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Hey everyone, I've searched around trying to find an answer and from what I have gathered Peal & Co shoes are made either by sargent or crockett and jones and the best way to find out is by looking at the heal?

I'm I correct in assuming these are made by crockett and jones?
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=523&Product_Id=728929&Parent_Id=522&default_color=DARK-BROWN&sort_by=&sectioncolor=Brown&sectionsize=#null

Saw a pair at the outlet, with no obvious damage for about 230, was thinking of getting them, good deal?
post #2 of 9
good deal. and if they are a 9, i know someone who wants the pair, so if you don't get it, pm me.
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Originally Posted by nmprisons View Post

good deal. and if they are a 9, i know someone who wants the pair, so if you don't get it, pm me.

Probably going to get them for myself as they are my size. But am I right in assuming they are crockett and jones made?
post #4 of 9
I have a pair of those in black. Based on my research when I bought them, they are made by C&J on the 240 last. I read that you can tell whether Peal shoes are C&J made or AS made by looking at the "Peal & Co" font on the insole. AS ones have an elongated font while the C&J ones have a more "squarish" (similar height & width for the letters) font. I don't know how true this is, but it seems plausible.
post #5 of 9
Or just look at the nail pattern on the heel, 2 = AS, 1 = C&J.
post #6 of 9
Isn't the easiest way to look at the last number inside the shoe? A C&J last number would indicate a C&J shoe, no?
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Or just look at the nail pattern on the heel, 2 = AS, 1 = C&J.

That's what I figured, and by that standard they appear to be C&J
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

I have a pair of those in black. Based on my research when I bought them, they are made by C&J on the 240 last. I read that you can tell whether Peal shoes are C&J made or AS made by looking at the "Peal & Co" font on the insole. AS ones have an elongated font while the C&J ones have a more "squarish" (similar height & width for the letters) font. I don't know how true this is, but it seems plausible.

How do you like these? Have they worn nicely?
post #8 of 9
I would caution you to check the shoe for the last number and nail pattern etc. to make sue these are either AS or C&J. This shoe in the mail line BB stores has been made by C&J. But I have seen many shoes at the BB 346 outlet stores with more or less the same designs as the AS and C&J shoes carried by BB main line stores. The outlet shoes were priced at the lower $200 price point and were made in China. shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

I have a pair of those in black. Based on my research when I bought them, they are made by C&J on the 240 last. I read that you can tell whether Peal shoes are C&J made or AS made by looking at the "Peal & Co" font on the insole. AS ones have an elongated font while the C&J ones have a more "squarish" (similar height & width for the letters) font. I don't know how true this is, but it seems plausible.

How do you like these? Have they worn nicely?

I do like them, but I've only worn them two or three times so far since I got them to be my one pair of formal black shoes. They fit me true to size and are very well made.
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