Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by david3558, Feb 24, 2011.
+1 as to sizing.
It really depends on your foot shape. I am a solid 11 (10EUK) in 99% of the shoes I wear, including C&J. But with both 348 and 337 I wear 10.5 (9.5EUK).
I was told by Kevin in NYC (after leaving and only trying on the Snowdon and Coniston, also they only had full-sizes for a lot of stuff at the time) that I should go with the same size for the 348--sounds like I would never be able to fit in the 348, then.
Pembroke today for the salt-covered streets of NYC:
Street salt are my enemies.
Beautiful Shoe! Pembroke is what you need for salt covered streets.
I'm glad those are getting you through the salt--I was worried for a second about my Conistons, but they're basically the same thing. Great looking stuff!
Nothing beats Day-Night for wet weather.
What is it about these particular models that make them better for salt covered streets? I hate what road salt does to my footwear.
Just awesome. Actually thinking about getting me a pair like this.
Nothing special but they have Dainite rubber soles which fare better than leather when it comes to salt.
Just got them recently and they are more fitted than I thought (was expecting 365 fit) but will be a nice go-to especially during the fall/spring rainy days.
Extacly my idea to use the shoes for that. Also when hunting I thought
Oh gotcha. Thanks!
PSA - some decent deals on C&J from Ben Silver right now:
Just got Cliffords. Picture with flash:
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