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post #10771 of 21791
they fit me all exactly the same. in a way, they are the same shoe with a different toe. i wear a GG 11UK in all lasts and they are all comfy as hell. ymmv, but that is my experience.
post #10772 of 21791
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

they fit me all exactly the same. in a way, they are the same shoe with a different toe. i wear a GG 11UK in all lasts and they are all comfy as hell. ymmv, but that is my experience.
Is the toe box space different? Specifically in the DG70 compared to the TG73?
post #10773 of 21791
They all feel literally exactly the same to me. Maybe I have skinny toes?
post #10774 of 21791
I have to go a half a size up on TG73
post #10775 of 21791
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Is the toe box space different? Specifically in the DG70 compared to the TG73?

I have the same size in all four lasts. For me DG70 is a bit tighter than the others but the reason for that could be the model (punched cap toe).
post #10776 of 21791
Same size with the 70, 71, 73, and 14. The fit differences aren't too significant for me.
post #10777 of 21791
the only one i have not tried is the deco. anyone here find it to fit any different?
post #10778 of 21791
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the only one i have not tried is the deco. anyone here find it to fit any different?

 

Elongated, so it "feels" slightly longer than the other lasts.  I actually found E width to be just fine for me in Deco after a couple of wears, whereas I typically take an F width in G&G.

post #10779 of 21791
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Elongated, so it "feels" slightly longer than the other lasts.  I actually found E width to be just fine for me in Deco after a couple of wears, whereas I typically take an F width in G&G.

 

   do you find the deco instep height any different from the 'standard' line ?

post #10780 of 21791
thanks, good to know. one day i will have my rogers on foot. courtesy of nick @ BE of course.
post #10781 of 21791

What size are you in Murrican shoes, Stitchoid?  AE, Alden?

post #10782 of 21791
I own neither AE (nor would I ever. barf) nor Alden, and I dont think I have bought American shoes since I joined SF, but last I did I was 98% of the time a US12, and with some shoes, a US11.5.
post #10783 of 21791
I size an 11 EEE for AE (although it has been a bit), and 10.5 G in GG. Not sure if that helps...
post #10784 of 21791
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   do you find the deco instep height any different from the 'standard' line ?

 

Yes, to a certain extent.  The instep height is primarily why E width doesn't work for me in typical G&G, so the E working for me in the Deco last was surprising, particularly in that the instep (after a couple of wears, mind) was just fine.

post #10785 of 21791
rothchilds on foot


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