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those are really nice
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Some sizing help please. I'm looking at the EG Berkeley on the 202, would a size UK 10.5 E be comparable to my normal AE size of 10.5 EEE? I'm trying to pick up my first pair, but lack sizing knowledge and local availability. Thanks for the help.
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Some sizing help please. I'm looking at the EG Berkeley on the 202, would a size UK 10.5 E be comparable to my normal AE size of 10.5 EEE? I'm trying to pick up my first pair, but lack sizing knowledge and local availability. Thanks for the help.

You could be able to squeeze into the EG E width on the 202 since its an accommodating last but realistically a US EEE width is roughly equal to an Edward Green F width.

Citishoes in New York and Edwards of Manchester offer F width EG shoes
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Originally Posted by Knowledge is King View Post

You could be able to squeeze into the EG E width on the 202 since its an accommodating last but realistically a US EEE width is roughly equal to an Edward Green F width.
Citishoes in New York and Edwards of Manchester offer F width EG shoes
good tips
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Originally Posted by Knowledge is King View Post

You could be able to squeeze into the EG E width on the 202 since its an accommodating last but realistically a US EEE width is roughly equal to an Edward Green F width.
Citishoes in New York and Edwards of Manchester offer F width EG shoes

Thank you for the info, i'm reluctant to order from over seas considering how complicated shipping might be if the fit is not right. Hopefully i can find someone domestic that can help.

With luck, i'll be posting on this forum in the near future biggrin.gif
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Edward Green Nightshade/Berry 82 last...
post #1177 of 14995
Awesome.
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Does anybody have experience with the 101 last? If yes - can you tell me how it fits re: 606 or 888. I understand it is a slip on last but is it as wide as the 606?
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I have the 101 last. It's similar to the 82. Slightly narrower that the squared off 888 last. Also, what skin?
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I have the 101 last. It's similar to the 82. Slightly narrower that the squared off 888 last. Also, what skin?

Just calf. Glad to hear it - I ordered a pair of Winchelseas on the 101. My other EG slip ons are on the 61 last. This is good information because I like the fit of the 82 better than the 606.
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Those are really nice
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Just calf. Glad to hear it - I ordered a pair of Winchelseas on the 101. My other EG slip ons are on the 61 last. This is good information because I like the fit of the 82 better than the 606.

My experience with the 101 lasted slip ons is that the shoes on this last do not support a high instep, wears really snug, even more so than 888 last, and takes a long break in before the shoe becomes a comfortable fit. Whereas 82 lasted shoes have been a comfortable fit from the beginning.
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My experience with the 101 lasted slip ons is that the shoes on this last do not support a high instep, wears really snug, even more so than 888 last, and takes a long break in before the shoe becomes a comfortable fit. Whereas 82 lasted shoes have been a comfortable fit from the beginning.

Thanks for the input. I am going to be happy I went with the "E" then.
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Originally Posted by Poshak Man View Post

My experience with the 101 lasted slip ons is that the shoes on this last do not support a high instep, wears really snug, even more so than 888 last, and takes a long break in before the shoe becomes a comfortable fit. Whereas 82 lasted shoes have been a comfortable fit from the beginning.

+1. Poshak Man is dead on regarding the 101.
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Those are really nice

what width are these, and where did you get them?  looking for a pair in 9.5/10E.

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