Charles Tyrwhitt Shoe Sale

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by norcaltransplant, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. new obsession

    new obsession Senior member

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    TOO...... MANY...... SHOES.....

    Where is the STP shoe tree special now that I am going to need it again?
     
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    TOO...... MANY...... SHOES.....

    Where is the STP shoe tree special now that I am going to need it again?

    Grapevinehill has Woodlore combo shoe trees for $15 and ultra shoe trees for $20.
     
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    I picked up four pair (I've been neglecting my feet for some time) "”in two orders of course.

    What I am wondering is what will happen if I need to return one a pair. I know they have a no fee return service, but I am wondering how they will work out how much to credit. But, if all works out, there will be no need to worry about that.
     
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    I can't believe this. I don't read SF for one day and I miss something like this!

    I really like CT shoes. They fit my wide feet very well. I have 3 pairs of their shoes already at 50% off, which is a good deal. To get them for 85 bucks is amazing. Congrats to all. Notice that the brown wholecut was the first to completely sell out. Nice shoe!
     
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    Grapevinehill has Woodlore combo shoe trees for $15 and ultra shoe trees for $20.

    Thanks. Odd sizing - in the ultra- Medium 8 Wide to 11 Narrow, Large 9.5 Wide to 12.5 Narrow. So I guess 9.5 US is a medium?
     
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    I can't believe this. I don't read SF for one day and I miss something like this!

    I really like CT shoes. They fit my wide feet very well. I have 3 pairs of their shoes already at 50% off, which is a good deal. To get them for 85 bucks is amazing. Congrats to all. Notice that the brown wholecut was the first to completely sell out. Nice shoe!


    Holy crap, I can't believe there are things completely selling out. I'm not sure how many other people from other websites are taking advantage of the link norcal posted but, seems like SF has the power to make seller's sell out when they offer a good enough deal. For some reason, I think that's pretty cool.
     
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    Holy crap, I can't believe there are things completely selling out. I'm not sure how many other people from other websites are taking advantage of the link norcal posted but, seems like SF has the power to make seller's sell out when they offer a good enough deal. For some reason, I think that's pretty cool.

    I was similarly impressed until I realized that the Brown wholecuts were gone.[​IMG]
     
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    Bit the bullet again to pick-up a birdseye navy suit with matching trousers for $185.

    Don't really need it but it's too good a deal to pass-up.

    Thank God tomorrow is pay day!

    Cheers,

    LBW
     
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    Grapevinehill has Woodlore combo shoe trees for $15 and ultra shoe trees for $20.

    i have two of the boot trees. i was fairly happy with them.

    one thing - for those of you that get the ones with the brass plates on them, they are indeed labeled with the grapevinehill name.
     
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    Just pulled the trigger on 4 CT fitted shirts for $126. That comes to about $30 per shirt. Not bad at all.
     
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    Just pulled the trigger on 4 CT fitted shirts for $126. That comes to about $30 per shirt. Not bad at all.

    Looks like the karma wheel came around for you to make up for all of those Jantzen shirts you keep ordering and never arrive.
     
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    Looks like the karma wheel came around for you to make up for all of those Jantzen shirts you keep ordering and never arrive.


    Haha, quite so [​IMG]
     
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    How wide does the G fitting run?

    I wear a 10E in AE or a 10.5D.

    I plan to order 9 "G" in CT boots unless this is more like an EE width, in which case I'll go with the 9.5 "standard."
     

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