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Quote: Originally Posted by aj_del thanks ... I feel they are a bit too chunky for city wear How about these: hiking boot ethos with less chunk.
Quote: Originally Posted by Style Guru If JL is truly labeling his shoes EE then he's doing it for US customers because there is no EE in English sizing. It goes from D(a US B) to H (a wide US EEE) Church used to size their shoes for the US market by labeling and making various US widths while in England many models only had the medium UK F width or at most an F and a G. Afew model were a E (a US C) And btw, there's only about 1/8" different in widths...
Quote: Originally Posted by JulianB Does anybody know which Northampton shoes maker makes Mr McNairy's shoes for him? Thanks Not sure but he used Sanders for his boot collaboration with A Continuous Lean.
Barneys sells them as well. http://www.barneys.com/Barneys/BARNE...%20%26%20Jones
who sells EG in Calgary?
Quote: Originally Posted by Manton I personally don't like one button coats but I don't think this is true. There is nothing inherently bad about that combo. What is it about 1-button coats that you don't like? Is it just a personal preference or is there something that to your eye that just doesn't work? I have one (peak lapel) and I quite like it and would go for more I think in the future in either peak or notch.
I was just about to say John Partridge. That is if you are looking for a waxed versus wool reefer. I have this one and quite like it.
Quote: Originally Posted by bbhewee I think that would be right. I wear a 11.5 UK on the country lasts, and a 12 UK in their city lasts. Thanks bbhewee. Which city last shoes do you have?
Great thread and my Stows were ordered based on the consensus that they fit TTS and sure enough 8UK/9US (fitting 5) were bang on to my great relief given that they were ordered without being able to try them on in person. But I am still confused over the conversion for non-country lasts such as the 2161 (Lambourn). The factory, Richard at Shoe Healer and some SF threads suggest an 8.5UK/9US (fitting 5) conversion for non-country lasts and sizing down a half size for...
Quote: Originally Posted by idfnl My guess is ankle hugging white kiton jeans with a houndstooth man skirts, no socks and driving shoes. Don't forget the Ferrari jacket
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