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post #721 of 1727
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Feel better Stitchy!
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thanks buddy!
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Here's my Bannister, which is the Coe without the medallion/pattern.
7WK last, fits wide. Best to size a FULL size down
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looks great lee. hanjoy.
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It was a challenge... nod[1].gif

you done well mouse. you should be proud.
post #722 of 1727
finally tried on the shoes. fit is excellent!! thanks sarah for the rec!
post #723 of 1727
^ stitch, how did you size?
post #724 of 1727
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^ stitch, how did you size?

10.5 UK, same as i size in C&Js, zegna and sutors. carmina and G&G i wear an 11. go figure. puzzled.gif
post #725 of 1727
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10.5 UK, same as i size in C&Js, zegna and sutors. carmina and G&G i wear an 11. go figure. puzzled.gif

Do you have medium-wide feet?

I have medium-narrow feet and feel that sizing ONE whole size down is best.
post #726 of 1727
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Do you have medium-wide feet?
I have medium-narrow feet and feel that sizing ONE whole size down is best.

idk really. ive always been a standard 12D in US sizing, but ive never had a shoe that felt too wide. so i guess i lean more towards the medium-wide. but the thing is, on the shoes i wear a 10.5 in, the issue was more that the 11s were too long, and my heel was slipping out.
post #727 of 1727
For the 7WK last, I was recommended to sized down 1/2 size by Sarah, based on submitting my foot tracing measurements.

Based on that I had MTO a pair of suede brogue, but find it too lose and now use a gel insole to achieve optimal fit.

This time around, for my Bannister, I went a whole size and the fit is spot on.
post #728 of 1727
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post

For the 7WK last, I was recommended to sized down 1/2 size by Sarah, based on submitting my foot tracing measurements.
Based on that I had MTO a pair of suede brogue, but find it too lose and now use a gel insole to achieve optimal fit.
This time around, for my Bannister, I went a whole size and the fit is spot on.

icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif glad you worked it out lee!
post #729 of 1727
ARGH! Finally on the way back from vacation but the shoes I wanted have been sold. ffffuuuu.gif
post #730 of 1727
Sarah/Julian,

Any plans to bring new models from the AS Exclusive line?
post #731 of 1727
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ARGH! Finally on the way back from vacation but the shoes I wanted have been sold. ffffuuuu.gif

Booooo, you know better D, the trick is to have a box (or two) waiting for you when you return from vacation. Tisk
post #732 of 1727
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10.5 UK, same as i size in C&Js, zegna and sutors. carmina and G&G i wear an 11. go figure. puzzled.gif

Interesting Stitch. You look like a us11.5 to me. You should buy my small sized shoes biggrin.gif
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Interesting Stitch. You look like a us11.5 to me. You should buy my small sized shoes biggrin.gif

probs, cuz my foot actually measures 11.5 inches. maybe the US sized shoes i have bought (mostly ferragamo) just run small.

ill gladly TAKE ur shoes. thnx!
post #734 of 1727

I look for a suede chucka, mainly for cold weather use, and find to AS models on sales HAVANT and REDGRAVE.

How would you describe the difference?

post #735 of 1727
The AS Havant has a slightly lighter weight sole and natural welt and heel stack and the AS Redgrave is slightly more substantial - both use the same suede and lining but the AS Redgrave have an oval cut out inside showing the style and size and is AS Exclusive spec - both very nice.
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