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Bump. Any offers? Clint
Quote: Originally Posted by TheHoff I think you're too far off with these. Tramezzas are notoriously narrow / small in the vamp to start with. If the closest you could get required removing the laces, I'd say you should try a different brand with proper wide fittings (as you're trying with this sale thread! $320 is a great price and someone should definitely pick these up). Thank you for your advice Sir. I'm "gutted", but I feel that you may...
Quote: Originally Posted by Drizabone I have the same problem - wide foot and a high vamp. I am also a US9 and find that AE 9 or 9.5 EEE fit me pretty well. I too am concerned about purchasing shoes I can't try on or evaluate. I would love to know if you have identified any other brands that accommodate our problem feet reliably. In Australia the available range is pretty slim and prices for imported shoes very high so buying on this forum or the internet...
Quote: Originally Posted by EL72 The Daniely is made on a narrower last than other Tramezza models like Accento or Gherardo in my experience. I don't think they come wider than EE though. I know very little about shoes. I'm pretty much a standard UK 9 in "normal" shoes. I assumed that even for a narrow shoe a EE sizing would accommodate me. How wrong was I? Even if I wanted to, I wouldn't be able to wear them for more than 10 mins. ...
Quote: Originally Posted by distinctive Not necessarily, depends on a lot of variables. This is what I was led to believe and I was frightened of damaging the shoes. I'm confused. Clint
Quote: Originally Posted by dr.no Clint, any good shoe cobbler will be able to stretch these another 1/2 to full width without compromising the shoe, shouldn't cost more than $15 or so. Hi, thanks. Do you think so? I've spoken to a couple of people (admittedly not cobblers) and they've suggested that it may not be wise to stretch the shoes. Where i'm having the most problem is at the top of my foot where the laces are. I got the shoes on my...
Hi all, I recently purchased these from Holdfast. Unfortunately, they are just too narrow for my hooves. I have considered stretching them, but I don't want to harm the shoes. So, i've reluctantly decided to put them up here for sale (or possible swap for a wider size). They are UK Size 9 2E and have only been tried on by me on carpet and never worn in earnest, so the shoes can be taken to be as new. They do not come with an original box (that's how I purchased them)....
Hi, I too work in I.T. and i've been a contractor for a number of years. I know it's very difficult to decide on what to wear during interviews. I'm sure many people will have their own story. However, I'm of the attitude (as some suggest here) that if someone is going to judge you solely by your clothes what are the chances of a successful working relationship with them? Since i've started interviewing (many years ago) I've tried to look my best. When I was...
Quote: Originally Posted by letmebefell Oh - I linked to a different suit than the one you bought. I'd agree that $26 is a lot to pay for the pleasure of opening a box and saying 'Nope. Never going to wear that.' You may be getting an authentic Corneliani label. You're not getting anything like an authentic Corneliani suit. Do include the link next time around. The folks here seem pretty scrupulous about not jumping on auctions first discussed...
Quote: Originally Posted by lakewolf If it was 100% polyester then that are $26 bad spent IMO Possibly? I'm feeling that it isn't. Although, i'll be the first to admit a 100% polyester jacket isn't one for the wardrobe. Watch this space. Clint
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