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I take CP44 Achilles and 10uk in Lanvin cap sneaks. Lanvins are a bit wider.
I've ordered from gasmy twice. First order there was a bit of delay in shipping but nothing major. Both were shipped via TNT (whoever the hell they are) with delivery in US by Fedex. Got dinged with customs+usual Fedex fee for one order. The other one slipped by. Each order was for a pair of shoes with value over $300. BTW, having a sender mark something as "gift" may actually screw you. You're allowed $100 in gifts duty free but $200...
I wouldn't wear with a suit but they'd look good with more casual pents like tweeds or cords.$300 for them would be a good price.
If you're 10.5US brannock, I'd expect 10US in barrie.sjmin209 is probably right about the 9.5UK.
Don't think of Tricker's in US sizes, the conversion is just going to fuck you up. Some use 1 full size to convert; others only 1/2 size.The sizes of shoes you list don't help since they seem out of whack.If Norse means US9.5=UK9, just as a semi-wild ass guess, that sounds too small for you.
Frans Boone has some cordo longwing boots.
Crockett & Jones, Edward Green, Tricker's and probably other English companies make women's shoes. Of course they all look like men's shoes in women's sizes. I seem to recall Alden offered women's size in some models, like LHS, too.
Get a corporate discount card for 15% off. It's not difficult to find out how.Or wait for one of the 30% off events.
I was at LS Waikiki in May. Alden selection was slim. Slimmest I've ever seen there. They had tons of Lobbs and EG though. Downtown store is a PITA to get to if you're staying in Waikiki.
To be honest, I haven't worn those more than a handful of times so they pretty much look exactly the same. They're kind of a PITA to get on and off with that extra strap thing but they're as comfortable as Stows.
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