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post #91 of 136
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Originally Posted by zazaza View Post
i've found grensons G width to be pretty wide (wider than a US D)
if possible i'd try to get length/width measurements for them ahead of ordering to help decide

that's great advice--i just sent an email, with my own shoe measurements. i usually feel bad about asking these questions, but when i'm spending a considerable amount of money, i know i shouldn't.

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Originally Posted by JohnnyLaw View Post
I'm usually a 9D and Grenson Sharps in 8G are comfortable, even roomy on me.

cheers, this is what most people seem to have said (1 size down, though everyone says that "they'll post up their responses once they come in" and they never do). i am primarily worried about the difference that wearing boot socks will have on sizing.
post #92 of 136
Most of the posts here are very bad and unworthy of review.

Great link here to Alfred Sargent's brogue boots.

http://alfred-sargent.blogspot.com/2...0-last-77.html
post #93 of 136
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post
Most of the posts here are very bad and unworthy of review.

Great link here to Alfred Sargent's brogue boots.

http://alfred-sargent.blogspot.com/2...0-last-77.html

Really subtle way to try and get traffic on your amateur blog, twat.
post #94 of 136
I still love my Duckie cordovan proxy specials.
post #95 of 136
those look really good, who! how much did they run you? really like the pair on the right.
post #96 of 136
I got them on sale last year but retail was around $595 iirc.
post #97 of 136
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Originally Posted by blue squares View Post

These are mine

I bought the other version of that boot from gilt and returned it. The leather is really plasticky
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post #99 of 136
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Originally Posted by Doctor View Post

Not bad actually. The black version looks nice, too.

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Originally Posted by whodini View Post

Noiiceeee!!!

I am about to pull the trigger on a pair of Tricker's Stow. Most likely going for the custom made route via Shoe Healer...
post #100 of 136
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
Really subtle way to try and get traffic on your amateur blog, twat.

Typical Style Forum idiocy--you aren't even smart enough to know that ins't my blog. If you wish to slam me, please restrain yourself from making crap up. I have no association--other than as a satisfied customer--with Alfred Sargent.

The sad part is that if someone had posted a picture from G+G no one would have done this. Pitiful attempt to take away from a great company making great shoes. Sad really.
post #101 of 136
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post


I still love my Duckie cordovan proxy specials.

The ones on the right are
post #102 of 136
Well, the one on the right is a boot...
post #103 of 136
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Well, the one on the right is a boot...

Really?
post #104 of 136
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
Really?

Yes. For some reason you do not appear to know what the thread is about yet you go around casting aspersions upon others who are actually on point. You should probably stop before you hurt yourself.
post #105 of 136
Anyone have first hand experience with the sizing on the Grenson Freds? I tried out the size 7 UK boots in person, and they seemed fairly loose on me. I'm planning on sizing down to a 6.5UK, but that's a full size smaller than I usually wear - 8.5US in dress shoes and Chucks, 9US in most sneakers. Are Grenson boots usually that far off?
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