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

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

  1. smartbrother

    smartbrother Senior Member

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    Should I take my Barrie size in this coniston?
     

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    oh, no. that's unfortunate. not a good look for todd snyder to specifically provide uk sizing info that turns out to be incorrect. in any event, i hope anyone who ordered is able to get the correct size--seems like a solid deal for some unique conistons.
     

  3. Perfectcircles

    Perfectcircles Well-Known Member

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    Normally 1/2 size down from Barrie and 1 size down from Brannock (US).
     

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    That sounds super confusing
     

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    Fingers crossed that they have corrected this and send me the listed size I purchased.
     

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    Navy nubuck Chelsea 5
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    One more outing today. Changed up all but the boots!

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    The answer is right there in the first pic.

    The script inside the shoe is similar to what C&J does for other third party retailers.
     

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    I don't know if they are C&J (Paul Stuart generally prices the C&J made shoes at $688), but they are really nice looking. And, you cannot lose at that price. Also, I believe that if you sign up for e-mails from Paul Stuart you will get a code for 15% off your first purchase.
     

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    Those are C&J. The punch pattern confirms.. looks like last 325. I would cop those if my size at that price.
     

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    Wore my teak oiled Conistons today, love these boots.

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    I’m hoping to pick up my first pair of Crockett & Jones (either the Malton or the Swansea) and was hoping for some feedback regarding the fit of the 360 & 341 lasts. I currently wear (all with thin dress socks):
    • Alfred Sargent 724 last (Moore) - 9F
      • A tad bit wide but fit fairly well. Length is just about perfect and it fits my instep well (eyelets just about fully close when laced). Only noticeable issue is excess volume above my toes.
    • Carmina Rain last - 9 (standard width)
      • Fit slightly better than Alfred Sargent 724. Length and width are just about perfect and it fits my instep well (eyelets just about fully close when laced). Only noticeable issue is excess volume above my toes.
    • J.Fitzpatrick SEA last - 9 (standard width)
      • Derby shoe that is the best fitting dress shoe I own. J.Fitzpatrick describes this last as “our most fitted last, offering a very hugging feeling through the arch/heel/forefoot, adding a tiny bit of length in the toe.” This shoe fits me perfectly in length, width, instep and in toe volume (avoiding the excess space in the toe area that all of my other dress shoes have).
    • Carlos Santos 234 last - 8.5 (standard width)
      • About half of the feedback that I read about this last said to size down a half size; the others said go with your Carmina Rain size. They don’t fit quite as well as the Rain last but sizing down was the right call as the length and width is good and instep fits perfectly. Same issue as the others with excess volume in toe area.
    • Alfred Sargent 109 last - 8.5F
      • A pair of loafers that fit just okay in width and length. I added a heel grip to keep my heel from slipping out when I walk and they fit well now.
    I’ve read mixed feedback on the 360 & 341 lasts, where some people say to go TTS and others suggest dropping down a half size. I prefer when a last has a more hugging feel, though that might not apply to either of these.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
     

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    Hello does anyone know the Corks in Whisky Shell? Do you have pics in the wild?
     

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