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post #16 of 29
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Originally Posted by sygyzy
So you are saying the US sizes listed on the CT website is converted wrong, to the magnitude of being 1/2 size too large? So even if it has my size US 9, I should order 8.5?
I think that's right.
post #17 of 29
Thread Starter 
Great, very helpful. Speaking of helpful - I think every single thread of mine you've replied to, lawyerdad, you have been incredibly nice and helpful. Thanks for that.
post #18 of 29
Their shoes are made by Loake aren't they? I have a 10F Loake and it is my best fitting pair of shoes. Any Euro 44 also works a charm. Why do USA shoes have so many issues with the arch and closing the lacing? You never find this with UK and Euro shoes.
post #19 of 29
I have several pairs of Loake and CT shoes. For reference, I am a 9.5 D in an AE Mora. In CT and Loake, I take 8.5 UK a/k/a as a US 9. FWIW
post #20 of 29
Instead of creating a new thread, thought it'd be easier to ask in this one. Need some casual everyday boots and found some CT's that fit the bill for cheap. Ok now the question. When you click on the American flag to go to US pricing does that change the shoe sizes to US sizes as well or are they always shown as UK sizes? Thanks
post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by sygyzy View Post
Hi,

Thinking about getting some Chukkas from CT. How do they run, sizewise?

Thanks.

I have the 1880 Chukka from Loake (which is the CT chukka, I think). It's a nice shoe. I bought it in 10G. I normally wear 9.5G in Loake, but bought it before I knew that. It fits well, though.

With chukkas, buying half a size too big isn't a disaster, since the extra ankle support seems to help alleviate the problem.
post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by visionology View Post
Instead of creating a new thread, thought it'd be easier to ask in this one.

Need some casual everyday boots and found some CT's that fit the bill for cheap.

Ok now the question. When you click on the American flag to go to US pricing does that change the shoe sizes to US sizes as well or are they always shown as UK sizes?

Thanks

when you click on the UK flag, shoe sizes come up as 9 (UK), 9.5 (UK), etc.

when you click on the US flag, sizes come up as 9 (US), 9.5 (US), etc.

so i think it is pretty clear they are giving US sizes when in the US Flag/Pricing site, UK sizes when in the UK Flag/pricing site.

just keep in mind the comments above about sizing when buying US sized items.
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by itskub View Post
Just wondering if anyone has a a link to the 50% coupon ?

Thank you

is there really a 50% off coupon?
post #24 of 29
There is almost always a 50% off coupon floating somewhere.
post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by NoVaguy View Post
when you click on the UK flag, shoe sizes come up as 9 (UK), 9.5 (UK), etc. when you click on the US flag, sizes come up as 9 (US), 9.5 (US), etc. so i think it is pretty clear they are giving US sizes when in the US Flag/Pricing site, UK sizes when in the UK Flag/pricing site. just keep in mind the comments above about sizing when buying US sized items.
Thanks, It's very confusing because they don't tell you what sizes they are using. Typically websites will put a small (US) or (UK) next to the sizes so you can tell when more than one country is involved. I wear a 9.5US but was going to purchase a 8.5UK so I think now that I would have to get a 9US to make it equivalent to a 8.5UK according to their chart. Whew... EDIT: Just checked. Was going to get the desert boot and they only offer half sizes, no full sizes (not sure why, doesn't mention they were sold out) so does anyone know how these run if different than the typical dress lineup? They also don't say US or UK next to the sizes like the dress shoes...
post #26 of 29
try emailing them to find out. let us know what the final answer is.
post #27 of 29
Generally, their US size conversion is large. If you're a 9.5 US, an 8.5UK would probably be best.
post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by j View Post
Generally, their US size conversion is large. If you're a 9.5 US, an 8.5UK would probably be best.

Yeah I figured the same but unfortunately their 8.5UK according to their conversion would be a 9US and they only offer half sizes. So I either would have to go with a 9.5US (9UK Tyrwhitt sizing) or an 8.5US(8UK Tyrwhitt sizing). This is unless of course the sizes listed on the website for the Desert Boot are in fact UK sizes and I would just grab an 8.5UK...

I emailed their customer support and have sent and email back and forth, hopefully it will be resolved and if so I will post the results here.
post #29 of 29
The CT boots I got from Elite Forum fitted okay around the toes, but were very wide at the heel. They were sold in UK sizes, so I don't think I got a wrong size. They're just wide-fitting.
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