** Quintessential Crockett & Jones Thread ** (reviews, quality, etc...)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by david3558, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. Gerry Nelson

    Gerry Nelson Senior member

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    Hey dsmivtr, I agree that it's a pretty conservative last.

    By the way, I should have mentioned in my post that I actually bought these shoes secondhand from Ich_Dien.
     


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    It looks much better for larger sizes... it just wasn't right for 7E. :)
     


  3. vonklark

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  4. dijor

    dijor Senior member

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    Guys, I'm planning to buy the C&J Savile. This shoe will be worn mostly with dark jeans because I'm a student.

    The colors I'm chosing between are dark brown leather and mink suede. I cannot make a decision and I'm too poor to buy both :)

    Leather
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    Suede
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    Votes please :)
     
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  5. vonklark

    vonklark Senior member

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    They are both nice but I would go for the leather one. Could be worn to almost anything, suede is little hard to pull off and could not be worn with anything and always.
     
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  6. SuitedDx

    SuitedDx Senior member

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    I just want to commend you for, being a student, able to afford a C&J Handgrade. :)

    Personally I would go with the dark brown leather. I like how they age and they are more versatile.
     


  7. dijor

    dijor Senior member

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    leather vs suede: 2 - 0

    ^ thanks :)
     


  8. fritzl

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    monk = casual, so the answer is suede.

    the guy who mentioned AE doesn't count, sorry. so it is 1 - 1, up to now.
     


  9. vonklark

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    Why doesn't I count [​IMG]?
     


  10. SuitedDx

    SuitedDx Senior member

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    How would you have voted if it was DM :D
     


  11. vonklark

    vonklark Senior member

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    Suede is casual sure. But more proper with the leather one.
     


  12. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    Is the 336 last on the C&J anything like the 511 last of the AE Leeds?

    I have a pair of the old old model Clifton on a narrower last and they hurt my feet overtime. Was just wondering if the 336 will be similar to which.

    I take 8.5D and considering the 7.5E Audley as a new cap toe in my rotation (2 pairs for work)
     


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    doesn't exist for me.
     


  14. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    you don't know it?
     


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    This.

    Also, most calf shoes look bloody awful with denim.
     


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