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post #16 of 18
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Seriously, these are the shoes I took off my feet today. Who are you calling monstrous? Oh, you mean the shoes. Or the size? Anyway, there is quite a bit of "brogueing" (an invented word?) on this particular shoe.
I meant the size. I think the shoes are quite decent looking and I think I've heard other people use the word brogueing.
post #17 of 18
TR, Just kidding. With all the detail on this shoe, a black size 12 might indeed seem overbearing (or similar adjective). I also have the very similar handgrade "Berkeley" (discontinued), where the broguing seems somewhat less obtrusive. I appreciate the effort to make the scans. Only one captoe "F" fitting still and none in a loafer for handgrade. However, if you wear Grenson Masterpiece and A Harris recommends it, it may be time to move on from C&J.
post #18 of 18
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I appreciate the effort to make the scans. Only one captoe "F" fitting still and none in a loafer for handgrade. However, if you wear Grenson Masterpiece and A Harris recommends it, it may be time to move on from C&J.
I'm in the same boat. I don't own any C&Js but I do have a Grenson Masterpiece.
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