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Can you post pictures of the sole? Even if they're not CJ, I'm still curious.Can someone help me identify these shoes? They appear to be Crockett & Jones made for Polo RL, but I can't find anything under the model number. Any information you can provide would be appreciated.
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Congrats on a fantastic pair of boots and welcome!Hello everyone, I just joined the forum and this is my first message. I looked for a fine pair of storm-welted boots for a while and when I heard (from this topic!) that the Galway II where on sale in CJ stores I couldn't believe it!
The least I could do was to join the community and post a picture of my new wonderful boots!
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Here's a pic. More pics here as well: https://www.ebay.com/itm/232851834437?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649Can you post pictures of the sole? Even if they're not CJ, I'm still curious.
Im quite positive its AS. If you browse through ebay you can see that the normal grade(old model) AS, as opposed to AS handgrade which you mentioned has the window thing in its lining, has the same features as this pair.(shape,last,sizing label, etc.)My AS all have that little window thing in the lining with the last and size info. And none are bulky. AS wouldn’t be my first guess here.
When I saw these I couldn’t help but think these might be Crockett & Jones’ answer to Church’s.found this gem whilst looking on Google, I don't think it was supposed to be online...