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post #31 of 38
What was the difference between your normal size and the SF's? Thinking about getting a pair myself...

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I got the SF Tramezza Fervido bit loafers in the mail and I am very happy. The fit is almost spot on (I say "almost" because my right foot is wider than my left so in any RTW shoes the fit is never perfect for me) and I really like the styling. I like that it's a loafer, which gives a casual air, but it's sleeker and more stylish than, say, AE loafers. Thanks to diorshoe for the size information.
post #32 of 38
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According to reputable sources on this forum the Ferragamos run a bit small. I normally wear a US 10.5 EEE in Allen Edmonds (I have some AEs in 11 E, but these don't fit as well as the ones I have in 10.5 EEE) so I got the Ferragamos a half size bigger. The Ferragamos are a size 11 EE. As for the width a EE actually fits me a little bit better than my AEs that are a EEE, but AE doesn't make a EE. Basically, I think you can stick with the same width, just go a half size bigger.
post #33 of 38
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Here is this week's mid-range shoe damage. Salvatore Ferragamo Tramezza Merald II Monkstrap.





post #34 of 38
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Here is this week's mid-range shoe damage. Salvatore Ferragamo Tramezza Merald II Monkstrap. ...
Not bad at all. Is the colour shown in the photo close to their actual colour?
post #35 of 38
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Originally Posted by skalogre
Not bad at all. Is the colour shown in the photo close to their actual colour?

Yes, it's pretty close. Actually in real life it looks a little better than in the pictures. The shoe came already antiqued so I don't have to mess with it and it doesn't show up as much in the picture as you can tell from looking at the shoe itself.
post #36 of 38
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Here is this weeks mid-range shoe damage: Crockett & Jones (benchgrade) Bedford from Pediwear:





post #37 of 38
awesome shoes, nice avatar. that from the final world cup game? that was funny.
post #38 of 38
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This week's mid-range shoe damage: John Lobb Wallace double monk in dark oak:







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