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Crockett & Jones MTO Central

Discussion in 'Preorders, Group Made-to-order, trunk shows, and o' started by hoit1981, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. ScarsdaleVibe

    ScarsdaleVibe Well-Known Member

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    I have the C&J Bradfords and Cheviots - made on very different lasts. Both fit perfectly one full size down from my US brannock. So probably a 8.5EUK if you're a 9D on Barrie.
     
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  2. djbanor

    djbanor Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, then it might just work! Lucky man [​IMG]

    Normally jeans and chinos, though on a snowy or wet day I could even wear these with dress pants.

    You should try to get sized, if possible. 8.5E UK sounds reasonable, though.
     
  3. zippyh

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    I hate it when people say "first world problems" but damn, that really is the definition of a first world problem. (Note, I've felt the same way.)
     
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  4. wooksb

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    Lindricks from the last run
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  5. BackInTheJox

    BackInTheJox Well-Known Member

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    Here I am anxiously awaiting the Lindrick GMTO (which won't arrive until around Christmas or later) and I'm already thinking to myself "well, at least if they feel too narrow, I can always try to sell them and turn that money around to buy a pair of dark brown shell Skyes."

    Edit: literally 30 seconds before I made my post, the above beautiful photos were posted!
     
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  6. BackInTheJox

    BackInTheJox Well-Known Member

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    Gorgeous! What size are they?
     
  7. wooksb

    wooksb Well-Known Member

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    Thank you. They're 7UK
     
  8. chipshot

    chipshot Well-Known Member

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    Cheviots in Whiskey.. nothing special, double leather soles. Easy for C&J who seems to get a good supply of Whiskey
     
  9. Watchman1

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    Dude, I totally did not mean to sound snooty or snobbish. All I was trying to communicate was the fact that I have too many shoes/boots in the same color spectrum thats all.

    The Warlow's are very different from anything else I own at this time.

    And I am NOT a baller by any stretch. Honestly, I am in Grad School right now. My vocation is a very humble one.

    Nevertheless, collecting shell cordovan shoes and boots is my hobby and pastime.

    Thanks.
     
  10. ScarsdaleVibe

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    I think the best way to settle this is a shell duel. First one to take off his shell boot and strike the other person from a 10 pace distance wins. No make-ups with hooks though - that would be like sliding into second with spikes up.

    I have a pair of these because I got tired waiting for a phone call from an Alden store. Definitely a solid decision.
     
  11. zippyh

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    Sorry, did not mean to imply you sounded snobbish at all. It just struck me as amusing as to having too many whiskey shell shoes.
     
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  12. Watchman1

    Watchman1 Well-Known Member

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    Its all good my friend. I think I have a certain sense of indwelling guilt for having so many whiskey shell kicks....or maybe not.....[​IMG]

    Funny we should be speaking of this at the moment....your never gonna believe what the nice UPS man just left at my door....

    Delivered On:
    Monday, 08/29/2016 at 9:36 A.M.

    Pics to come....
     
  13. Watchman1

    Watchman1 Well-Known Member

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    Gentlemen,

    All Hail the Warlow:

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    C&J did a fantastic job on these. The welt stitch is much more appealing than I thought it would be.

    Special thanks to all who participated.

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  14. razl

    razl Well-Known Member

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    That's beautiful, but the contrast stitching isn't for me. It'll darken over time but if it was me I'd be in there with some light brown cream already. Regardless, congrats!!!
     
  15. SteveL91

    SteveL91 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for organizing it, Watchman!
     
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  16. BackInTheJox

    BackInTheJox Well-Known Member

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    Amazing!
     
  17. bespoken pa

    bespoken pa Well-Known Member

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    Man cannot wait to get home.
     
  18. tocohillsguy

    tocohillsguy Well-Known Member

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    I also received my Warlows today. I can now definitively confirm that 10E UK is equivalent to the Marlow RL 10.5D US. The shoes look great. Not complaining, but I noticed the interior numbering is printed instead of handwritten as appear in the Marlow. I thought the handwritten numbering signified a hand grade class shoe?

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  19. tocohillsguy

    tocohillsguy Well-Known Member

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    I also received my Warlows today. I can now definitively confirm that 10E UK is equivalent to the Marlow RL 10.5D US. The shoes look great. Not complaining, but I noticed the interior numbering is printed instead of handwritten as appear in the Marlow. I thought the handwritten numbering signified a hand grade class shoe?

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  20. kczsilence

    kczsilence Well-Known Member

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    Mine got delivered as well along with the Dundee.

    Lauren marked them at GBP 60 each so combining shipping makes complete sense.

    First cordovan anything for me. Warlow looks amazing. Dundee as well though there's a couple of scratches which I'm trying to ignore.

    Dundee and Warlow both at size 8E UK but the Dundee feels a bit big for some reason. A bit confused on that but I think it gives me the option to either wear thicker socks or it'll be better after it molds since I have a bit of slippage. Warlow appears to be perfect though so I can assume the incoming Harlech will be as well.

    Thanks to our organizers! Now to find excuses to wear them in the near 90 degree weather. Pics when I'm able to play with them for more than 10 minutes.

    Question, are the Marlows called Pembroke by C&J? This may have been asked before but I can't recall. I know Polo RL names a number of their shoes Marlow though.
     
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