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Alden - variations in barrie and tremont last

post #1 of 4
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From what I know the the barrie an tremont last are supposed to be similar. I have the longwings in the 9.5D which fit well, I have a plain toe Blucher in 10D which fits pretty well (a tad loose, but the 9.5D was too tight on the side of my foot), I have a split toe boot that fits well in a 9.5D and some classic cordovan wingtips in 10D (tremont last, a little loose but 9.5 D seemed tight).

Question is are all these variations normal within the same/similar lasts or when shoes feel a little tight as in the case of the 9.5D plain toe Blucher, does one just need to bite the bullet and attempt to break them in?
post #2 of 4
Is it really necessary to open bunch of threads related to Alden shoes? There are hundreds of threads related to Alden. Moreover,there is a thread dedicated to Alden only in SW&D,you can find pretty much any info there. Did you bother to check it?
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let me attempt to answer this for the OP:

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Is it really necessary to open bunch of threads related to Alden shoes?
yes


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Originally Posted by forex View Post
There are hundreds of threads related to Alden.

wrong asshole, only dozens

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Originally Posted by forex View Post
Moreover,there is a thread dedicated to Alden only in SW&D,you can find pretty much any info there. Did you bother to check it?

of course no.
post #4 of 4
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Forex: I looked and couldn't readily find an answer. If you don't have any relevant information, please simply skip my post and don't reply. It doesn't give you a right to be rude just because you have 4,000+ posts.
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