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Division Road models, nothing for me their. Is a green Galway esque boot looks like V lite, a Ross on I believe a natural hurricane hide, a waxy derby and two stock models. View attachment 1736773
Knowing the nature of DR wielding wild stuff and turn English brands to less oldschool, I wish to see more interesting stuff coming in the future.
 

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Knowing the nature of DR wielding wild stuff and turn English brands to less oldschool, I wish to see more interesting stuff coming in the future.
I’m of a similar mind - for me, these particular offerings aren’t as important (that waxed green roughout tho) as the news regarding the partnership between these companies!

Knowing what unique collaborations Jason has forged with other renowned manufacturers, I can’t wait to see how DR’s take on one of my favorite British bootmakers evolves - definitely excited for this!!
 

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I don't think people typically size down in their Conistons, especially as much as you have, though I do size down, but only by half a size and they are snug.
Well man you were right. I went back to the store for a fitting and not only tried on the Conistons again in UK sizes 9.5 and 10, but also managed to find a pair of C&J Bradfords in sizes 9.5, 10 and 10.5, which are the same 341 lasts as the Harlechs. In each style, size 10 was the more comfortable fit.; 9.5 was a bit too small and 10.5 was a bit too big.

So at last (pun unavoidable), I have finally found my size, which at UK10 (UK11) should be consistent among most boot brands which makes me far more comfortable ordering online now.

The only problem is my reseller already ordered me a pair of dark brown Harlechs in UK9.5 early this week, so I need to hope he can ask C&J if it's not too late to change the order to a UK10. *crosses fingers* :)
 

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I’m of a similar mind - for me, these particular offerings aren’t as important (that waxed green roughout tho) as the news regarding the partnership between these companies!

Knowing what unique collaborations Jason has forged with other renowned manufacturers, I can’t wait to see how DR’s take on one of my favorite British bootmakers evolves - definitely excited for this!!
Yeah that’s exactly what I mean, thanks for putting it in to better words.

They had done some of the coolest make up for Trickers, hoping the best outcome coming for C&J as well!
 

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Yeah that’s exactly what I mean, thanks for putting it in to better words.

They had done some of the coolest make up for Trickers, hoping the best outcome coming for C&J as well!
To be fair. They have done superb models for other brands and apparently far more are to come here so we live in hope and anticipation ..
 

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