NEW 415 € Crockett Jones Islay boots 44 EU / 10 E (UK)

operas phantomoperas phantom GermanyPosts: 109MI6 Agent
Dear all,

i am willing to part with my Crockett and Jones Islay boots in size 44 EU /9 - 9.5 UK. They are unworn and (are/were) part of my collection, as you can see on the photos. I paid 595 € and as they are unworn, I would be happy with 500 € plus shipping depending on the location (shipping from Germany). Let me know if you need more pictures.

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Did you bring any chocolates?

Comments

  • km1fdmkm1fdm USAPosts: 126MI6 Agent
    Great deal.. I just bought some in the US and they are a lot more $$$.

    The 9.5UK is roughly equivalent to 11.5/12US.. this is the size I got. GLWS!
  • MikeG77MikeG77 Posts: 1,575MI6 Agent
    km1fdm wrote:
    Great deal.. I just bought some in the US and they are a lot more $$$.

    The 9.5UK is roughly equivalent to 11.5/12US.. this is the size I got. GLWS!

    Are you sure about that sizing conversion?
    I know where you keep your gun!
  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    MikeG77 wrote:
    km1fdm wrote:
    Great deal.. I just bought some in the US and they are a lot more $$$.

    The 9.5UK is roughly equivalent to 11.5/12US.. this is the size I got. GLWS!

    Are you sure about that sizing conversion?

    Yeah that doesn’t seem right. I would think a 9.5UK would be more like a 10.5/11US.
  • frommeyerfrommeyer ChicagoPosts: 403MI6 Agent
    I'm 11.5 US and my 10UK Islays are pretty roomy. But I also have narrow feet which complicates it a little.
  • MikeG77MikeG77 Posts: 1,575MI6 Agent
    JTM wrote:
    MikeG77 wrote:
    km1fdm wrote:
    Great deal.. I just bought some in the US and they are a lot more $$$.

    The 9.5UK is roughly equivalent to 11.5/12US.. this is the size I got. GLWS!

    Are you sure about that sizing conversion?

    Yeah that doesn’t seem right. I would think a 9.5UK would be more like a 10.5/11US.

    My chukka boots from Timberland are a US 9.5 which according to Kevin at the Crockett & Jones NYC location translates to a UK 9 for the Molton's, Islay and Skye III.
    I know where you keep your gun!
  • km1fdmkm1fdm USAPosts: 126MI6 Agent
    MikeG77 wrote:
    km1fdm wrote:
    Great deal.. I just bought some in the US and they are a lot more $$$.

    The 9.5UK is roughly equivalent to 11.5/12US.. this is the size I got. GLWS!

    Are you sure about that sizing conversion?

    I am a narrow 12US in dress shoes, and wearing 9.5UK Islays right now actually, so yes. If you have wider feet you might wear slightly larger.
  • km1fdmkm1fdm USAPosts: 126MI6 Agent
    MikeG77 wrote:
    JTM wrote:
    MikeG77 wrote:

    Are you sure about that sizing conversion?

    Yeah that doesn’t seem right. I would think a 9.5UK would be more like a 10.5/11US.

    My chukka boots from Timberland are a US 9.5 which according to Kevin at the Crockett & Jones NYC location translates to a UK 9 for the Molton's, Islay and Skye III.

    Kevin is very knowledgeable, but I suggest trying them on. Molton I am a 9.5 or 10 as well.. tried them on in the store last week. The last, and width of your foot will make a difference.
  • Cg23Cg23 Posts: 76MI6 Agent
    I can second that the conversion can be a tad tricky from US-UK and last to last. I personally wasnt able to try on before buying and found out the hard way paying shipping/return a time or two, but I am sure glad I did because they are fantastic. I did tons of research but still kinda missed on my initial fit. Could be diff for others but for me personally the biggest thing to note is how the top of the foot feels bc there will be a little room in the toes but going between sizes it is a much better trade off than having it annihilate your circulation being too snug on the top of your foot if you are concentrating on the length. Just my two cents. Hope that helps!
  • operas phantomoperas phantom GermanyPosts: 109MI6 Agent
    Yes...after doing some research myself, i think 44 EU equals more a 9.5/10 UK sizing. Dunno about the US conversion, however it seems UK/EU conversion accuracy is better.
    Did you bring any chocolates?
  • TheExit148TheExit148 Posts: 513MI6 Agent
    What is stamped on the inside of the boot for sizing?
  • operas phantomoperas phantom GermanyPosts: 109MI6 Agent
    Good question! It says 10 E. (UK)


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    Did you bring any chocolates?
  • TheExit148TheExit148 Posts: 513MI6 Agent
    Thanks! Too big for me (I previously had a size 10E). I'd reco you update the title for better interest.
  • operas phantomoperas phantom GermanyPosts: 109MI6 Agent
    As i received some requests concerning the availability, yes the boots are still up for sale.
    Did you bring any chocolates?
  • Matt BMatt B Posts: 183MI6 Agent
    As i received some requests concerning the availability, yes the boots are still up for sale.
    Pm sent.
  • operas phantomoperas phantom GermanyPosts: 109MI6 Agent
    price drop 415 €.
    Did you bring any chocolates?
  • junebai89junebai89 Posts: 162MI6 Agent
    pm sent
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