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Nice.... can't go wrong with those!

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Milton Black from Bodiley's

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+1.  Wearer should know if the shoes are uncomfortable.  

im trying to figure out if they are mislabeled

US 8 on the inside. us 8.5 on box?
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im trying to figure out if they are mislabeled

US 8 on the inside. us 8.5 on box?

 

Seems possible.

 

Or - perhaps - not mislabelled, just wrong shoes in the box?

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Has anyone seen both the AS cherry color and the GG Cherry color?  How do they compare?  

I have both and G&G cherry is little bit lighter. If you interested I will be selling my brand new pair of Moores with or without lasted shoe trees.
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Wilson Black from Bodiley's

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Herring Holmes 2, made by Alfred Sargent. Arrived this morning

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^ Look fantastic

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Herring Holmes 2, made by Alfred Sargent. Arrived this morning

nice. where from?
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www.herringshoes.co.uk

very good service

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Didn't see those boots before! Very nice.
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x-post from our thread, some of our make-ups smile.gif
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and now for something a little different






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x-post from our thread, some of our make-ups smile.gif


Very nice slip-on makeups.
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Very nice slip-on makeups.

Thanks !

Here is a quick (and useful?) comparison of the four lasts we had shoes made on for fall:

from L to R : 104, 109, 106 and 724 :

post #689 of 1123
Are they all the same size, 104 looks quite big?
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I think there is a very slight scale difference so I wouldn't use this to compare lengths really but mostly the shape of the lasts & toes
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