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Shoes: C&J or Carmina?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mac, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. Son Of Saphir

    Son Of Saphir Senior member

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    Good thing happen very soon.
    They have good machines and teachers now in goodyear factory.
    It very very good.


    You will.
     
  2. Swede66

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    Hi,

    Someone owning shoes on both 348 and Simpson;
    I do not like the 348 last IRL, I think it is too elongated/pointy, however I often think it looks OK on pictures.
    I really like the look on almost any shoe onethe Simpson last (so in love with their chukka in burgundy shell). But I've never seen any IRL.

    So, am I likely to get the same experience IRL with the Simpson last? Is it as elongated and pointy as is the 348?
     
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  3. NORE

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    Nope. The Simpson is an awesome last. Slightly chiseled, not too elongated. And this is coming from a dude who has a pair in size 12.
     
  4. Liquidus

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    So would you say it's like the 337?
     
  5. Liquidus

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    Simpson is more narrow than 348? I already go half-size down rather than full-size for the pair of 348 shoes I tried, so maybe Simpson isn't going to work for me.
     
  6. Lobster33

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    Posted in the wrong thread. Sorry
     
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