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Peal & Co Balmorals

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Thanks for your insight Matt.

How does the quality of the lightweight, AS wingtips compare to the C&J ones? Also, are these exclusively made for BB/Peal&Co or can a comparable style and color be found directly from AS/C&J?

--Luke
 

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I find the BB Peal & Co. to fit narrower than a normal North American Shoe. The BB salesperson agreed that they do run narrow.
 

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Doxe-have you ever heard of WIDTHS? Or do you think one size fits all.
btw, C&J seems to make a lot of their stuff in an English E (US C) which is slimmer than medium. They make some G's (US E)
Peal leather co. was bought by BB many years ago and makes shoes to BB specifications. Whether some are similar to C&J or even made in the same factories is irrelevant since the shoes carry the Peal label and are made for BB. Some BB shoes are made in the Alden factory for BB and to their specifications and may indeed be very similar.
 

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Originally Posted by Petrus1
Doxe-have you ever heard of WIDTHS? Or do you think one size fits all. btw, C&J seems to make a lot of their stuff in an English E (US C) which is slimmer than medium. They make some G's (US E) Peal leather co. was bought by BB many years ago and makes shoes to BB specifications. Whether some are similar to C&J or even made in the same factories is irrelevant since the shoes carry the Peal label and are made for BB. Some BB shoes are made in the Alden factory for BB and to their specifications and may indeed be very similar.
kind of a fun game finding all the wrong statements, stated with authority, in this post
 

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Originally Posted by Petrus1
Doxe-have you ever heard of WIDTHS? Or do you think one size fits all.
btw, C&J seems to make a lot of their stuff in an English E (US C) which is slimmer than medium. They make some G's (US E)
Peal leather co. was bought by BB many years ago and makes shoes to BB specifications. Whether some are similar to C&J or even made in the same factories is irrelevant since the shoes carry the Peal label and are made for BB. Some BB shoes are made in the Alden factory for BB and to their specifications and may indeed be very similar.


What are you talking about? Every shoe I own only had sizes like Small, Medium or Large? I wear a Large shoe.
 

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