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post #16261 of 20253
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

You are one lucky person enjoy your trip and your shoes I would pick up lot of shoes if I was in your place smile.gif
I'd venture to opine that it would be difficult for you to buy more shoes than your haul over the last month or so...
post #16262 of 20253
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I'd venture to opine that it would be difficult for you to buy more shoes than your haul over the last month or so...
Nah you can all ways buy more shoes lots of Mto take time that's the sucky part.
post #16263 of 20253
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I'd venture to opine that it would be difficult for you to buy more shoes than your haul over the last month or so...

This. Also, to post as much in the shoe threads since registering. Must be some kind of record...

The best advice, and maybe the hardest to follow, when building a wardrobe of shoes or of clothes in general, is to go slow. Lots of hasty purchases tend to end up on ebay or B&S, as many of us here have experienced first hand.
post #16264 of 20253
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Originally Posted by hoodog View Post

This. Also, to post as much in the shoe threads since registering. Must be some kind of record...

The best advice, and maybe the hardest to follow, when building a wardrobe of shoes or of clothes in general, is to go slow. Lots of hasty purchases tend to end up on ebay or B&S, as many of us here have experienced first hand.
What you said is very true no doubt about it. But you have to do your home work & research & communicate with people. And sale associates & buy what you like & enjoy it has worked for me. So far I have no regrets. I am changing my shoes No harm in that smile.gif plus some good prices you can't beat that.
post #16265 of 20253

1 shoe per year TtownMD!!:rotflmao:

post #16266 of 20253

TtownMD is really good natured, and in my opinion, that's all that matters.

post #16267 of 20253
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Originally Posted by Zapasman View Post

1 shoe per year TtownMD!!rotflmao.gif
You are too funny sir lol
post #16268 of 20253

No right or wrong in terms of going fast or slow I guess.

One advantage of having a good number of shoes right off the bat, is that you have a good rotation going.

As long as he's enjoying the process, I think all is cool.

post #16269 of 20253
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Originally Posted by ThunderMarch View Post

No right or wrong in terms of going fast or slow I guess.
One advantage of having a good number of shoes right off the bat, is that you have a good rotation going.
As long as he's enjoying the process, I think all is cool.
Thank you, I use to buy magnanni & other shoes from Nordstrom I learned from my mistakes luckily I diidnt spend whole lot of money on them. Lot of great ppl in SF that one can learn from & pick up,shoe tips etc. I tossed away my crappy mall shoes like Aldo etc & started investing in quality shoes. To have a large rotation for different occasions.
post #16270 of 20253
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Originally Posted by ThunderMarch View Post
 

No right or wrong in terms of going fast or slow I guess.

One advantage of having a good number of shoes right off the bat, is that you have a good rotation going.

As long as he's enjoying the process, I think all is cool.

No doubt, I enjoy "his process" too.:satisfied:

post #16271 of 20253

Hello everyone, 

 

Need some sizing help.

 

Any idea how does R last compares with the F last in the same size? Anyone able to provide a side to side picture comparison? 

 

My first pair oxfords in size 41, F last fit like a glove, except that it is pinching a little on my pinky after walking for sometime. Instep and length is indeed perfect. 

 

Should i keep to the size, or size down by 0.5 size?

 

Regards,

Dan

post #16272 of 20253
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Originally Posted by danielyam View Post

Hello everyone, 

Need some sizing help.

Any idea how does R last compares with the F last in the same size? Anyone able to provide a side to side picture comparison? 

My first pair oxfords in size 41, F last fit like a glove, except that it is pinching a little on my pinky after walking for sometime. Instep and length is indeed perfect. 

Should i keep to the size, or size down by 0.5 size?

Regards,
Dan
I'd stick with the same size. My R last are half size smaller and they kill my feet. I'll try to get a side by side up later
post #16273 of 20253
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

I'd stick with the same size. My R last are half size smaller and they kill my feet. I'll try to get a side by side up later

That will be great! Looking forward to your pictures.
post #16274 of 20253
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Originally Posted by danielyam View Post

That will be great! Looking forward to your pictures.
Sorry for the quality.
Gold museum F last size 42.5
Black R last size 42.

Edited by OzzyJones - 8/11/15 at 7:10am
post #16275 of 20253
Beautiful shoes. I want a pair of Vass with toe cap, but not a fan of the short toe puffer.
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