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Originally Posted by Jazzmenco View Post

The model I got was a G width, I imagine (hope) that it is not much wider than the F.

I don't think the G is particularly wide (though I probably couldn't fit an F at all). I actually wear a G with full 3mm PRET (?) addition in the width. I have a few early pairs in G width that I've begun to send back to be relasted/resoled to the expanded width.

Fingers crossed but I think you'll be fine!
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I wear G with with 5mm width addition...
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

I wear G with with 5mm width addition...

Same for my right foot. In G&G, I wear an F width which feels significantly wider than this.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post


Same for my right foot. In G&G, I wear an F width which feels significantly wider than this.

 

Keep in mind that Saint Crispin's uses four (4) widths, whereas other makers usually only use three (3) widths for the same range of variance, such that the difference between widths is typically more pronounced in other makers.  

 

Additionally, width, regardless of make, most often refers more to forefoot and heel volume, i.e., three dimensions, than simple two-dimensional width. 

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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

I wear G with with 5mm width addition...

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Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post

Same for my right foot. In G&G, I wear an F width which feels significantly wider than this.

Hmm, I'm not sure which PRET I have now, but it's nbd.

At least I'm in good company!

My G&G F width (wide) shoes were narrower than my St.C G width (wide) shoes. I actually cringe thinking of how I ever got the G&Gs on!
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