Thanks Colonel, for the encouragement and additional information. Both are appreciated.
My best to you, as well.
I can't speak definitively about Alden or Allen Edmonds fittings but a Cheaney F width is an old Dack F or EE width . In other words quite wide and nowhere near a Medium or D width.They are using Cheaney Lasts and not Dack Lasts for a reason -- they are looking for a full fit , somewhat based on the demands of the average British customer. Daxman.
From what I can see this is a very unusual style for a Dack. The numbers I referred to are for style, size , last , and lot # / date. This should be 2 lines of numbers and easily readable if you can get a pic of the inside as well. If all there is, is "29", then it cannot be an actual Dack shoe. Maybe someone glued in a Dack sockliner. Again that style is not typical for their golf shoes. Daxman.
Well-----this a golf shoe made of Corfam-- a synthetic , not leather. The idea was that it would deal with dampness much better than the traditional leather shoe. I .haven't seen one in decades.Dack's tried these in the 70's and gave up on them because they would break open at the inseam --in the welt area --and could not be satisfactorally restitched . This spelled the end of that program . Beautiful style in beautiful colour combinations , but a shoe that would not stand up to normal usage.We sold all of the last ones at drastic discounts and designated " final sale ". This one pictured must be something new - can't be 35- 40 yrs old , can it ?? If a new styling they must have all the bugs out by now. Original price would've been $400.--500.--so you can make your price based on that. Daxman.