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In the Market for Jodhpur Boots

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by bigbris1, Mar 17, 2009.

  1. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    I'm not a big Alden fan...
    I do find the 2 models you have posted as a compromise between a classic city shoe and a pure Jodhpur boot...
    The St Crispin model is superb....For the price of the Alden ,buy the St-Crispin boots because they're really stunning...
    Have a look at the JM WESTON classic boots ,they're stunning..
     
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  3. constant struggle

    constant struggle Senior member

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    Anyone know of a brown Danite sole Jodhpur? I want one as a bad weather boot!
     
  4. Bird's One View

    Bird's One View Senior member

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    Anyone know of a brown Danite sole Jodhpur? I want one as a bad weather boot!

    Edward Green MTO.

    I wish I couldn't see any difference between EG's Jodhpur and the one Brooks is selling for $200.
     
  5. constant struggle

    constant struggle Senior member

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    anything in the bit lower range!

    the brooks ones are leather sole, but that is the right price range for me
     
  6. grimslade

    grimslade Senior member

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    Buy them and topy them.
     
  7. a tailor

    a tailor Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    dose anyone have a jodhpur in super wide widths that does not cost a left nut?
     
  8. nate10184

    nate10184 Senior member

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    C&J Quorn that I just sold. It kills me that these weren't my size. I love Jodhpurs.

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  9. MalfordOfLondon

    MalfordOfLondon Senior member

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    C&J Quorn that I just sold. It kills me that these weren't my size. I love Jodhpurs.

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    These are beauts. Was looking at these before I bought the EG Greshams. They look even better in real life.
     
  10. nate10184

    nate10184 Senior member

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    These are beauts. Was looking at these before I bought the EG Greshams. They look even better in real life.

    Greshams in dark oak are my grail shoe. What color/last did you get?
     
  11. MalfordOfLondon

    MalfordOfLondon Senior member

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    Greshams in dark oak are my grail shoe. What color/last did you get?

    Chestnut on the 82:

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    They're certainly getting a lot of use so far...
     
  12. Maximillion

    Maximillion Senior member

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    My wife got very nice ones from Carmina Bootmaker (Spain) - I had a look at the men's version. Beauties as well. No deep link to the pic - sorry. Go to Men's collection --> Forest --> the last one is it.

    Carmina

    Max
     
  13. MalfordOfLondon

    MalfordOfLondon Senior member

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    My wife got very nice ones from Carmina Bootmaker (Spain) - I had a look at the men's version. Beauties as well. No deep link to the pic - sorry. Go to Men's collection --> Forest --> the last one is it.

    Carmina

    Max


    Look nice - interesting with the Dainite sole!
     
  14. w.o.e.is.me.

    w.o.e.is.me. Senior member

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    What are these?
     
  15. bigbris1

    bigbris1 Senior member

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    What are these?

    I'd say Barker Black
     
  16. w.o.e.is.me.

    w.o.e.is.me. Senior member

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    I'd say Barker Black
    you're right. this thread is making me reconsider my spending freeze.
     
  17. Vox Populi

    Vox Populi Senior member

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    The jodhpur is a wonderfully old-fashioned, traditional English boot. I'm not prepared to pay Edward Green prices for one (though I do own some Edward Green shoes), so I bought the Crockett & Jones "Cottesmore". Beautiful lines - slightly elongated, with a rounded toe.

    The colour is quite superb - a rich 'aristocratic' chestnut brown, which is at least as good as Edward Green's chestnut, in my opinion. It's slightly darker, with a lovely rich colour.

    I intended buying Crockett's chelsea boot, but it has an ugly squared off toe, which disrupts the lines of the boot. My eyes simply froze when I looked at it. It would be better on the 341 last. That said, and of course this is my own opinion, I believe that the jodphur is a more interesting style than the chelsea boot. It's less conspicious, eccentric, and fits wonderfully.

    It depends really what you want - if you intend roughing it, R.M.Williams might be a better choice. Not as nice (leather, colour, etc not as good), but very robust and hardy boots all the same.

    Sanders have some on offer - about the price of Loake. Due to the complexity of construction and the fact that more leather is used, I'd wouldn't drop down below Crockett's myself.

    Horses for courses!
     
  18. carl_paris

    carl_paris Senior member

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    Personally, I'm looking for a pair of these Branchinis, a Jodhpur/Chelsea hybrid: [​IMG] I know stilmacher sold a pair on eBay a while back, sadly not in my size.
     
  19. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Senior member

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    What are these?

    They are indeed Barker Black.

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  20. NAMOR

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    I am looking for a Jodhpur in UK 11/11.5. Please let me know if you have a pair you would like to sell or if you find a pair. I would make be ever so grateful
     

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