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Crew Shoes - BA standards

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  Topic Started By:  BAstewardess    On:  Sun 28th November, 2010 at 11:50
highheels
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Posts: 34
United Kingdom
#32  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 13/03/2015 at 22:01
sydney289 - take a look at these shoes from www.skyheels.shoes

http://skyheels.shoes/cabin-shoes/sky-200

http://skyheels.shoes/outdoor-shoes/heels-340-high-black

both are a narrow / standard fit.
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friendlyG
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Posts: 20
United Kingdom
#33  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 18/03/2015 at 13:01
In reply to post #29...
Hey Sydney!

I remember once seeing a guy at Cranebank selling shoes that were actually approved by BA. So I would say to hold off from buying them so soon and wait till you have a clearer picture of what you need.

Hope this helps!!
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jessicaEB
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#34  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 18/08/2015 at 17:35
What are the standards for cabin shoes? I have bought some from clarks: http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTA5M1gxNjAw/z/RLkAAOSwj0NUbx-Z/$_35.JPG That is a picture of them. Will these be okay?

My ground shoes are Pavers: http://www.pavers.co.uk/plain-court-shoe-with-cushioned-insole-ss45518 I called the uniform people and they advise no higher than a 3inch heel?

Thank you

Jess
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treetop66
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Posts: 177
United Kingdom
#35  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 20/08/2015 at 21:28
In reply to post #34...
hey hun I don't think the snake skin shoes would be allowed.
“Walking gets too boring when you learn how to fly.”

EX-CABIN CREW LGW
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jessicaEB
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United Kingdom
#36  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 20/08/2015 at 21:33
In reply to post #35...
Oops! No they aren't snake skin or beige or metallic grey haha.

They are like that style but fully black leather? Will that be okay?
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treetop66
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United Kingdom
#37  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 22/08/2015 at 13:35
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yes that's fine lol
“Walking gets too boring when you learn how to fly.”

EX-CABIN CREW LGW
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Elena_Fisher96
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#38  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 22/09/2015 at 17:34
In reply to post #34...

Originally posted by jessicaEB

What are the standards for cabin shoes? I have bought some from clarks: http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTA5M1gxNjAw/z/RLkAAOSwj0NUbx-Z/$_35.JPG That is a picture of them. Will these be okay?

My ground shoes are Pavers: http://www.pavers.co.uk/plain-court-shoe-with-cushioned-insole-ss45518 I called the uniform people and they advise no higher than a 3inch heel?

Thank you

Jess



Jess do you know where I could find the cabin shoes from clarks as I cant find them on the website!!

thankyou!
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Giorgia
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#39  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 22/01/2016 at 13:36
Hello,
Does anyone know if black is the only colour allowed for crew shoes or if we can opt for navy as well?
Thanks
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pmac
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Poland
#40  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 16/02/2016 at 14:06
In reply to post #39...
Hey, black is the only color acceptable.
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simplesarahc
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Posts: 106
United Kingdom
#41  Re: Crew Shoes - BA standards  Posted 08/03/2016 at 15:45
Can anyone help me find cheap shoes as they seem to be really expensive for crew shoes
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