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you will find them one day.


dude...they don't exist!
Why the hell are you making shit up on this board?!?!?
post #152 of 182
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dude...they don't exist! Why the hell are you making shit up on this board?!?!?
http://www.tresbienshop.net/brand/yuketen/ click on the above link and shoe and read. you can even click on the picture of the shoe several times to see that they are indeed e width. as i already mentioned, there is a list of many other retailers that have e width on page 9. enjoy.
post #153 of 182
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http://www.tresbienshop.net/brand/yuketen/

click on the above link and shoe and read. you can even click on the picture of the shoe several times to see that they are indeed e width.

as i already mentioned, there is a list of many other retailers that have e width on page 9. enjoy.

What on earth are you talking about? Where does it say those are E width? are you making shit up again based on what you believe the shoe looks like?!?!?!?
post #154 of 182
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What on earth are you talking about? Where does it say those are E width? are you making shit up again based on what you believe the shoe looks like?!?!?!?
http://www.tresbienshop.net/brand/yu...loafer-chicago this one specifically states E while the others do not. try calling/shooting TBS an email but more than likely they got the identical width in all of the orders. I highly doubt they changed width depending on the model and probably just put a full size run of select styles all with "standard" E width edit: the second one also has a picture showing E width
post #155 of 182
i was to lazy to post those pics.
post #156 of 182
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http://www.tresbienshop.net/brand/yu...loafer-chicago this one specifically states E while the others do not. try calling/shooting TBS an email but more than likely they got the identical width in all of the orders. I highly doubt they changed width depending on the model and probably just put a full size run of select styles all with "standard" E width edit: the second one also has a picture showing E width
where can i buy the shoe in the pic, not the link?
post #157 of 182
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where can i buy the shoe in the pic, not the link?
its the second one at tres bien shop http://www.tresbienshop.net/brand/yu...hoe-dark-brown
post #158 of 182
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its the second one at tres bien shop

http://www.tresbienshop.net/brand/yu...hoe-dark-brown

thanks for the link to that photo.
however, if you e-mail them at tresbienshop....and yes, they speak fluent English...they will tell you that despite the pictures, they have no E width...everything is medium width (= American "D").
post #159 of 182
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thanks for the link to that photo.
however, if you e-mail them at tresbienshop....and yes, they speak fluent English...they will tell you that despite the pictures, they have no E width...everything is medium width (= American "D").

LOL.
post #160 of 182
hey rkd, do you or know if mauro has anymore of those buckler "sb" socks? mina just ruined a pair of mine.
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hey rkd, do you or know if mauro has anymore of those buckler "sb" socks? mina just ruined a pair of mine.

im like 99% sure everything he has leftover has been sold, given away, or in my sales thread now. so yeah sorry
post #162 of 182
Yuketen shoes generally run more narrow than Quoddy... I do believe that a lot of them are made in 'e' width, those would be comparable to a quoddy D.
post #163 of 182
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Yuketen shoes generally run more narrow than Quoddy... I do believe that a lot of them are made in 'e' width, those would be comparable to a quoddy D.

true.
post #164 of 182
Not sure where all the posted shops are and I'm not interested enough to look at those I'm not famliar with, but I believe that, at least for some shoemakers, a European "E" is equivalent to a US "D." For example, look at the sizing chart from Sanders & Sanders. Maybe the shoes marked "E" are for the European market? Or maybe you're just shit out of luck. No Yuketens for you...
post #165 of 182
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Originally Posted by vespajg View Post
Not sure where all the posted shops are and I'm not interested enough to look at those I'm not famliar with, but I believe that, at least for some shoemakers, a European "E" is equivalent to a US "D." For example, look at the sizing chart from Sanders & Sanders. Maybe the shoes marked "E" are for the European market? Or maybe you're just shit out of luck. No Yuketens for you...

Yes, I actually know the guys that run the Tres bien shop. Despite all the pictures and the claims, they told me they do not carry Yuketen "E" widths.
Actually, in europe, nobody has heard of "E" widths....shoes usually come only in one width for any given size.

The Tres bien shop folks did, however, tell me that one of the advantages of Quoddy was that you could order directly from Quoddy, widths ranging from US B to US EEE....so it is more customizable.
Quoddy is having quite the rep among the fashionista hipsters of London in particular....

Without publically divulging private jokes and private comments, the width issue has again to do with Yuketen's target market, where "E" widths are not really in demand.
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