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This ^
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Stiefel means boots in German, don't know if this makes it better or worse. Indeed, it's a second "N" word, always best avoided.
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I pointed out this idiotic and offensive name in the C&J MTO thread to general silence - which is fine, nobody is obligated to get worked up like me about it. Stiefelnazi Means boot nazi but, unlike say "soup nazi" a Stiefelnazi really is a term for certain real nazis. I don't know - it's like picking the name "Whitespower" to post in a thread about White's boots. Stupid at best, much worse at worst.
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^ yep, quite bizarre.

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... look for stockiest's that offer PayPal checkout. You can activate the free return shipping program and they'll reimburse you the cost to send a return back. Good luck!

PS: I'm not Jewish but I have a troubling time with your chosen handle...Did you have to include the word 'Nazi' in there?

Thank you for the wise advice. Will definitely follow. Still sizing question torment persists..

 

.....as to my "bizzare" user name (account banned by the moment) - got an exact name from my wife in a precise minute when creating an account at SF... trying to persuade her to buy an excellent boots which she did not like at all. Thus the name was born. Still don't see much difference with grammarnazi. Honestly was shocked by sf community response. When creating new account, for a moment was tempted to use as an avatar the cover of first edition featuring the title "And There They Were None". In good humor. Then choose to abstain from further lingvo semantic exercises at this side of Atlantic. So not to get another ban...             

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Thank you for the wise advice. Will definitely follow. Still sizing question torment persists..

.....as to my "bizzare" user name (account banned by the moment) - got an exact name from my wife in a precise minute when creating an account at SF... trying to persuade her to buy an excellent boots which she did not like at all. Thus the name was born. Still don't see much difference with grammarnazi. Honestly was shocked by sf community response. When creating new account, for a moment was tempted to use as an avatar the cover of first edition featuring the title "And There They Were None". In good humor. Then choose to abstain from further lingvo semantic exercises at this side of Atlantic. So not to get another ban...             
You really are a $@*#ing piece of trash aren't you? That's good humor? I encourage people to see what the first edition of that book is entitled. I guess in your case our first and worst impressions are confirmed and we can judge you by the way you've chosen to present yourself.
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You really are a $@*#ing piece of trash aren't you? That's good humor? I encourage people to see what the first edition of that book is entitled. I guess in your case our first and worst impressions are confirmed and we can judge you by the way you've chosen to present yourself.

Just, fuckin, wow! :censored:

 

Hurry up and get your ass banned again, eh?

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The most priceless part is him pinning the blame on his wife!
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Shoe shine Sunday.

 


Chelsea, Laughton, Malvern.

 

Malvern is outstanding with other medallion.

 

 My Malvern in Chameleon 202 last

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Just arrived. RLPL 89 last



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I am confused with my 82 chelseas. They are new and I put them on and there is a hair of room, heel slippage. I put them on last night and I was able to slip the shoe off without unlacing them. I got the exact same size as all my other EGs (888, 606, 890, 202). Should I size down 1/2 a size for these?
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I am confused with my 82 chelseas. They are new and I put them on and there is a hair of room, heel slippage. I put them on last night and I was able to slip the shoe off without unlacing them. I got the exact same size as all my other EGs (888, 606, 890, 202). Should I size down 1/2 a size for these?
Not very helpful maybe but I have a pair of 82 last Chelseas in 8.5E UK (my size on 64 last, which works fine) and I feel like I could have sized down 1/2 as well. I tried the same size in the 82 last in the Galway (at Brooks Brothers) and the fit was much better.
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Not very helpful maybe but I have a pair of 82 last Chelseas in 8.5E UK (my size on 64 last, which works fine) and I feel like I could have sized down 1/2 as well. I tried the same size in the 82 last in the Galway (at Brooks Brothers) and the fit was much better.

Gotcha. Ive heard both sides of the argument to size down 1/2 size or to stay same size. I had a pair of Galways a few years ago that was a UK9E that were too short and too tight. The Chelseas I just got are a UK9.5E. The entire shoe feels so comfortable but I just wonder if I am being paranoid and just need to break them in.
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I find a size 8 in the 64 last perfect, but the 82 in a size 8 on the snug side. Both an E fitting.
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Excuse the legs and the socks. But right now I put the shoes on and they fit wonderful with minimal heel slip.
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