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post #61 of 71
^ great price. Be wary of the last though. They are very narrow.
post #62 of 71

Great price, one of the cheapest I have ever seen.
post #63 of 71
Damn, I've already spent a ton of money on shoes lately.

But those are amazing looking shoes, especially in navy.
post #64 of 71

dear other travel:

 

Where did you see those tom ford shoes? what size is it please?

 

thanks in advance!

post #65 of 71

dear other travel:

 

Where did you see those tom ford shoes? what size is it please?

 

thanks in advance!

post #66 of 71
Maybe it's just me, but the earlier TF shoes seem to be nicer, particularly the sole details, than more recent years.
post #67 of 71
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Originally Posted by chobochobo View Post

Maybe it's just me, but the earlier TF shoes seem to be nicer, particularly the sole details, than more recent years.

I think they're generally the same quality for the high-end models. They also have cheaper models.
post #68 of 71
Hi Guys

There's been 2 different responses to the sizing of Tom's shoes.

I generally wear a 10 but as always it can vary by designer.
I've seen a bargain pair of brogues but they are a size 11 so I'm just debating if I could get away with them.

Thanks

Darren
post #69 of 71
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Originally Posted by DazNorthEast View Post

Hi Guys

There's been 2 different responses to the sizing of Tom's shoes.

I generally wear a 10 but as always it can vary by designer.
I've seen a bargain pair of brogues but they are a size 11 so I'm just debating if I could get away with them.

Thanks

Darren

Its not just varied by designer, even within the Tom Ford range i wear sizes ranging from 8.5 to 10.5. It depends on the model of shoe you are looking at. The best thing you can do is try and find a store that stocks them and try them on there before buying online, and this is not just because of different markings due to EU vs US sizing, i bought a pair of oxfords from the NYC store and i fit into a 9.5, from the same store i have a pair of loafers that i needed a 10.5 in, another pair of loafers from the same store same sales person etc i was a 10 although this loafer was a different design from the last one, and yet another pair of loafers this one a different design again but was going for a really good sale price at the woodbury outlet, they only had 10.5 and it fit me like clown shoes
post #70 of 71
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post #71 of 71
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

^ great price. Be wary of the last though. They are very narrow.

If you have wide feet you definitely need a TT.
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