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Just got a pair of Tod's off Ebay

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I just got a pair of Tod's driving mocs of Ebay and they are entirely too big for me. And I'm pissed. They're marked 44/10 but they're at least as big as an 11. Is this normal?
post #2 of 8
I always sized down half a size when I used to buy mocs. Over a full size too big does sound a little odd though..
post #3 of 8
You bought a brand of shoes you weren't familiar with off eBay and they don't fit properly? Strange.
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There's a print-out sizing guide on the website I think...
post #5 of 8
i have found tod's fit to be rather large.
post #6 of 8
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They're marked 44/10 but they're at least as big as an 11. Is this normal?

Tod's doesn't use US sizing. The 44 is European and 10 is UK, so they should be about an 11 US. If the seller listed them as a US 10 you may have grounds for a return. If this is so I'd get in touch with the seller.
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Tod's doesn't use US sizing. The 44 is European and 10 is UK, so they should be about an 11 US. If the seller listed them as a US 10 you may have grounds for a return. If this is so I'd get in touch with the seller.

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Originally Posted by jmix1 View Post
Tod's doesn't use US sizing. The 44 is European and 10 is UK, so they should be about an 11 US. If the seller listed them as a US 10 you may have grounds for a return. If this is so I'd get in touch with the seller.

Thanks, my friend might be interested in taking them off my hands, but if he passes then I'll def look into the return.
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