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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by david3558, Feb 24, 2011.
Does C&J make anything that's close to an oxblood or very dark burgundy color?
Only in cordovan, unfortunately.
They use also burgundy cavalry calf, semi-corrected grain
can you link it plz
Cranford in Polo Suede - this may be the first pair sold - the guys at the Royal Exchange pulled a few strings for me....
Weymouth, after 18 months wear
Very nice. Where are your shoe trees?
I have mine...which leads me to a question...are there specially designed shoe trees for short boots like my Skyes?
Perfection! Do you have a link or a source for those trees?
Removed for the photo session - just me and the shoes on the lasting couch...
^ weymouth looks so good
Those were John Lobb St James bespoke trees, and they cost more than your C&J shoes.
Just use your regular shoe tree for the short boots.
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