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

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

  1. CTBrummie

    CTBrummie Senior member

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    Both my Islays and Skyes are a 9.5E, if that helps...
     
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  3. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    I wear a 11 in the Alden Barrie, but a 11 1/2 in the Islay. The last used on the Islay is a bit narrower and just a bit shorter than the Barrie. So it really just depends on your feet.
     
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    oh lovely lovely :) I really like the wholecut model and the weymouth, but this is even better me thinks
     
  5. theundeadkennedy

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    It does help. Are the 335 and 365 lasts fairly comparable in both width and length then?

    My Barrie lasted shoes were just a tiny bit tight in the right foot's outer toe box area when I first started to wear them. but they stretched out after a couple wears and I haven't noticed any tightness since my first week of owning them. When you went a half US size up on the Islay was there a little bit more room in the boot than in your half size smaller Barrie?

    I just want to be fairly confident when I order, because if I have them resole with Dainite before shipping to the US I'm sure I will not be able to return them. Thanks again guys!
     
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  6. dddrees

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    I would say that the 11.5 Islays are just a bit longer by a smidge and about the same width as my alden barrie 11's.
     
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    Good deal, thank you!
     
  8. misterjuiceman

    misterjuiceman Senior member

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    11.5 UK vs the Barrie's 11 US? Are you doing -1/2 from TTS for the Barrie and +1 from TTS for the Islays?
     
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    Out of interest is the burgundy cordovan from Crockett and Jones a brownish burgundy or reddish burgundy?
     
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    True burdandy. Reddish tint shows up in sunligh
     
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    Burgundy brown in non-sunlight
     
  12. kaizo

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    Thanks lads. Has anyone had any luck asking them to make a pair out of reddish burgundy or do you reckon they are pretty set on what they have? (provided I pay for the custom)
     
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    US sizes were used..


    TTS for the Islays.
     
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    I have a question about this pair of Lowndes on eBay:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=251220034483

    Are these really a size 11? I imagine these would be labeled with an "E" if that was UK sizing, right? It makes me think these might be in American sizing since this was from Barneys? idk. I don't want to buy the wrong size. :)
     

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