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I wear a US8.5D in the Alden Hampton Last and UK7.5E in the C&J 348 last. I have it for shoes and not boots. The 348 is a bit longer and wears narrower. Both are comfortable for me. I have flat feet. I wear a UK8E in the C&J 363 last for the Somerville boot, which is a handgrade last. It's as long as the 348, but a tad wider and is the most comfortable shoe I own.If you have a wider foot or higher arch you probably need an 8 in the 348 especially if you wear a 9 in...
Big fan of Sky Valet. I've bought Alden and C&J there. They always are very accommodating. I know they have been frustrated with C&J's supply chain as well, but as one of only a couple dealers in the US, I guess it's just catch as catch can. I knew they discontinued their EG MTO program about a year ago. It's a shame they're loosing the line. They lost AS when they relaunched a couple years ago. I think they carried Vass up to about five years ago as well. Seems...
You probably need to be 6'5" to be a true Drogo. There are a lot of truly huge characters. The Mountain is 7'+. Ser Duncan the Tall is nearly 7'. The Hound is 6'6." Hodor is 7'. The Greatjon and the Smalljon Umber are both 6'8" and Greatjon's Uncles Whoresbane and Crowsfood are just a bit smaller.It's tough for a smaller person to be anyone iconic from the books. Most of their faces aren't terribly distinctive (except the Hound's facial scarring and missing ear),...
Or Daario or Whitebeard or although you probably don't look like him nor could you pull it off Strong Belwas.
Go as Viserys.
And all of her hair burned off, like in the book.
AFfC was much better for me the second time I read the series. I really don't like the Iron Islanders. Too many chapters from them. Just bored me to death.
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Sure doesn't look like Rhaegar.Common theory, which is the moral of the story: [[SPOILER]]
David has a very good tutorial on estimating length for your first order on his website.If I recall, the best way is to take your best fitting tie in the knot you favor, and put it on. Measure that tie. Subtract or add any length from that length as needed to have it reach the goal length. David suggests having two inches difference between the rear blade and front blade when tied.After you get your first order you can adjust accordingly.As an FYI- I also wear a 39-40s...
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