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Size in C&J Coniston vs other C&J:s

jooohan

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Hi,

I'm thinking of a pair of C&J Conistons, but I'm not sure which size I should order..

I have 7.5 UK in my C&J Chelseas on the last 238 and 7 UK in my RM Williams Craftsman in suede. Both fits fine and are the normal width!

If there's anyone who owns the Conistons and the other models, how do they compare? And which size do you have? Will they "expand" and get a bit larger with time like the Chelseas and Craftsman, or is the leather in the Conistons of thicker character?

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MMorley

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The Coniston is made for think winter socks. As such, it's almost a half size bigger than my other C&J shoes.
 

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Thanks!

I've read that the 238 last I have on the C&J Chelseas are the one of the most tight and I'll be wearing normal black thin dress-socks, so I guess I should order the 7.0 size then..

Anyone else who owns a pair of suede RM W. Craftsmans and the C&J Coniston boot?

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jooohan

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Or maybe Loake Kempton.. Would 7.5 UK in Loake Kempton correlate with 7.0 UK in Crocket & Jones Coniston?

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