Ricky, essentially yes. My initial pair were only worn indoors for a few hours. Long enough for me to realize they were too big. The guys at Bakers are first rate. I said, "I'm worried on the fit for these, and just wanted your advice before I wear them outdoors". We had a few lengthy phone conversations, and ended up speculating on the correct size. I then sent them back, and they ordered the second pair at the next size down and a width out (plus addition of leather lining). Bingo, bango, bongo
Hi, does anyone have a picture of the below makeup?
Leather: Natural Chrome Excel
Hardware: Antique eyes and hooks
Midsole: Double leather midsole
Outsole: vibram 430
Heel: Standard heel, lowered 1/4in
Edge Stain: Natural
Sole Stitching: Single Row, Close Trim
Toe Cap: None
Toe Box: non celastic
Pull Loops: No
I am trying to see if the soles are going to be too thick, and if the non celastic and sole combo would be too streamlined shoe with a big clunky sole.
I think that a double midsole is going to look weird in that build, mostly in contrast with the close trim. I think double midsole no celastic could work, but double midsole close trim sounds weirdly contradictory.
Inclined to agree with hollows, Boogie Nights Might give you a hint of what they may look like, double leather sole without the added vibram looks fine though or the choices you are looking at with the standard edge.