK 7.5E
but you could always wear a thick wool socks even with the UK 8E
post #7698 of 7741
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Originally Posted by BackInTheJox View Post

Thanks so much to both of you.

The reason I'm hesitant about a UK8E in the Lindrick is because a US 9D Marlow was much too big, and in theory I would think those two would be roughly the same, no? The Marlows I've tried on have all been within the last year or two, new stock.

I would go the route of 1 size down from US/Brannock. If they are slightly big, thicker socks or a thin insole usually works for boots. I would rather larger than smaller size for footwear issues.
post #7699 of 7741
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Originally Posted by Akeem View Post

the more sun exposure, the lighter the shell gets. you can leave it in the sun, but most wouldnt recommend to do it for very long

Hmm, ok; interesting. Is this across the board with shell? Does anyone have experience with a proper routine do do this? I'm thinking maybe like an hour a day in indirect sun. Are there any special considerations that need be taken?
post #7700 of 7741
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Originally Posted by razl View Post

Hmm, ok; interesting. Is this across the board with shell? Does anyone have experience with a proper routine do do this? I'm thinking maybe like an hour a day in indirect sun. Are there any special considerations that need be taken?

Light shells get darker in the sun. Dark shell gets lighter in the sun.
post #7701 of 7741

Limited Opportunity to join current MTO for the iconic LINDRICK Boot.  

 

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photo credit: @NAMOR

 

This MTO is days away from going into production. There was a last minute pull out.  First come first serve.  

 

Here are the specs:

 

Crockett and Jones

325 Last

Dark Brown Shell Cordovan (color may be darker than photo above, as there are variations in C&J's / Horween's brown shell)

Double Leather Sole

Storm Welt

Dark Antique Sole Edging

All Eyelets

Price: 583.36 GBP + 30 GBP for US shipping.  The total including shipping comes to approximately $800 with the current favorable exchange rate.  This is a bargain for a boot that would sell for $1000+ if it was being sold here in the USA.

 

Please PM me if you want to join.

post #7702 of 7741
That's an excellent deal.
post #7703 of 7741
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post #7704 of 7741

Guys a friend of mine is not sure if these shoes are cordovan because on the shoebox there is no word of cordovan

 

 

Pictures of the shoes::

 

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

 

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

 

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

post #7705 of 7741
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Originally Posted by dijor View Post

Guys a friend of mine is not sure if these shoes are cordovan because on the shoebox there is no word of cordovan


Pictures of the shoes::

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01


LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01


LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

The C&J for RL shoes that are made in shell cordovan do not have any indications on the shoes or the box that they are in fact shell cordovan. Those to me look very much like shell, and I'm not sure RL ever offered those in brown calf.
post #7706 of 7741
They used to write "dark brown cordovan" on the box, on the recent pairs I've seen only "dark brown"

Anyway the pair pictured is cleary shell.
post #7707 of 7741
100% sure, that's Shell Cordovan!!!

No doubt!
post #7708 of 7741
Shell all the way..
post #7709 of 7741
These shoes are shell cordovan. If someone needs confirmation of this fact, they can contact RL to verify the product serial number (81597...) matches the shell cordovan product.

Btw- RL has not offered a smooth calf version of this shoe in dark brown from C&J in quite sometime...
post #7710 of 7741

Hello Crockett and Jones aficionados, I need help with identification and sizing advice. I have looked through the forum, but I figure its just best to ask. First off, are these Crockett and Jones? they are listed as Alfred Sargent, but it has been suggested that that is incorrect. Second, how do these fit? I'm a tts US 9.5D sometimes US 9.5E. As reference I'm a 9D in Alden barrie & trubalance lasted boots. Any advice would be very helpful!

 

Thanks!

 

 

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