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Herring Shoes - Experiences?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by the_sartorialist, May 5, 2010.

  1. Rodman

    Rodman Senior Member

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    That looks similar to C&J 348
     


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    I have this shoe--definitely 'country' with a wider/more rounded last but still fits TTS in my opinion. I like it for more casual outfits in cooler weather.
     


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    Hey guys,

    I've recently moved to the UK and saw a pair of Church's Prembrey Loafers for well under $300 pounds at the Bicester Village outlet. Quality/value for money wise am I better with these or waiting to buy a pair o similar Made in England/Spain which would only be around 25-50 pounds more and include shoe trees/possibly a matching belt?
     


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    anyone have the herring fineshade in deerskin make by cheaney? :) any review on those?
     


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    JUAN MANUEL Senior Member

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    Hello

    I own a pair of Grassmere, and yes they are made by Cheaney. I believe that Cheaney is one of the best investments, excelente finish, durable shoes. And Herrings service is on top. The metal eyelets make them a tad strange but is part of the fun.

    Good luck
     


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    Can't wait to find out who Herring will use to make Wildsmith.
     


  9. Thanks SF (a new me)

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    Is Herring still shipping to US? I'm looking at Loake Kempton chukka but there is a disclaimer stating that they no longer ship to US.
    It's been awhile since I ordered from them. Change in export laws?
     
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    most likely Alfred Sargent again.
     


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    Herring still ships to US but NOT the Loake brand.
     


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    Loake no longer allows UK retailers to ship to the US. East Dane sells some of the Loake models for those of us in the US, including the Kempton. However, some of the Herring house brand shoes are made by Loake, and these can be shipped to the US.
     


  13. Thanks SF (a new me)

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    Thank you both. Gotta find other retailers then.
     


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    I was going to recommend robinsonsshoes.com in Ireland but I see they've stopped carrying Loake too. I used to get my Loakes from them with free shipping.
     


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