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

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

  1. Claus

    Claus Senior member

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    Yes. There was a monk called Chalfont that was made on the 324 last. You can also find a few other models as well, when you're using the search function.
     


  2. kev777

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  3. Ich_Dien

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  5. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Senior member

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    plal.
     


  6. skyline

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    those with experience in both the 337 and 348: do you take the same size in both lasts? would really appreciate any input, thanks!
     


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    Other than the first being cordovan and unlined, are the Harvard and Boston loafers identical? The name suggests so and they're both on the 314 last


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  8. rickimky

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    Thanks Achilles for the post on the buckles issue. I've contacted C&J as well and they're a real pleasure to deal with.

    In a bid to contribute, here's my C&J collection. (please excuse the awful photo quality)

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    Top: Weymouth / Lowndes / Cavendish / Unknowns

    Bottom: Ghillies

    Adding a Westbourne would complete my C&J wants :inlove:
     


  9. Liquidus

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    I noticed that Pediwear has been out of stock of most sizes for a while. Is C&J shutting them out with the intention of selling shoes themselves in the US? Where is the cheapest place to get C&J if you're in the US?
     
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  10. Ich_Dien

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    There is nowhere cheap stateside. Try plal.
     


  11. Liquidus

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    Sorry, I meant to ask where the cheapest place to get C&J is if you live in the US. I'm not specifically looking for a US store.
     


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    I have a pair of 348's and 363's (which is the 337 with a round toe) and take the same size in both.
     


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    Nice Loafers

    The penny seems to be the Wilton from Shipton & Heneage.
     


  14. Achilles_

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    Happy to help!

    By way of thanks I will accept your weymouth or lowndes ;)
     


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    Anyone seen the new Seymour (II)?
     


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