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Help with Peal & Co. sizing compared to c&j

aon

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I ordered a Peal & Co. suede boots with crepe soles. I am not familiar if these are made by AS or C&J. This is my first time ordering a Peal shoe so I am not familiar with the size and the last. I ordered a size 9.5D.

As a guide, I have a c&j weymouth in 8.5E, Cheaney in 8.5F, a paul smith mainline oxford in 9UK (a bit roomy), and a grenson in 9F (rushden line I think, the fit is very narrow but the length is half a size too long in my opinion).

Did I order the correct size for the peal suede boots?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Help anyone? Sorry I tried using the search function but I'd like to find out how does the fit compare specifically to the337 last since its the only shoes that I have that is quite common around here. Thanks!
 

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What last is your Peal & Co shoe made on? It should be written on the inside of the shoe. They are often made on the 240 last, but not always.

C&J is extremely helpful and willing to discuss sizing among their lasts, and private label shoes.
 

aon

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Originally Posted by Joenobody0
What last is your Peal & Co shoe made on? It should be written on the inside of the shoe. They are often made on the 240 last, but not always.

C&J is extremely helpful and willing to discuss sizing among their lasts, and private label shoes.


Thanks! I still haven't received the shoes so I won't be able to see the label inside. I'm not really sure what last the suede chukka boots on crepe soles. I'm not even sure if it is AS or C&J.

Is the peal sizing usually UK size + 1?
 

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Originally Posted by Laer Surtep
Why don't you just go to the respective shoe stores, get measured by a pro and then try the shoes on? Depending on the shape of your foot not everyone can wear the style they want with comfort. This is why some men stick to a specific style and last.
An English F width is an American D(both medium). An English size 9 is very close to the American and is like a US 9.5
c&j weymouth in 8.5E-if that was purchased and/or labeled for the English market it would be an American 9 C (slightly narrow)
There should be a thumb's width of space at the front of the shoe(more if it's a tapered model)


I though E was equivalent to an American D. The majority of shoes from Crockett & Jones offers more E-width shoes than anything else.
 

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Unfortunately we don't have brooks brothers here in our country so there's no chance for me to try the shoes in store. When I went to hong kong last week they don't have the suede chukka boots.

I guess if the US9.5D is equivalent to a UK8.5E, the shoes will fit me.. The chukka boots also seems to have a wide last so I guess it will be fine. I was just hoping someone here has an experience with both c&j 337 last and the peal chukka boots.

Thanks everyone for your help.
 

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The crepe sole peal chukkas run very large.

I was +1.5 when I tried them on.
 

Flimsychicken

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Originally Posted by Laer Surtep
Why don't you just go to the respective shoe stores, get measured by a pro and then try the shoes on? Depending on the shape of your foot not everyone can wear the style they want with comfort. This is why some men stick to a specific style and last.
An English F width is an American D(both medium). An English size 9 is very close to the American and is like a US 9.5
c&j weymouth in 8.5E-if that was purchased and/or labeled for the English market it would be an American 9 C (slightly narrow)
There should be a thumb's width of space at the front of the shoe(more if it's a tapered model)


This response is mostly incorrect. An English "F" in C&J is closer to a US "E" (and, roughly speaking, C&J "E" = US "D"). C&J 8.5E on the 337 is roughly a US 9.5D.

FYI, Peal for BB uses 4 C&J lasts: 317, 325, 240 (most common) and 360. There may be another, but I can't remember. They do not use the 337 or the 348.

I find that the Peal sizes are about 1 size different from UK sizing.

IIRC, If the suede boot with crepe sole is the same shoe as their pebble grain chukka with Dainite sole, then it is C&J on the 240 (I owned the boots for about a day but did not like them).
 

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Originally Posted by Flimsychicken
This response is mostly incorrect. An English "F" in C&J is closer to a US "E" (and, roughly speaking, C&J "E" = US "D"). C&J 8.5E on the 337 is roughly a US 9.5D.

FYI, Peal for BB uses 4 C&J lasts: 317, 325, 240 (most common) and 360. There may be another, but I can't remember. They do not use the 337 or the 348.

I find that the Peal sizes are about 1 size different from UK sizing.

IIRC, If the suede boot with crepe sole is the same shoe as their pebble grain chukka with Dainite sole, then it is C&J on the 240 (I owned the boots for about a day but did not like them).


This.
 

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