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I recently purchased daltons in 9D. I am finding that they fit very well with medium socks. However, after an hour (on carpet) the knuckle/bone of my left pinky toe at the widest part of my foot has some pain and becomes sore when walking. Seems to be rubbing/compacting that spot when walking. My right foot is perfectly fine. Is it advisable to go with an E width or size up to 9.5D? Or maybe tough it out to see if it stretches a little near my pinky toe. Trying to stretch it seems inadvisable though. I'm just concerned everywhere else will become too spacious in the boot.

 

I have a pair of Daltons in 9D and they pinch might right toe a little bit depending on the day. I have a pair in 9.5D as well that feel okay, but they are kind of long. I put an insole in and they fit fine now. 

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I picked a 75° & rainy day to wear my

Brown Shell Townley's

(SMU that was supposed to go to Germany)

OTC merino wool socks from Lands' End

I'm going to have to polish these guys tonight.
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I've definitely got a new favourite. I posted a picture of these last night while I was still in the shop with them, but after taking them home and worshiping them I cannot get them off my mind.

 

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Those the Dundee?
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Yeah

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just ordered mora 2.0s in black and brown fifth avenues from the shoebank. wanted to go with the patriots but venturing into unknown sizing didn't seem like a great idea. thanks to those that helped me get to the point of ordering
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Tweed season has arrived, perfect with brown cordovan Strands. Outdoor and office lighting. 

 

Picked up my orthotic insoles for arch support today so not thrilled with the lacing gap in the second pic after I put them in. Might need to change the sizing. The Strands are still pretty new so have some breaking in to do, that gap should close up a bit.

 

 

 

 

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looks like you may have to size up in width or get a smaller orthotic. 

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Tweed season has arrived, perfect with brown cordovan Strands. Outdoor and office lighting. 

Picked up my orthotic insoles for arch support today so not thrilled with the lacing gap in the second pic after I put them in. Might need to change the sizing. The Strands are still pretty new so have some breaking in to do, that gap should close up a bit.








Doesn't look too bad. As long as its comfortable....
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Tweed season has arrived, perfect with brown cordovan Strands. Outdoor and office lighting. 

 

Picked up my orthotic insoles for arch support today so not thrilled with the lacing gap in the second pic after I put them in. Might need to change the sizing. The Strands are still pretty new so have some breaking in to do, that gap should close up a bit.

 

 

 

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Love the pants and also try lacing them traditional method for a few wears as that will allow you to pull the lacing gap close as you can apply more pressure and re-adjust a few times during the day..after a few wears the gap should close up and yo can go back to the above pictured lace style..I have had success doing that on some calf bal's

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Originally Posted by Burzan View Post
 

Tweed season has arrived, perfect with brown cordovan Strands. Outdoor and office lighting. 

 

Picked up my orthotic insoles for arch support today so not thrilled with the lacing gap in the second pic after I put them in. Might need to change the sizing. The Strands are still pretty new so have some breaking in to do, that gap should close up a bit.

 

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Nice pants, where are they from?

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Out of curiosity, do you guys usually call the store listed on the ShoeBank website when you order? Or do you usually call your trusted store and they source it for you? I always end up calling the store listed...but would prefer to build a relationship with one store if possible.
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Anyone know if the outlet stores will do any door buster special at mid night like last year?
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looks like you may have to size up in width or get a smaller orthotic. 

 

 

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Doesn't look too bad. As long as its comfortable....

 

 

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Love the pants and also try lacing them traditional method for a few wears as that will allow you to pull the lacing gap close as you can apply more pressure and re-adjust a few times during the day..after a few wears the gap should close up and yo can go back to the above pictured lace style..I have had success doing that on some calf bal's

 

 

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Nice pants, where are they from?

 

 

Thanks guys, will try traditional lacing for a couple of wearings. I have already been able to snug them up a bit during the day as I have been wearing. Good news is that these are one of my most snug shoes so the orthotic should fit in everything else without issue.

 

 

 

Pants are Bonobos from last winter. Snagged them on sale for around $90 at the time and could not be happier with them. 

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Out of curiosity, do you guys usually call the store listed on the ShoeBank website when you order? Or do you usually call your trusted store and they source it for you? I always end up calling the store listed...but would prefer to build a relationship with one store if possible.

 

Build a relationship!  Your SA will take great care of you if you are a regular customer.  This is true in life way beyond shoe purchasing, by the way. 

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