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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Sloan1874, Sep 12, 2015.
Like the colour! I'm thinking of getting either an aero boots or the wolvering 1000 miles one.
Thanks. I'm a big fan of Areo's cordovan cxl. When I took theM in to be heeled, the cobbler admired them to the point that we had a 10 minute conversation about the quality of craftsmanship and leather. A first for me!
You must have been proud of your boots!
Exactly the same happened to me and my william lennon boots.
Just shows you, a polished, well-made pair of boots are still eye-catchers!
Got into conversation about these at the weekend at Goodwood Revivial; Gustav Temple (The Chap Magazine Editor)mentioned he'd just ordered a pair. I do still fancy them myself - in all the colours, or course! Maybe one or two in a leather sole, others in Dainite.... Though the weather was so bad at Goodwood this year, I also now have my eye on the fur-lined bike boots!
Actually, what I'd also love to see in the Jarrows would be a pair in a grained leather. Cracking country-look.
So the Aero boots run true to size ?
Yes. I wear a size seven just like all my other boots.
My town boots are a UK 8 / US 9D, same as I wear in CATs, Redwings, and everything else.
They don’t do wide sizes though...
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Just one standard width, I believe.
I'd love a pair of those as well. Maybe if a few of us emailed them about it, and then if Craig could put a word in the right ear next time he's down that way (?) it could happen. I'd be on board. I've been looking at the Loake Anglesey boots, but I've been thinking of the Jarrows, as my grandpop spent most of his youth, before and after the Great War, in John Brown's shipyard. Solidarity.
I bought a pair and they're great: lighter and simpler than Redwings, etc; superb colour.
Also priced at what I imagine more realistically reflects labor and materials.
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