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post #1276 of 4658
Great, thanks for the pre-order link!
Can you give a little more feedback about the sizing? I am on the bigger end between 10~10.5, so I'm thinking of getting the 10. Does that sound about right?
post #1277 of 4658
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Originally Posted by unclesam099 View Post
What is your size as measured on the Brannock device? What kinda arch? I'm a 13D as measured on a Brannock, and 11.5 might end up being too small Just trying to get an idea. I really like how these look.
not sure. next time i'm in a store i'll have to check. but i've got a medium arch.
post #1278 of 4658
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Originally Posted by gocartgo View Post
not sure. next time i'm in a store i'll have to check. but i've got a medium arch.

Awesome, thanks! It's tough to get the right size the first try, so if I pre-order, I'd want to be sure of what I get. Like I said, I measure a 13D but wear a 12D in Aldens, even fit an 11.5E in the Barrie last.

Does anyone have an outsole measurement of the 11.5D ? Just curious, thanks!
post #1279 of 4658
Can someone who bought the double monks post some pictures? Ive found these two




Im very close to pulling the trigger on a pair, but would like to see some more pictures before I make the order since I dont want to return them (hassle when you live in sweden)
post #1280 of 4658
I wear an 8.5 B in US. Any suggestions for fit/size in the double monks?
post #1281 of 4658
Thank you for placing your order with HowardYount.com! 1x Cognac Brown Double Monk Strap - 8 for $349.00 each Now for the long wait until they arrive in Sweden, because as usual when ordering fr outside eu the customs in sweden are super slow at doing their job. Usually it takes only a few days for a package to travel across the globe to reach sweden and usually customs take about 1 week or more just to send the package from 235 miles...Im also officially broke for the rest of the month and my gf will kill me when (if?) she finds out we have to live on noodles for the rest of the month, being a student sucks some times
post #1282 of 4658
Order placed for 2 pairs of the 4 seasons wool. Woo hoo.
post #1283 of 4658
I am debating between that and tropical. Decisions...
post #1284 of 4658
How do the shades of gray for previous shipments of Tasmanian wool compare to the 4-season 100s? I want a new pair of gray trousers (or two), but wonder if they are going to look essentially the same in shade and texture as my other two gray trous in tasmanian (which are mid-to darker gray). Or is it the point that gray is gray is gray?
post #1285 of 4658
Placed an order for tropical wool in dark grey. Now time to wait!
post #1286 of 4658
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Originally Posted by HEPennypacker View Post
I am debating between that and tropical. Decisions...

I went w/ the 4-seasons because it's 9oz vs the 8oz of the tropical wool.

My thighs would likely tear the 8ozs to shreds.
post #1287 of 4658
Wow, I get the email, rush to the site and they're all out of half the pants in my size

Anyone know whether there's another restock on the way?
post #1288 of 4658
Ha, seriously. I guess next time, I need to think more quickly! More 34s please
post #1289 of 4658
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Originally Posted by illyni View Post
Wow, I get the email, rush to the site and they're all out of half the pants in my size

Anyone know whether there's another restock on the way?

+1. I didn't even get the e-mail. After weeks of checking the site I take a short vacation and wouldn't you know it . . . .
post #1290 of 4658
A little nuts, I know. We sold about half in the first 12 hours.

This is only the first shipment for spring/summer. We'll have another batch (mostly garment dyed cotton) in another two or three weeks. And then we'll have a restock of some wool and linen, with possibly a few new fabrics like super 140s around May 1st.
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