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post #14071 of 21992
kva, lanvin?
post #14072 of 21992
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Originally Posted by Jacob_G View Post

kva, lanvin?

what lanvin style?
post #14073 of 21992
KVA
post #14074 of 21992
Margiela GATs are probably the most comfortable sneakers I've worn, if I were to pick something to walk on for 10 straight hours, this would be it.
KVA is too wide even for me. Very clunky too. Now uncomfortable to the point my feet would hurt, but my foot can move around inside which can be annoying at times.
On the other end of the spectrum, Raf is pretty narrow but more comfortable than KVA.
Lanvins are pretty comfortable too, I could wear it and stand walking in it for hours. Wore it to Vegas before not much complaint.
For YSL, I only have the Rollins and it is still the flimsiest pair of sneakers ever, leather is paper thin. Good for lounging.
post #14075 of 21992
GATs were built for kombat after all, it's only natural they'll outperform anything else.
post #14076 of 21992
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Margiela GATs are probably the most comfortable sneakers I've worn, if I were to pick something to walk on for 10 straight hours, this would be it.
KVA is too wide even for me. Very clunky too. Now uncomfortable to the point my feet would hurt, but my foot can move around inside which can be annoying at times.
On the other end of the spectrum, Raf is pretty narrow but more comfortable than KVA.
Lanvins are pretty comfortable too, I could wear it and stand walking in it for hours. Wore it to Vegas before not much complaint.
For YSL, I only have the Rollins and it is still the flimsiest pair of sneakers ever, leather is paper thin. Good for lounging.

cool, thanks. ill try lanvin.
post #14077 of 21992
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Originally Posted by sipang View Post

GATs were built for kombat after all, it's only natural they'll outperform anything else.

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post #14078 of 21992
I didn't find Rafs very comfortable (velcros and astros). CPs are more comfortable for me, although it really varies across the models. I can see the new "premium" Achilles being a little more comfortable due to the extra padding, but I've never tried them myself.

MMMs are definitely the most comfortable designer sneakers that I've tried so far. I think I prefer the profile of Achilles, though...

I've never tried Lanvin. Maybe sometime in the future.
post #14079 of 21992
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I didn't find Rafs very comfortable (velcros and astros). CPs are more comfortable for me, although it really varies across the models. I can see the new "premium" Achilles being a little more comfortable due to the extra padding, but I've never tried them myself.

MMMs are definitely the most comfortable designer sneakers that I've tried so far. I think I prefer the profile of Achilles, though...

I've never tried Lanvin. Maybe sometime in the future.


thanks. honestly, i am finding the cps i have to be the least comfortable of the bunch. but they are new so they might come around.

trying to find a pair of lanvins in my size in a style i like.
post #14080 of 21992
i have 3 pairs of Rafs, and they all are uncomfortable. lanvin and pierre hardy are ok in terms of comfort. CPs too, but like everyone said the MMM gats are by far the comfiest.

throwing this pic up since i wore 'em yesterday:

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post #14081 of 21992
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Originally Posted by sexandcandy View Post

i have 3 pairs of Rafs, and they all are uncomfortable

haahhahaha
post #14082 of 21992
the rafs i own are all pretty comfortable. the nylon vandals i have are probably the narrowest, but my velcro highs, kelvstros and crazy lace pairs are all pretty comfortable. Lanvin lows feel heavier to me, so if you're in between sizes you may not find them as comfortable as others have said. I agree with the others saying gats are the most comfortable, though. For standing and driving I actually prefer them to nike frees even.
post #14083 of 21992
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Glad I opted to get these instead of the KVA surgerys in the end
post #14084 of 21992
good choice. those look awesome.
post #14085 of 21992
KVAs run big? So a 44 in CP would be a 43 in KVA?
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