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im an 11 in jordan, nike etc. but went with a 44 in achilles because of the width. im a D width in shoes though so i dont have exceptionally wide feet. a 43 was the right length but way too tight so i went with 44 that is a little long but great in the width
what is the difference? i always though derby = blucher and oxford = balmoral
got a couple pairs in from the shoebank. for the canadians in here who haven't yet ordered, my fees were GST + $10 FedEx fee
44 in achilles low, couldnt wear 44 in achilles mid, i went with 44 in the low because the 44 was a too tight, so they are a tad too long but the 44 in the mid was too big around the ankle. i wear a 43 in the vintage bball
what fees have canadians here got from shoebank's fedex delivery? im expecting no duty, 13% tax, but does fedex collect brokerage at the door or was it included in the shipping price?
just ordered mora 2.0s in black and brown fifth avenues from the shoebank. wanted to go with the patriots but venturing into unknown sizing didn't seem like a great idea. thanks to those that helped me get to the point of ordering
many here do. its the same tree that AE uses, made by woodlore
my buddy was trying to try on mora 2.0 to order from shoebank and an SA gave him a pair of park avenues to try on because "they are the same last". all the stores will order anything but there is no selection to try on, especially if you don't want a D width. its pretty frustrating that toronto doesn't have a better AE selection
attempted to try on either randolphs or patrios today to no avail. went to harry rosen on king, rego and brooks brothers and came up empty. how much is the return shipping from canada if they dont fit? the site says its free but doesnt specify canada
fellow canadian here, cheapest i could find trees was from zelikovitz, ordered 6 for 90 which isnt as good as this pricing but easier to get
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