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post #61 of 93
Hi, Yes, I looked into Present and it could have been a done deal if they had my size. I think I would need UK 8.5 or US 9.5. I wear US 9.5 in Clarks and 9 in RW. I know it is wise to go 0.5 size down on McN shoes. As for numbersix, I am still undecided about the whole multicolor aspect (I know it is picky) and the price is a bit out of my range. I have not seen the ones I want in the McN Spring Previews, but it looks like McN has a core collection and custom made ones for certain shops? I could be totally wrong about this. If I am not, I guess I will have to keep my fingers crossed that maybe some more stores will get them in the color I want. I don't know why I passed up on them when Epaulet had them last year....always end up regretting these things later! Btw, those C&J are absolutely spectacular, but not feasible on my shoestring (sorry could not resist) student budget. Thanks for all the help, I really appreciate it. -palma
post #62 of 93
McNairy shoes are all made to order. I have 2 pairs of Sanders/McNairy The dirty bucks in UK 8 but I can wear it only without socks. and the Suede Country Brogue with crepe sole, in UK 8,5 and in a different Last, that have a more generous fit. I wear UK 8,5 in Clarks Desert Boot.
post #63 of 93
Yes, so that is consistent with what I was thinking I would be the same size in McN as I am in Clarks. Although, mind you I do plan on wearing them without and with socks. Going to UK 9 would definitely be too much for me.
post #64 of 93
I bought the dirty bucks from oipolloi that doesn't stock half sizes. My correct size is 8,5 for both models. Yes you should go for the same size of Clarks, but only few stores stock half sizes... between 9 and 8 try UK 8...
post #65 of 93
I just ordered a pair of Sebago Storrow saddles in the white/black flavor. I think they look pretty clean.





about 130 off zappos
post #66 of 93
Barneys is out and looks like nobody else has my size...praying that the next batch later in spring will have the color. I wish Sanders made these regularly on their own...McNairy things are difficult to find especially in off season. Thanks for the help gents and if anybody has any other suggestions (McNairy/Sanders level quality) let me know.
post #67 of 93
Hello everyone, In my search for saddle shoes I came across this company that I am sure many are already familiar with: http://www.walkover.com/ They have some interesting offerings although, I am finding their saddle shoes to be a little too trad in their silhouette from the pics (Somewhat self-contradictory, I know). If anybody has any experience with this brand would you mind commenting on how well they look in person and sizing info? Also, have any of you seen the new McNairy collection at any of the Barney's yet? Thanks, -palma
post #68 of 93
Attachment 59175

These are the only saddle shoes I wear. Great for walking on grass. Not so good on concrete...
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post #69 of 93
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Originally Posted by palma View Post
If I am not, I guess I will have to keep my fingers crossed that maybe some more stores will get them in the color I want. I don't know why I passed up on them when Epaulet had them last year....always end up regretting these things later! Btw, those C&J are absolutely spectacular, but not feasible on my shoestring (sorry could not resist) student budget.

Thanks for all the help, I really appreciate it.

-palma

http://www.novoidplus.com/shop/mark-...oe-p-2665.html
post #70 of 93
Reviving this thread because my all time favorite saddles were restocked.

http://openingceremony.us/products.a...roductid=32823

Just ordered a pair
post #71 of 93
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Might as well go whole hog.



I think theses would be perfect if only the sole edge were rounded. Small potatoes, all things considered.

Who makes these?
post #72 of 93
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Who makes these?

Those are, if I'm not mistaken, made by Alden exclusive for leathersoul. I have lusted after those since I first saw them in 2009, but didn't pull the trigger (and have regretted it since). They are sold out, but I believe Tom & Co. re-ordered them.
http://www.leathersoulhawaii.com/200...n-saddle-shoe/
post #73 of 93
Nice choices fellas. I really do think Saddle shoes will sky rocket in popularity and in trends this year. I would recommend trying BASS Saddles shoes. There classic, timeless and relatively low in price. https://bassshoes.harborghb.com/ Give them a shot, I bet you'll enjoy them. I know I am!
Hope this helped.
http://urbanaesthetics.tumblr.com/
post #74 of 93


Johnston and Murphy. Very Comfy.
post #75 of 93
Saddle by Atlan

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