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Wow! Congratulations!

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Herring Sundhurst by Cheaney in the wild

 

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Herring Fencote by Cheaney

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Received these couple of days ago ..


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This week I was wearing Herring Fencote by Cheaney - beautiful shoes

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If you don't mind me asking Dembowski, how do you find the fit of the 11028 last? Narrow? Generous?

 

Really like the look of the last.

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Originally Posted by BrooksLauren77 View Post

If you don't mind me asking Dembowski, how do you find the fit of the 11028 last? Narrow? Generous?

Really like the look of the last.
Ive got a similar pair (with gray suede) in a G width for my high instep. I actually find them really good fitting. I often find a few of my I other shoes in G width slightly too loose. So you could probably conclude its a narrower last. They are great shoes and get many comments on them.
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If you don't mind me asking Dembowski, how do you find the fit of the 11028 last? Narrow? Generous?

Really like the look of the last.
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Originally Posted by OzWino View Post

Ive got a similar pair (with gray suede) in a G width for my high instep. I actually find them really good fitting. I often find a few of my I other shoes in G width slightly too loose. So you could probably conclude its a narrower last. They are great shoes and get many comments on them.

I have the Herring Gladstones made by Cheaney in a 6.5 G fit in that last. My most comfortable shoe by far. For reference, I wear a 7 US EEE in Allen Edmonds 65 last (not so good), and Church Ryder suede boots in a 6.5 g fit (fit okay, but not nearly as well as the Gladstones). The 11028 fit best. I was thinking of trying the 175 Cheaney last. Any thoughts on whether I should go f or g fit, as I am told it is a wider last. I have trouble finding lasts that work so am always looking for other lasts/shoes that might work.

Odd that the 11028 is a narrower last but works so well.
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@BrooksLauren77 - It is very difficult question, which always will be followed up by subjective answear. Herring provides 11028 inF & G fitting. I have it in F and in my opinion it is not narrow, but proper and standard  F, which is a little bit longer, what makes it look nice.

 

Comparing my Herring Fencote in 7.5 F to other brands, if it help:

 

- similar to Yanko 915 - I wear 7.5 too

- similar to Barker 386 

- larger than AS 109, 99 by 0.5 size - I wear size 8

- larger than Meermin in Hiro by 0.5 size - I wear size 8

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Thank you all for your answers.

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Hi

 

Some good prices on Cheaneys in the Hacket sale

 

 

http://www.hackett.com/accessories/shop-by-product/shoes

 

 

Cheers

 

Carl.

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Cheaneys Summer sale now on

 

http://www.cheaney.co.uk/mens-shoes/4/sale

 

Free Worldwide delivery on all orders over £140

 

Cheers

 

Carl

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Just purchased a pair of Howard R's through Shoehealer. Just about have them broken in. I may not wear any of my other shoes all summer! smile.gif Plus, I can't imagine any better customer service than that given by Richard and Michelle at Shoehealer. What genuine, knowledgeable, helpful people.
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Just purchased a pair of Howard R's through Shoehealer. Just about have them broken in. I may not wear any of my other shoes all summer! smile.gif Plus, I can't imagine any better customer service than that given by Richard and Michelle at Shoehealer. What genuine, knowledgeable, helpful people.


+1. They're great, aren't they. I like Loake and have bought a few pairs from Shoehealer - quick delivery and just amazing service.

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