[ATTACHMENT=11311]image.jpg (1,226k. jpg file)[/ATTACHMENT] This is my first wearing since getting these brown/denim Wedgewoods back to the States. I picked them up two weeks ago from Justin at his shop in Mayfair. He could not have been nicer or more accommodating, rearranging his schedule to meet me by appointment, and making sure he had my size in the store. Let me concur with others on this thread who have said that his shoes are better-looking in person than in photos. I would have tried on several pairs, but we were in a hurry, so I tried on the Wedgewoods (my top choice) first and last. The 12s were a perfect fit -- I wear a 13E on the AE 65 last -- and fled comfortable from the beginning. When my wife, who is notoriously hide-bound on matters of shoes, concurred that they looked good, I took them. I broke them in by wearing them around our hotel room for a few hours. I wore them comfortably around London and Oxford that same week. My sole concern (pun intended) was that after running into wet streets in Oxford, the closed channel started to peel away from the sole around the toes. I fixed that when I got them home. My cobbler glued the soles back down and attached toe taps for $2. (That is not a typo.) He was very impressed, as I was, with the quality of the leather and construction, though I am pretty certain this is the first time he has ever worked on Balmoral-laced dress boots. In all, I am very pleased with the Wedgewoods and look forward to buying more shoes from Justin in the future.