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post #91 of 1912
i had to go down to a size 6, i'm a size 7 in everything. small feet ftl.
post #92 of 1912
with all of the various size differences between my shoes, it gets confusing =/
post #93 of 1912
damn distressed brown is a nice...back to square one!
post #94 of 1912
I was told 9us in Dayton's sizing for 9uk in church's and 11.5 Adidas. will be measuring and sending them the measurements as they have shown using their measurement guide. i am still waiting for post of those who had their sizing done in Dayton's shop itself.
post #95 of 1912
Is the measurement guide available online?
Or can you upload it.
post #96 of 1912
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post
damn distressed brown is a nice...back to square one!
feels the best out of all of them...soft as the store cat.
post #97 of 1912
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Originally Posted by Nezero View Post
I'm a 8EUK in Loakes.

I thought that correlated to 8 on Brannock Device but based on what someone else said where they said they are 9->42 EU this does not compute.


What colour would be the most versatile?

UK sizes are usually considered ~ one size larger than US sizes, so 8 UK = 42 EU = 9 US. As others have indicated, you'd probably want to go down one to 1.5 US sizes to an 8 US or a 7.5 US. Since you're an E width (which is considered wide in US sizes), that may mean you'll only want to go down one to an 8 US.

As for colors, that's entirely your call, boss. You're looking at black, brown, or charcoal. All of them are fairly versatile. If you already have boots that you like and wear in one of those colors, maybe consider a different color?

I went with charcoal (which is nubuck instead of oiled leather), mostly because I already have some brown boots that I wear and I think the charcoal nubuck is a little more interesting and unique.
post #98 of 1912
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Is the measurement guide available online?
Or can you upload it.

Its on their site.
post #99 of 1912
So i never post here but I feel like I should contribute to this by showing people my boots i got straight from dayton. I got charcoal nubuck. Ive had them since christmas.




Just bend them a bit they look identical to the W+H

post #100 of 1912
^nice picks, seriously tempting. Someone buy my ps boots so I can justify getting the nubuck (i have the w+h brown).
post #101 of 1912
^ good man thanks for posting that. i'm gonna go with the oiled brown so I can break them in myself, like denim!
post #102 of 1912
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Originally Posted by blynch View Post
^nice picks, seriously tempting. Someone buy my ps boots so I can justify getting the nubuck (i have the w+h brown).

Fuck those boots are so nice- I would cancel my brown daytons and do those had they been an 8.
post #103 of 1912
^^ Thanks for the pics man. These will most likely or so clear some doubts
most of them were concerned about. Just missing the leather laces here. Nubuck looks sweet. I am going with the brown.
post #104 of 1912
Those PS boots are awesome stuff.[SPOILER][/SPOILER] Some shld kop them.
post #105 of 1912
This is pretty much what I'm going to do with mine- instead of a water dip, I'm just going to tie them in a ball, and let them sit a day.
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