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@CanadaCal the instep is generous and Vass is bigger in that regard only by millimeters. I haven't tried Enzo Bonafe to compare but they have high insteps from what I've read. Justin's are definitely more comfortably roomy than Carmina. Again, the instep is an area where people probably don't need much room (as compared to toe or heel) but a little bit can make a difference. @winghus the JFP heels should work for you as they're narrower than what I've worn from...
I dunno, these have your name all over them @RogerP If not, maybe they'll have mine all over them one day
Ok, so it took longer than I wanted it to, but hopefully this is of use. If anyone wants additional side by sides just post and I'll set it up.I'm a 10.5D US with decently high instep, and my right foot is slightly wider than my left, bordering on E. I'd consider my best fit a 9.5UK in Carmina's Alcudia last - snug all around with a nice narrow heel, with Justin's TMG a close second, less snug all over but very comfortable as a result. Below are pictures of various...
I'll line up a top-down shot of 2 JFP lasts next to Carmina/Vass/GG and post pics.
Do your laces close all the way on Rain?
I figured a captoe would be slightly more versatile, but don't know if I've seen plaintoe pics for inspiration. I'll call it cap for now and see if anyone else throws a hat into the ring. Thanks for your interest
Favoring the captoe with broguing as in the picture.
X-post from Skoak thread: Since these have been run before call me a late adopter, but would anyone be interested in another batch of the black peccary EB button boots? Leather sole, last choice negotiable but thinking something chiseled like below... Could be a good GMTO to look to have for the winter.
Since these have been run before call me a late adopter, but would anyone be interested in another batch of the black peccary EB button boots? Leather sole, last choice negotiable but thinking something chiseled like below... Could be a good GMTO to look to have for the winter.
When I returned my shoes it was $50-60 via USPS and they were in customs in Spain for about a month. Does your tracking show them as not being received yet? I don't know of any new rules with the US site but so far your experience sounds about right... :/
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