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Saint Crispin's Brown Calf / Suede Boots UK 7.5F

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by ezlau, Mar 23, 2015.

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    ezlau Senior member

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    As title suggests, up for sale is a pair of Saint Crispin's boots that are rarely worn and still plenty of life left in them.

    They are sized UK7.5F (which is a regular width fit for St Crispin). I am pretty much a UK7.5 in other shoe brands (Carmina Rain, C&J, John Lobb etc.)

    Condition is 7.5 / 10.

    Comes with the Saint Crispin's trees, box and bags. The trees are not hollowed out, as these are older StC trees, so they are solid.

    Priced at less than half of what it will cost at retail, and pricing includes shipping CONUS.

    Priced at $700 and taking offers
     
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    Could you please provide more details eg last number as well as a photo of the soles? Many thanks
     
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    they look like mod. 401 on the classic last.
    fantastic boots. wish they were a half size smaller.
    GLWTS
     
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    It is the 401 boots, Classic last. I can add pictures of the sole when I get home tonight.
     
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    Any update on pics of the sole and/or addition pics?
     
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    Sorry, I have been a lazy bum. I'll try to update them tonight and send you a message :embar:
     
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    So the sizing was off for you? Were these too big or too small and how so? I'm a size 8UK in most brands like Carmina and EG.
     
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    Nope the sizing wasn't off, this is for sale just because of lack of wear. I am a UK 7.5 in Carmina, no experience with EG.
     
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    How do these fit compared to Carmina Rain? How does Rain in size 7.5 UK feel for you? (e.g. where is it tight/loose, how's the length, heel, etc.)
     
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    It's been awhile since I have worn both my Rain and these boots, but I believe the Rain has a tighter instep than these boots. I believe Stc Classic last are generally slightly more forgiving for wide/fat feet than the Rain last (size being equal of course).
     
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