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Grenson Updates

post #1 of 30
Thread Starter 
The Grensons availability are updated, things have ben added in and deleted, and hopefully all is good now, there are some 13's and a 12 and a few sizes in 9-101/2 that had been left in peoples carts.
post #2 of 30
Please tell me hill to toe measurement of size 9D and 9.5D on average.

Thank you.
post #3 of 30
A great monkstrap is available in size 9D . . . almost enough for me to consider foot binding.

http://www.benniesshoes.com/Merchant...ory_Code=Size9
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What would you wear this shoe with?
post #5 of 30
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by MilanoStyle
Please tell me hill to toe measurement of size 9D and 9.5D on average.

Thank you.
That is going to vary depending upon the shoe
post #6 of 30
If someone has shoes that do not fit well, is it appropriate that they be posted here? It may save shipping. You know, shipping directly to the new buyer vs. shipping back to Chris and then to the new buyer.
post #7 of 30
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Originally Posted by oscarthewild
If someone has shoes that do not fit well, is it appropriate that they be posted here? It may save shipping. You know, shipping directly to the new buyer vs. shipping back to Chris and then to the new buyer.

Only if those shoes are 10.5 and they want to sell them to me at a discount
post #8 of 30
Chris,
Please kindly let me know Hill to toe measurement for 9D 52 and 10D 84.

Thank you
post #9 of 30
I'm considering these but need s ome feedback, am I crazy? Plus I normaly wear a 9 in running shoes but tend to prefer a tight fit for dress shoes so I'm usually going for a 8.5 and they fit fine, will that be the case with those? http://www.benniesshoes.com/Merchant...ry_Code=Size85
post #10 of 30
You are not crazy. I don't really like ANY shoes with a bicycle toe, even simulated, but these are among the best I've seen. If they're too red for you, that can be toned down with polishing.
post #11 of 30
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser
A great monkstrap is available in size 9D . . . almost enough for me to consider foot binding.

http://www.benniesshoes.com/Merchant...ory_Code=Size9

I agree, it's a great shoe and unfortunately not available in my size either.
post #12 of 30
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Originally Posted by chorse123
You are not crazy. I don't really like ANY shoes with a bicycle toe, even simulated, but these are among the best I've seen. If they're too red for you, that can be toned down with polishing.

I don't like bicycle toes either, but I kind of like this one. There was also a pair of bicycle-toed loafers I liked, and I don't care for loafers.
post #13 of 30
I really shouldn't buy a pair of shoes, but can anyone tell me how these run compared to the EG 202? A 202 UK10 fits me perfectly.
post #14 of 30
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Originally Posted by j
I really shouldn't buy a pair of shoes, but can anyone tell me how these run compared to the EG 202? A 202 UK10 fits me perfectly.


From my limited experience, it depends a little on the lasts. The PS 4 figure last 8002 or 9002 run a little larger. I would say mostly a 10.5, but maybe a 10 in the shell cordovans. Those were much larger than others marked the same size.

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post #15 of 30
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Originally Posted by oscarthewild
From my limited experience, it depends a little on the lasts. The PS 4 figure last 8002 or 9002 run a little larger. I would say mostly a 10.5, but maybe a 10 in the shell cordovans. Those were much larger than others marked the same size.

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Crap, I was afraid of that. That means there are a bunch in my size that I could use. Hey Chris, how does Bennie's feel about graft?
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