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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by david3558, Feb 24, 2011.
Lovely shape on those, thanks for the pics!
the Finsburys look great.
IMO the leather on this pair of hand-grade Weymouths is just about the finest I've seen of any brand- it seems thin, but has developed intricate crazing all over, [/URL] beautifully supple, shines like a mirror
^ weymouths are absolutely beautiful
would I take a 6 or 6.5 on the 337 last with the following specs:
Alden Plaza 7.5
Alden Barrie 7
AE PA 7.5
I am enamoured of those as well as the edgware.
i find all CJ lasts I've tried fit quite big on me, (348, 337, 341 + 325) - and I need to go down half a size from usual, if that helps.
Savile in action
Lowndes, size 9 (1/2 a size up from my Lonsdales)
I'm going to order the Audleys in dark brown soon, and I just want to get your opinion on sizing.
I own a pair of Pembrokes (325 last) in 8E UK, and they fit well. Should I go 8E UK for the 337-lasted Audleys?
The Pembrokes fit large in my opinion. I would size up a half size.
Even though I'm a well-fitting 9D in the Allen Edmonds 5-lasted Strand? This is why I've been thinking I should go with the 8E UK, but I'm looking for those with experience with these two lasts.
here is a picture of my pembrokes after some saphir..[ATTACHMENT=577]cjpem.jpg (1,991k. jpg file)[/ATTACHMENT] i love these boots.
can anyone recommend boot trees that would fit?
also - should i care for these the same way as other leather shoes? ..or should they be treated differently as they are scotch grain.. ?
EDIT: i mean cj coniston, not pembrokes..
You might want to put the picture on the internet?
+1 on pics
pebble likes the occasional application of a good single malt- drink it yoself and the shoes look even better
i'm not very tech savvy, how can i add the picture? i thought it was uploaded as a jpg
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