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Crockett and Jones Handgrade Curzon, UK7D, back quarter brogue cap toes

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jdvs, Apr 5, 2012.

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  1. jdvs

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    *Edit* Oh dear, just saw that my title says "Back" rather than "black" and I can't edit the title.

    I'm selling a pair of C&J Curzon shoes. These are branded "Lloyd footwear, england" on the sole and box, but are unmistakably C&J Handgrade in the sole and the writing inside of the shoe. The only difference between other C&J handgrades I have is that the footbed has a tiny bit more give to it in the heel. The soles and box are stamped "subs" and there's a tiny crack in the leather on one shoe (pictured) but these are in great almost-new shape. I bought them new on ebay and wore them once, to an interview, but they're too small for my feet and I haven't put them on since. Unfortunately, the day I wore them it was damp outside, so the soles show a bit more wear than they ought for one wear, but they're still in great shape.

    They'll ship in original C&J bags/box, without shoe trees. $150 shipped CONUS.

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