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Cobbler Union - Bespoke-Inspired, Small-Batch, Luxury Men's Shoes - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Cobbler Union, Nov 18, 2017.

  1. infinidox

    infinidox Senior Member

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    Apologies if I’m just missing it somewhere, but what are the details on the PCM last? Looks like there’s a couple options in that last, but I don’t see information about it on the last page.
     

  2. Luis G

    Luis G Active Member

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    Got a pair of Jean Pierre IV worn them once and now I am in the process of stretching them since they are far too tight on my feet. I wear 6.5 UK in the Rain Carmina last and I got these hoping to try out CU's sizing but it seems even their Chelsea last is no good for my feet.

    Any idea when you guys will have wide lasts?
     

  3. Staxxx1

    Staxxx1 Senior Member

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    All the UR models are on wider lasts.
     

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    I got a pair of William IIs. Although the break in process was a bit tough for the first 3-4 wears, the shoes are really comfortable now in my 5-6th wear. The most pleasant surprise is the number of compliments I’ve gotten. They really are gorgeous shoes and a great value.
     

  5. Cobbler Union

    Cobbler Union Senior Member Affiliate Vendor

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    The main difference is the PCM last runs longer than the SOHO. We have found the customers size down a half size to compensate for the length. Since developing the SOHO last, which runs true to size, we have discontinued to the PCM last to have more consistency with sizing and fit across our models. The PCM and SOHO have similar features in the shape of the toe, however the main difference with the PCM comes down to the length of the upper as the SOHO is rounds out a bit shorter.

    Currently, all our boots are fitted on either SOHO, 312 or LOUVRE last, so we are discounting PCM. That is the reason of lack of information.

    We hope this helps!

    Thanks,
    Daniel
     

  6. Cobbler Union

    Cobbler Union Senior Member Affiliate Vendor

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    The wider last name the uR models are constructed on is “312”.

    The Global site allows to filter by Last.

    Thanks!
     

  7. Luis G

    Luis G Active Member

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    Looking for a dressier shoe not a weird dress work shoe. I will just have to avoid CU until wider widths are available which is a shame there 3 pairs I want to buy.
     

  8. Staxxx1

    Staxxx1 Senior Member

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    I agree. I would love to see the dress shoes in the wider 312 last too.
     

  9. soodesune

    soodesune New Member

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    Got myself a pair of Noah Vs and wore them 8 hours every day this week. Three quick observations about CU:

    - Amazing quality. Better than my Aldens.
    - They fit well and were comfortable.
    - The customer service is top-notch. If you have any questions at all, just email them. Super knowledgeable and friendly. Maybe the best customer service I've received in my entire life :)
     

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    Staxxx1 Senior Member

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    Big +1 for this especially ! :)
     

  11. GFox

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    I really love to wear these chukka boots.
    Next step from CU for me, the spectator shoes !

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  12. soodesune

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    Just wanted to write an update. After a few months of wearing my Cobbler Union NoahVs at least a few times a week they still look brand new. I’m actually shocked at how little wear there is on the sole.

    ❤️ These shoes.
     

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  14. Cobbler Union

    Cobbler Union Senior Member Affiliate Vendor

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    INTRODUCING MIQUEL VI

    Exclusive early access ends Sunday, January 27th at midnight EST
    Receive free shoe trees by using code "MOKKA" at checkout
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    The newest wholecut is truly astonishing.

    Miquel VI is crafted with a luxe water-resistant,
    dark "mokka" suede from Sciarada in Italy.

    Mounted on our elegant Louvre last,
    Miquel VI is the perfect addition for your shoe collection.

    With such a sleek silhouette,
    this minimal wholecut exudes luxury by creating a unique style to any ensemble making its versatility endless. We recommend pairing Miquel VI with various tones of greys, blues, burgundys, and even greens.

    For a more formal look, wear with a tailored flannel suit.
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    We will be more than happy to answer to you and share with SF community.

    Thanks,
    The Cobbler Union Team

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  15. leftysmasher

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    Hi all,

    Been a long time admirer of CU shoes and never thought it would come down to this. Unfortunately I have been told to use an orthotic insert due to a high arch and instep which means I need to sell all my shoes that don’t have a removable insole.

    First off is the George boot in size UK 8.5. Fits well if you are a US 9.5. As you can see in the pictures these have been barely worn and are in excellent condition. They have always had dust bags and shoe trees in them. I don’t have the original CU shoe box but rest assured will pack them well. Thought I would start listing them here and then on EBay etc.

    Price $325 shipped in CONUS without shoe trees but with CU dust bags. Also I am not desperate to sell them as I can wear them occasionally just not through the day so please don’t low ball. Thanks

    Ping if you have any questions.

    Cheers.

    Will be posting my Renoir chukkas as and my cognac double monks as well regretfully.

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