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#4 for the 4th.
Google Inside View of Purdey.https://www.google.com/maps/@51.5094289,-0.1519508,3a,37.5y,39.13h,53.31t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1shdZIQdvORkYAAAGuwwKwjQ!2e0!3e2!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1
http://www.purdey.com/clothing-accessories/grain-leather-brogue-boots-boot061.aspx
Islay is 9 pairs of eyelets/hooks on 365 last. Skye is 8 on 335. The medallions are different too. No idea what makes for a Skye 2 or for that matter a 3.
Cool.I pulled the trigger too (so to speak).
Simplest way is to never put such fugly things on one's feet.
My one pair of Cheaneys is the buckshot boots.http://www.styleforum.net/t/450433/boots-boots-boots-for-boot-guys-only/750#post_7823442I ordered some oiled suede boots last week but they won't ship until next week. Kind of funny how they sent out their sale email the same day they shut down for the holidays.http://www.cheaney.co.uk/collections-c2/country-leisure-collection-c7/cheaney-mallory-country-derby-boot-in-maracca-suede-p105Cheaneys quality seems pretty good and...
I've tried a 10D Barrie but it's too tight in the toes so I go with 10.5D Barrie. It works well for me with med to thick socks. I take 11D in Plaza, Aberdeen, 10.5 in Hampton.Most UK lasts I take 9.5UK with the exception of Tricker's 4444 in 9Uk.
10.5D in Barrie for me and 9.5UK in 12508 Cheaney.The Cheaney is a slightly snugger fit on me but similar in the toes.
If the 10.5US monkey boot is actually a size 10UK, then it'll likely be too big. If it's actually a size 9.5UK then maybe it'll work.
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