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post #181 of 1085

hatch grain radwell looks so nice

post #182 of 1085
Is the Charlton from the exclusive or country collection? Afpos says country but the AS site said exclusive. I like the suede ones a lot
post #183 of 1085
I have the suede version on dainite. The picture went up the day mine shipped out, and they're my size, so I believe those pictured on the AFPOS site are my actual shoes.

The insole says Exclusive, but AS was reworking their lines when they barred AFPOS from shipping exclusives and I think they created the country distinction for anything on dainite or commando soles, along with grained leathers.

It's up to Exclusive standards. The suede is very rich, the stitching even, and the finishing very clean. The waist is very well worked for a shoe on dainite.
post #184 of 1085
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Originally Posted by scurvyfreedman View Post

The insole says Exclusive.
Mine too, and I have the "rustic derby" version.
post #185 of 1085
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Hooray!!

Any special orders planned? Am enjoying the shell Miller boot we worked out last year.

When is the restock on the Radwell Brown hatch grain in a 9.5 expected?

Thanks!

Two weeks time there should be more stock coming to us!
post #186 of 1085
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

Curious about the color of these shoes and boots. How close are these photos to real life? They look like they lean a tad orange here. Is that the case?

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/collections/sale-price-asc/products/alfred-sargent-dumfries

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/collections/sale-price-asc/products/alfred-sargent-appleby




Pretty spot on actually - they are made using the same leather Trickers call C shade. The leather is actually treated with a waterproof layer to help these country classic to withstand the rigours of hunting, shooting and fishing and anything else you feel like doing in them.

Stunning quality for this price - these are the last of these and will not be repeated as we have the last of this stock!!!!!!!!!!!
post #187 of 1085

I have a pair of the Sid Mashburn double monks, which I've been led to believe are just a rebranded Alfred Sargent Ramsey, in a size 12 US that fit perfectly.

Well, I'm looking to expand into other AS shoes directly, and I was just curious, what size is that in UK sizing? A full 1 down to 11UK or just a half to 11.5UK?

Thanks so much.

post #188 of 1085
Typically the sizing between US and UK is between 1/2 and 1 size down - if you like, you can send your foot size and to us we will advise further for you.
post #189 of 1085
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Originally Posted by twinpeaks View Post

Is there any place in England - retail shops / factory shop - where it is possible to actually handle the AS higher grade shoes ( I am afraid I am not up to date with the differences/ nomenclature associated with Exclusive vs Handgrade etc) and try them on?

 

Many Thanks
 

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post #190 of 1085
I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on a pair of Charltons on the 99 last. From reading this thread it seems that I should size down 1/2 from my US size. My TTS is US-9D (Alden Plaza 9D, Alden Barrie 8.5D, Carmina UK8, etc), is it a good bet to go with UK-8.5F on the Charlton?
post #191 of 1085
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I believe the HG are typically MTO; however, some retailers would probably have samples of them but not carry a typical selection.
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I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on a pair of Charltons on the 99 last. From reading this thread it seems that I should size down 1/2 from my US size. My TTS is US-9D (Alden Plaza 9D, Alden Barrie 8.5D, Carmina UK8, etc), is it a good bet to go with UK-8.5F on the Charlton?

My 99 are the same as my Alden Barrie (.5 down US).
post #192 of 1085
Any updates on the delivery of the Milton and Blake MTOs? It seems that you folks avoiding the subject.
Thanks,
post #193 of 1085
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Originally Posted by Afinepairofshoes View Post

Typically the sizing between US and UK is between 1/2 and 1 size down - if you like, you can send your foot size and to us we will advise further for you.

Well, I'm a narrow 12US on Alden Barrie last, an 10.5UK in Carmina's Inca last, and 12 US in Sargent 99 last.
post #194 of 1085
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on a pair of Charltons on the 99 last. From reading this thread it seems that I should size down 1/2 from my US size. My TTS is US-9D (Alden Plaza 9D, Alden Barrie 8.5D, Carmina UK8, etc), is it a good bet to go with UK-8.5F on the Charlton?

My 99 are the same as my Alden Barrie (.5 down US).

Thanks for this information!
post #195 of 1085
For those who may be interested, a review of Alfred Sargent's Moore, the adelaide brogue in chestnut:

http://uptowndandy.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-chestnut-adelaide-brogue-alfred.html?m=1
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