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Three of Three finally landed...


Very nice - enjoy!
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very nice jhcam. can i ask where you purchased them?
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Yes - courtesy of a true SF Gent ( Farhad).
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I was on a Cloud today

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Yes - courtesy of a true SF Gent ( Farhad).

farhad is great - true gent. if i see any of his EG factory finds on ebay - for profit - ill murder you
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So for those of us wearing E width does it make sense to go a half size down ie from 11E to 10.5F?

I personally will not buy an F width, regardless of size.
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I personally will not buy an F width, regardless of size.

Why not?
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Why not?

Overall too wide. I wear either an E width or D width in EG. I like the boot in question too. Oh well ...
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 It's also worth mentioning that Leffot has a version available in mink suede and walnut country calf that is shearling lined:
P.S. - Is it just me, or is £655.83 ($1059.62) ex-Vat and including shipping from Westley Richard's, attractive compared to U.S. retailers? 

Good deal. BTW, anyone have experience with the shearling lining? Does it run too hot for office use?
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I personally will not buy an F width, regardless of size.

I have a good deal of experience with EG "F" widths. I agree with Sevenfold with regard to the 202 last. I would say the 202 F is designed for a wide foot that also has a lot of volume--wide and fat, for lack of a better term. However, I would disagree with regard to the 888 last. The 888 "F" is a wide foot but normal volume. The EG 8/8.5 F width 888 is my best fitting width and last. I also wear the Alden 8E Barrie, 8.5E Aberdeen and the Carmina UK8 Rain last. My point is, simply, all "F" lasts are not created equal. Hope this helps people find their right size.
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I have a good deal of experience with EG "F" widths. I agree with Sevenfold with regard to the 202 last. I would say the 202 F is designed for a wide foot that also has a lot of volume--wide and fat, for lack of a better term. However, I would disagree with regard to the 888 last. The 888 "F" is a wide foot but normal volume. The EG 8/8.5 F width 888 is my best fitting last and width. I also wear the Alden 8E Barrie, 8.5E Aberdeen and the Carmina UK8 Rain last. Hope this helps people find their right size.

For context, I have 888s, 88s, and 202s in both D and E widths. I have other EG lasts too, but those are either in only E or only D. I wear no E widths in US sizing.

I would agree that a person who wears E width in Alden's Barrie would be fine with an F width in the 888. Frankly, I am a bit surprised that a 202F is too wide for you.
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It is difficult to describe but there is too much volume in the 202 "F". I have a high arch, a wide fore-foot and a narrow heel. I have the same issue with "E" version of the Hampton last.
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farhad is great - true gent. if i see any of his EG factory finds on ebay - for profit - ill murder you

LOL Namor! I have six pairs to list this weekend
Only joking! I just wanted to help because I was asked very kindly.I do feel really bad as I could not assist everyone.
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I have a good deal of experience with EG "F" widths. I agree with Sevenfold with regard to the 202 last. I would say the 202 F is designed for a wide foot that also has a lot of volume--wide and fat, for lack of a better term. However, I would disagree with regard to the 888 last. The 888 "F" is a wide foot but normal volume. The EG 8/8.5 F width 888 is my best fitting width and last. I also wear the Alden 8E Barrie, 8.5E Aberdeen and the Carmina UK8 Rain last. My point is, simply, all "F" lasts are not created equal. Hope this helps people find their right size.

I agree, I have an F in 888 which are a good fit but the F 64 last Galway I have I can only wear with very thick socks otherwise my feet are swimming in them!
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