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RM Williams Comfortline Yearling Vs C&J Chelsea 5

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Ok this is the battle of the Leather Chelsea Boots. Like some advice.


RM William Comfortline Yearling Chisel Toe

http://www.onlinegunshop.co.uk/shopimages/products/extras/Craftsman-Boot-500.jpg

Pros:

Iconic Australian Boot
Preferred darker brown colour
Price

Weakness

Not very slim
Crinkles like hell across the vamp (that is meant to be a distinctive feature but I dont buy it)


Crockett Jones Chelsea 5

http://www.pediwear.co.uk/crockett/products/250.php

Pros:

I already have 2x Lowndes (Brown and Black) and Hallams (Brown) - brilliant shoes
Slimmer

Cons

More Expensive
Lighter brown colour then I prefer (but it is hard to tell on photos)
Hardly makes a mention on SF
I have never tried for size a C&J boot. (I am a 10 UK)


Over to you gentleman.
 
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which one can be tried on in person? from there, the better fit should be the deceiding factor, imo.
 

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