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Urgent: Need help to choose a pair of boots amongst C&J Cottesmore, AS Alex and Carmina Jodhpur in F

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by azumi, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. azumi

    azumi Well-Known Member

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    I'm an aficionado of Jodhpur boots but I still haven't got any of them. Now, I decide that I must own one pair but my budget is limited and I can't afford for kind of EG, JL boots. Eventually, I think I shall buy one amongst Crockett and Jones Cottesmore, Alfred Sargent Alex and Carmina in Forest last. I know there are many experts here can help me to decide before I pull my trigger.
    Thank you very much in advance.
    P/S: I've read here http://www.styleforum.net/t/274743/...esmore-vs-alfred-sargent-alex/15#post_5846676 before posting my thread but I still cannot make my decision. I prefer the colour of Cottesmore and the position of the buckle (it is placed on the foreside of the boot while it goes down to the back on the Alex), but as somebody said the quality of upper leather, sole and craftmanship of the Alex is better. So I put another one, the Carmina Jodhpur in Forest last into choices.
    1. The Cottesmore:

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    2. The Alex:

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    3. And the Carmina:

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