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Quoddy trunk show this Friday and Saturday

You are cordially invited to join us for a trunk show with Quoddy on Friday, November 21 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, and Saturday, November 22 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Jon Bergman, Vice President of Quoddy, will be here to present the collection.

All of Quoddy’s shoes are moccasin stitched, and their method of construction creates a shoe that functions like a glove for your foot. It surrounds your foot in supple leather, and allows your foot muscles, bones, and tendons to support you as they were intended to, while offering protection, cushioning, and style.

We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to meet Jon and design a pair of Quoddys in person. He’ll have sample models with him, as well as examples of the available leathers and soles so you can envision your perfect pair of Quoddys.

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What do the numbers and letters inside my shoes mean?

Take a look inside your shoes and you’ll see some numbers and letters that seem to correspond to nothing at all. You probably know how to find your size, and likely your width, too, but what does all that other stuff mean? Let’s find out.

Edward Green

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Inside an Edward Green shoe, you’ll find the size listed in both UK and US sizes (7/7.5), the width (E), the last (202), and the order number (95178). The specs will usually be in an oval near the heel, but in some shoes, particularly those that are unlined, you’ll find them on the tongue. Note: The slash between the UK and US sizes is often mistaken for a 1, but it’s really a slash (we promise).

Alden

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In an Alden, you’ll see the size (7), of course, but you’ll also find two widths: one for the heel (B) and one for the ball (D). There’s also the model number (45164H) and some production information (4C27 018 2).

Gaziano & Girling

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Gaziano & Girling keeps things straightforward with the model’s name (Astaire), last (DG70), size (7.5), width (E), and order number (607). You’ll generally find this information on the underside of the tongue.

Saint Crispin’s

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Check the tongue of a pair of Saint Crispin’s and you’ll find, from left to right, the model number (553), skin (BCK), color (071), sole (GE8), and the size (6.5), width (E), and order number (11351).

Corthay

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Look inside a pair of Corthays and you’ll find nothing but smooth, soft leather. If you’re looking for the size, flip over the shoe and look at the sole. This pair’s in size 8.

John Lobb

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Most models from Lobb will have their size printed near the heel, though some will have it on the tongue. In this pair you can see the model name (Lopez), size (6.5), width (E), and last (4395).

Church’s

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Church’s can be tricky. The size is listed without a decimal point, so here you’ll find that a size 7 is marked 70. A 7.5 would be marked 75. There’s also the width (F), last (173), some production information, and the model name (Grafton).

Quoddy

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Quoddy keeps things simple. You’ll find the size (8) on the tongue.

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New Quoddys!

We recently received new stock of one of our most popular Quoddy models, the Blucher. Available in black, brown, or color #8 chromexcel, the Blucher is a durable and casual shoe for versatile and comfortable wear. They’re made on charcoal camp soles and unlined for breathable comfort. They go great with jeans, khakis, or shorts in the summer.

We also received the Canoe Shoe, which combines a comfortable camp sole with the slip-on convenience of the Canoe Moc. There’s no need to worry about not looking your casual best in them, as they’re made with beautiful color #8 chromexcel leather and leather laces.

Blucher; Black, Brown, or Color #8 CXL; Charcoal Camp Soles
Canoe Shoe, Color #8 CXL, Charcoal Camp Soles

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