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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

That's the difficulty sometimes with the collaborations. I wonder if it's from the buyer's perspective ("doesn't matter if it's narrower, just use the 'D' so buyers think it's normal witdh; an 'E' or 'F' would be confusing for them").

For the Hannovers, here they today, for my snowy day:
Alfred Sargent Hannover
From AFPoS

 

 

Brilliant trousers.

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My first pair of Alfred Sargents, and first pair of black shoes in a long time.  Wilson cap toe from No Man Walks Alone.  A special makeup without the broguing.  Soft chisel toe 104 last.  Nice entry into CBD oxford/balmoral style.  Quality is very good, solid, maybe a bit stiffer than Crockett and Jones, and true to my 10UK size.  C&J perhaps have a bit nicer leather, but we'll see after a few wears and brushing. 

 

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