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Based on that I would suggest the UK10 as we will fit more closely to Carmina then the other two. The TMG will be more forgiving in width than the NGT-Justin
I really appreciate your kind words, they mean a lot and am happy to know that you are enjoying your JF shoes. Thanks for all of your supportRegards-Justin
Our new button boot colorways, 3 of which have Holland & Sherry cloth, are now available for purchase at www.jfitzpatickfootwear.comsee pics below
As we will soon be commencing a line of belts, we need to make room in our stock area and therefore decided to get rid of our driving loafer collection. To make it appealing as a clearance sale, and being just that, we have dropped the price to £60 (ex VAT £50). You will not find a better deal than that! http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/driving-loafers
thanks for your note and interest in our shoes for your wedding. I am honored to have our shoes be apart of your big day. Congrats as well.I am also inclined to say stick with 9.5 (I presume you mean UK sizing?) especially if you intend to wear them with dress socks. If you intend to wear them with thicker, heavier socks, it might be best to go up to UK10. But the boots actually give quite quickly so I would say 9.5 is the ticket.As per the no tree discount option, I am...
The Button Boot presale is now live. Stock will go quick so don't miss out. Blog Post; http://www.theshoesnobblog.com/2016/09/j-fitzpatrick-aw16-westlake-button-boot-pre-sale-now-live.html Website: http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/button-boots
The last of our 5 new colorways in our button boot model, Westlake. We will be holding a presale on Mon, Sept. 5th with stock due to arrive in October so do not miss out as stock will go fast.
Thanks for showing the pics. I am sorry to hear that they did not work out size wise.I have told one of our good clients who just happens to be UK11.5 of your need to sell them so you might have an offer if he feels it too good to pass up.Love the profile name by the way
based on that, I think that you should be fine in the UK7
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