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Damn, that was fast, missed it by a few minutes, someone was quicker.
You like it better than MH71? I got the same shoe in MH71 but I have another TG73 Sinatra. Can't tell which one I like best.Did you get E or F?
Thanks. Here is my Sinatra
Nice! Can't wait till they go back in stock
Thanks for the great details. Yours seem to def lace a bit better, maybe just a few millimeters more than mine do. I have the same pressure point in the heel and toes are a bit a cramped, but I guess most of the pain comes from the instep and also from the ball joint. I'm sure they will break in and relax a bit, just still not sure if my foot qualifies as a wide one. I'm somewhere in between I guess at 11.7 cm.Has your V always looked the same? Or it was wider initially?...
Were those restock recently? Been waiting for that email.
Hopefully. They still feel tight at the ball joint also. Tough choice
Thanks. Yes, not an easy one. I can fit good in the Carmina Rain 11UK, even the Sinatra TG73 11.5UK E, but for some reason those feel tighter. Even around the ball of the foot. The width of my foot is 11.7cm so not sure if that makes me an F width.All I can say that after 2 hrs of wearing them while sitting, the feet hurt a bit, and even around the ball of the foot. But not sure if that's normal and if it will relax a bit. I'm def afraid to go F width and then too become...
Cross post from another thread. Got some ST James II in E width. I already went up half from my normal size. They seem to be a bit tight up top since I have a medium to high instep. So I can't really close them fully now. Do I need an F width? They do feel uncomfortable after about an hour of wearing them without moving.
In those photos standing, I did not lace them up completely, it was more of a loose fit. The first ones are the ones were I tightened them up. The feet do hurt after wearing them for a couple of hours. That's why I'm not sure.
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