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post #751 of 947
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A pair of Alfred & Sargent Hunt in Mahogany bought from Foster & Son and their clearance. 250 pounds for these were a bargain. Really nice shoes, and the Foster & Son people were a pleasure to deal with. Here's some pics of the shoes, both in outdoor and indoor light:

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Really glad you like them.

 

Foster & Son

post #752 of 947
Thank you. smile.gif
The other boots that I have are the Alfred Sargent Lombards in dark marron and black. These are on the generous fitting 7WK last. I had to drop 1/2 size from my normal shoe size of UK 8. However on the 87 last I have the Hannover and Holburn. These are on my normal shoe size UK 8. Comparing these two lasts the there is slightly less room in the toe box and heel areas on the 87 last allowing for a more snug fit (but not tight). Hence the sleeker look on the 87 last compared to 7WK.
Hope this helps but you should be ok with your normal shoe size unless you have pretty wide feet. I wore the Cambridge for the first time yesterday and think it's a great boot! The leather is very soft indeed.
post #753 of 947

Exactly the answer I wanted. Thank you!

post #754 of 947
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Originally Posted by Afinepairofshoes View Post

It has a contrasting strap and all hand polished - probably a couple of weeks for full details as soon as they arrive with us, we will post here.

I would be very interested in a Jodhpur but I'm afraid I would need a wide fitting. Perhaps if you do a second run..
post #755 of 947
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Originally Posted by Itsuo View Post

I would be very interested in a Jodhpur but I'm afraid I would need a wide fitting. Perhaps if you do a second run..

Would you want a 61/2 or 7 in a G fitting on the 48 last? When we re-order we may well be able to include this in.
post #756 of 947
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Originally Posted by Itsuo View Post

I would be very interested in a Jodhpur but I'm afraid I would need a wide fitting. Perhaps if you do a second run..

Would you want a 61/2 or 7 in a G fitting on the 48 last? When we re-order we may well be able to include this in.
post #757 of 947

I could be very interested depending on how they come out and timing etc.  I'll send  PM! 

post #758 of 947
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Originally Posted by Mr Cucumber View Post

Wonderful shoes!
How do you feel about the sizing? I have been considering a Cambridge for ages but I have always found some other boot. Now I am thinking of getting myself an early christmas present but I am unsure of the sizing. Can you compare them to something else you own?
Last 87 is a fairly roomy last. I wear UK7.5F in this compared to size 8 in AS dress shoe lasts. Also 8 in C&J 337, Carmina Rain and Oscar to mention some other makers.
post #759 of 947
Alfred Sargent Charlton in action



post #760 of 947
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Originally Posted by wurger View Post

Alfred Sargent Charlton in action




Very nice. A man cannot live by black cap toes alone.
post #761 of 947
haha, I am just finding other shoes to buy. shog[1].gif
post #762 of 947
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Alfred Sargent Charlton in action




Glad you like them and the colour will continue to get richer with use.
post #763 of 947
Cheers Julian, thank you for the advice on sizing of insoles and great service and products. smile.gif
post #764 of 947
Cooper Brown by AFPOS



post #765 of 947
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Cooper Brown by AFPOS




They look superb with jeans!!
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