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Tru bootonline and they may get you a custom order. I`m a 9 1/2 F too - great fit, the G`s will be too wide and stubby
You know how it is...you like the boots, you think they are the right size, you wear a thicker sock, you walk around, then its all too late. It`s only three weeks later that you really come to the fact that you are swimming in them. And who knows, maybe the smaller size would have been too tight. Nothing like a brick and mortar shop, but I do realize its not really possible with Whites. Thats why a good alternative is to get a pair that can be returned to check the basic...
Whites advised me a 10D, and after having to sell them, now fit comfortably into a 9D.
Given that you are constrained by return costs, I would argue that you want to be compensated. It`s unacceptable that they can't check the basics in quality control. I`d hang on one last time and get these sorted out the right way. The difference in heel is going to cause leg and foot issues - not worth putting up with. I guess a cobbler could mend them somehow - but try and get a pair as compensation. Only by you being completely satisfied will this close the...
Bravo to come out and reveal this. Ive been contacted privately with some horrendous errors recently, and asked for advice. Pieces of different sizes, and all sorts of issues. It seems Whites quality has gone downhill, and since being sold has some horrendous quality control issues. Ive hesitated ordering a pair recently until I get confirmation these issues are solved. The heel height issue is completely unacceptable, and I feel with you having to send these back from...
Those do look like AS - pity the soul who gets sold the F fitting and an E. Lovely shoes to look at, the AS are, it goes downhill from there. G&G only goes upwards...!
What great original boots! Double leather sole? Those will look great with nylon laces...
A few suggestions - try them on with thinner socks. If they feel better I would try and wear them in that way for 10 wearings at least. You may have to resign yourself that these boots are worn with thin socks if the thicker socks cause issues later. All lasts are different - I mean between different models so I would not worry about different socks fitting different shoes. The acid test of whether or not the shoe will fit well is after 10 or so wearings and after 5-6...
I had exactly the same issue - I placed some conditioner on the inside of the boot where it hurt, and it was only a few wears before it took the shape of my bones. The sore spot will take some time to feel normal, but a few weeks should be fine of occasional wearing should do the trick. Just massage more conditioner after each wear as it takes your foots shape. Ive never felt the pain again.
I`d say there are a few factors here - Can you give them back and try a size up? Where are they tight - is the length fine, is it the sides - or do you feel like your foot has been squeezed and pushed all over? If its the latter, then a size up would solve the issue. Length is also an issue - but some tightness at the size may give in. I found the heel area very tight and does mold to your heel, but the front of the foot never gave in on my Barclays. It`s also not clear to...
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