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post #601 of 1214

Thank you!  I don't know if you have worn alden but would you say the 7wk is similar to barrie last?

post #602 of 1214
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Thank you!  I don't know if you have worn alden but would you say the 7wk is similar to barrie last?

sorry, never wore Alden.
post #603 of 1214
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I came across the Alfred Sargent boot on jcrew and it looks great. 

I know they had the balmoral for a while, but I don't recall seeing the other 3 before. Have they been up there a while?
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/JCrewingoodcompany/alfredsargent.jsp
post #604 of 1214

I think they went up very recently.  If anyone out there has worn both barrie and 7WK please let me know how similar they are.

post #605 of 1214
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Thanks. It still is very disturbing, as only THIS one shoe has these kind of marks and a deviating leather color. The other one looks perfectly good. 

Also my other pair doesn't have any of these issues.

It really doesn't look as a thing that usually occurs on high quality shoes.

It depends on the leather used but crust leather tends to do have this variation, which leads to a nice patina over time. For example, my John Lobbs have an even color because of the type of leather. However, my EG and G&G (and my Exclusive AS) are made with crust leather, which is used because they tend to develop a nice patina. If you want a more even finish, maybe the other leather (I think it's boxcalf but I don't know the actual name) is better for your preferences. There is a pretty good thread that's about leathers used in shoemaking I just don't have the link to it at the moment.
post #606 of 1214
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Thank you!  I don't know if you have worn alden but would you say the 7wk is similar to barrie last?

Have not work the 7wk since AS recommends that you take it half a size down from the UK size. Since I wear UK6 in most AS shoes and they typically do not carry 5.5 in the 7wk, I haven't owned a pair in the last.

Theoretically, your UK size would probably be 1 full size down your Alden Barrie (e.g., AS 7wk would be a 5.5 if Alden Barrie is 6.5).
post #607 of 1214
Alfred Sargent for Paul Stuart. Paul Stuart continues to impress with their great range of shoe offerings. My favorite place to shop for shoes.

Midnight blue calf and suede. On last 106





Great waist treatment


The flash really brings out the blue. They are much darker in natural light. The suede is dark blue not grey. Will try to add some pictures in natural light tomorrow.

Only available in the store; not offered on the web site.

I am very pleased with these. A great alternative to a black cap toe.
Edited by Harrydog - 8/9/13 at 4:10am
post #608 of 1214
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Alfred Sargent for Paul Stuart. Paul Stuart continues to impress with their great range of shoe offerings. My favorite place to shop for shoes.

Midnight blue calf and suede.

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Gotta get over to the store to have a look at these!
post #609 of 1214
Harry, they are very nice and unique!
post #610 of 1214
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Harry, they are very nice and unique!

Agree.

 

Great Choice, Congrats.

post #611 of 1214
Paul Stuart still have some AS on sale (only in store) if anyone cares
post #612 of 1214
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Those on the 99?
post #613 of 1214
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I think they went up very recently.  If anyone out there has worn both barrie and 7WK please let me know how similar they are.

7wk has lots of room. Think of it as a super wide Barrie last.

I would downsize another half size from your Barrie size.
post #614 of 1214
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I came across the Alfred Sargent boot on jcrew and it looks great.  I called them and asked what last it is on and they told me 7WK.  I also emailed them and they told me the 3050 last.  On the Alfred sargent website I looked at the profile picture of the 3050 last and it looks huge.  I have the Cambridge on the 87 last and it fits really well so I am worried that the 3050 last would be too loose.  Does anyone have any experience with this last?  Is it possible that the jcrew boot is on the 7WK?  I am starting to develop an appreciation for Alfred Sargent and would like to build up a collection because they are great quality for a reasonable price.  Any help would be great.

 

I have shoes on the 7wk and the 3050. The 7wk runs large and you would most likely want to drop half a size from your normal UK size. The 3050 is definitely shorter than the 7wk with a rounder toe, a little narrower, but feels to have more height across the vamp. I would suggest half a size up from the 7wk, which brings you back to normal sizing. I doubt the last shapes on the website are to scale. I am unable to compare them with the 87 last.

 

Looking at the top view on the J.Crew website the shape looks more like the 7wk to me. Given the differences in the two lasts I would get confirmation on this.

post #615 of 1214
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Paul Stuart still have some AS on sale (only in store) if anyone cares

Yes, they had some very nice single monks by AS with the same, very elegant waist.
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