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

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

  1. apropos

    apropos Senior member

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    can anybody tell me anything about the fit of the 360 last? i am am 8.5 in the 348 last. would i be the same for the 360?
    thanks

    Probably. The 360 fits even narrower than the 348, but has a slightly higher instep.
    What's the difference between the Malvern and the Monkton? [​IMG]
    341 last vs 348 last respectively.
     


  2. robinsongreen68

    robinsongreen68 Senior member

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  3. meister

    meister Senior member

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    For all the double monk lovers, C&J are releasing a new Seymour model (or Seymour 2) on the 358 last in about 10 weeks.

    The Royal Exchange Store still has some old Seymours on the 337 last available..although none in a size 11.


    You mean USA11 aka UK C&J10? or UK11 aka USA12?
     


  4. NAMOR

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    wow
     


  5. Salad

    Salad Senior member

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    I don't think anything in the 335 last has been posted so here you go.

    C&J Suffolk for Barney's. White nubuck with red brick sole.

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    __PG__ Senior member

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    You mean USA11 aka UK C&J10? or UK11 aka USA12?

    UK 11.
     


  7. Salsalocust

    Salsalocust Senior member

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    " Tan weave"...... I think these will polarise opinion! [​IMG]

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    Regards,

    Graham
     


  8. Swan Song

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    Yikes! Put me in the "Love Them" column.

    But I have Cowboy Boots like them.(not C&J)
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  9. Swan Song

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    Recent buy, and my only C&J. Shell Cordovan for Peal (Brooks Brothers)
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  10. clee1982

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    Recent buy, and my only C&J. Shell Cordovan for Peal (Brooks Brothers)

    I love these boots, got a pair as well.
     


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  12. Wes Bourne

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    I don't think anything in the 335 last has been posted so here you go.

    C&J Suffolk for Barney's. White nubuck with red brick sole.

    [​IMG]


    Nice.
     


  13. lemmywinks

    lemmywinks Senior member

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    One day...
     


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    anyone know the price range for C&J MTO?
    According to my 2010-2011 C&J catalog, semi-bespoke prices start at 500 pounds.
     


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