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post #32 of 39
Does anyone know of any other lasts, from other makers, that might fit similarly to the Modified? I find the last quite comfortable, but wasn't digging the styling options too much.
Edited by sm31 - 12/26/11 at 6:32am
post #33 of 39
i got around to taking pics of my modest modified collection

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Alden #41144 Natural Chromexcel Indy Boot ($550 from Moulded)- FYI- they feel much larger than my other modified lasts in the same size

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Alden Cap Toe Boot - Shell Cordovan Color #8 ($700? from Moulded)

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Alden Punched Cap Toe - Shell Cordovan Black ($400 from TheShoeMart 2nds)

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Brown Pebble Long Wings ($450? from Moulded)
post #34 of 39

I arrived at the modified last strictly for fit .The truballance and the barrie work but are big in the heel.The modified in an e is perfect for my foot so i bought them and in all truth i have received nothing but complements from people about them . A lovely lady friend even said how cool the toe looked and if she hates something im wearing she tells me to a fault .If anyone is considering the modified I will give my best description on the fit .My foot flares or widens at the little toe joint and the big toe joint is often cramped in many styles as well .I can wear a truballance in a d but it requires some break in .Barrie e works but i dont own any .Im trying to avoid the big heel and tongue pads .Thats it ;im digging on the modified e

post #35 of 39

I arrived at the modified last strictly for fit .The truballance and the barrie work but are big in the heel.The modified in an e is perfect for my foot so i bought them and in all truth i have received nothing but complements from people about them . A lovely lady friend even said how cool the toe looked and if she hates something im wearing she tells me to a fault .If anyone is considering the modified I will give my best description on the fit .My foot flares or widens at the little toe joint and the big toe joint is often cramped in many styles as well .I can wear a truballance in a d but it requires some break in .Barrie e works but i dont own any .Im trying to avoid the big heel and tongue pads .Thats it ;im digging on the modified e

 
post #36 of 39
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as promised the alden anatomica captoe boot. lovely details with the heel counter and double row of stitching. also features a half bellows tongue. might be the most comfortable boot ive tried on. the boot is unlined (except for captoe) and has an oiled flex outsole. unfortunately a little small. I sized down 1/2 from my actual size. would be best for barrie






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as promised the alden anatomica captoe boot. lovely details with the heel counter and double row of stitching. also features a half bellows tongue. might be the most comfortable boot ive tried on. the boot is unlined (except for captoe) and has an oiled flex outsole. unfortunately a little small. I sized down 1/2 from my actual size. would be best for barrie







@NAMOR do you still have these? if so, could you tell me the model number and how you went about ordering from Anatomica? Thanks in advance
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@NAMOR do you still have these? if so, could you tell me the model number and how you went about ordering from Anatomica? Thanks in advance

If you email the folks at Anatomica with your size, they will gladly send you their stock. Visited the store this past summer - great group of guys.
post #39 of 39
thanks, i finally got a hold of them. they answered my initial email really quickly then went silent for a few days. i've also been into the store and they were super helpful and there makeups are really nice.
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