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post #16 of 29
I always go down at least one full size on British shoes, particularly where elongated lasts are concerned.
post #17 of 29
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I always go down at least one full size on British shoes, particularly where elongated lasts are concerned.
Thanks Neal. Now you tell me .
post #18 of 29
Sorry man, a guy gets busy sometime... anyway, EG is telling me to go 2 or 2.5 sizes down from what I thought was my size, so I'm confused now too.
post #19 of 29
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Sorry man, a guy gets busy sometime... anyway, EG is telling me to go 2 or 2.5 sizes down from what I thought was my size, so I'm confused now too.
Just busting your chops.  No worries.  I'll let everyone know how the 10E works for me.  Keep your fingers crossed.
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(thinman @ May 27 2005,09:32) I don't have first-hand experience, but other forum members have mentioned going down one full size on the 337 last. So an 11D US might better fit a 10E in UK sizing. I plan to order a black Savile myself at some point and I'll try the 10.5E, since I'm an 11.5D in US sizing.
The recommendations as to size were conflicting. Some people said drop one-half size. Some said drop an entire size. It seems as though more people said half, so that is what I did.
Yes, I noticed the conflicting advice and decided that when I ordered, I'd try going down one full size. I just PM'd you about these shoes, as they're the size I want to try first in the C&J 337 last. Are your shoes black or brown (forgot to ask in my PM)?
post #21 of 29
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Dark Brown Antique
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Dark Brown Antique
Nice shoes, but I won't take them since I already have brown monkstraps and I'm looking for a black pair. Anyone else interested, PM scnupe7.
post #23 of 29
Have you tried putting in Dr. Scholl insoles? It helps. They come in regular and double thickness.
post #24 of 29
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Have you tried putting in Dr. Scholl insoles?  It helps.  They come in regular and double thickness.
No I haven't. If the 10E wasn't available at the same price I might do that. Since it is available, I would rather just get a shoe that fits without insoles.
post #25 of 29
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I received the 10E today. Great fit.
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I received the 10E today.  Great fit.
Are you typically a 11D US?
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(scnupe7 @ June 03 2005,16:50) I received the 10E today.  Great fit.
Are you typically a 11D US?
Yep
post #28 of 29
They turned that order around pretty fast, especially for an overseas outfit. Satisfied with the customer service?
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They turned that order around pretty fast, especially for an overseas outfit. Satisfied with the customer service?
I am very satisfied with the customer service.
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