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Unless your 44s are larger than my 44s I'll have to pass thanks!
Can anyone comment on chukka sizing vs. vintage lows? Same or different? The lows are too narrow for me, potential swap to chukka in a size larger.
Common Projects - Vintage Low Suede Grey 44 Brand new, worn only inside to quickly discover I probably need a 45 for width. Comes with original box, shoe bag, spare laces. If anyone has a pair of similar sneakers slightly too big I could be up for a trade. Will ship internationally at cost if needed, let me know.
Common Projects - Vintage Low Suede Grey 44 Brand new, worn only inside to quickly discover I probably need a 45 for width. Comes with original box, shoe bag, spare laces. If anyone has a pair of similar sneakers slightly too big I could be up for a trade. Will ship internationally at cost if needed, let me know.
Sorry to jump on this thread with a slightly off-topic question, but it seems like a good time to ask: Can anybody comment on the chest size of the extra-slim or slim-fit, size 14.5 shirts? I own several SF OCBDs in 14.5, but from before the time that they started colour coding the tags. After changing to the colour coded shirts, their size charts say that a 14.5 is good for those with a 34" chest. I have a 35-36" chest, and the old size 14.5s fit me nicely, measuring...
Can you measure the shoulders (seam to seam from back, buttoned) and chest (pit to pit from front, buttoned) please?
I believe you can also do something about this on the US end -- this is a UPS fee for acting as a broker to get the goods through customs for you. I believe there is some way to decline this "service" and do it yourself. Might lead to more hassle but if you can avoid hundreds in fees it may be worthwhile. I've been hit by it a few times (only small amounts) and it seems kind of slimy. One time I bought something, received it with no fees, sent it back for an exchange, and...
Can anybody identify a model/last of these Santoni's? I bought them all second hand and like them a lot, but don't know what they're called!
I found I had to go to a size 29 to get the same cut in the leg, but at this size the inseam is too short. I'm slightly taller than you, but you may be in trouble also.
My 29s measure very close to the context ones: 15" waist, 11" thigh, 8 1/4" knee, 7 1/2" leg opening. The critical part that context miss out is the inseam, at 33". I'm pretty sure that except for the inseam, these measurements correspond to the old size 30s.
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