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^ any idea about what other models they had available?
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Seconded ^, been looking for oak Piccadilly on sale
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They had an unlined loafer, I cannot remember the style and they had a U-Cap derby in Antique Cloud.
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Saw the Farringdon and a suede loafer (sort of brownish-grey) in my size (7.5UK). Everything was mixed in on racks along with other sale shoes. Sorry I can't be of more help.
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Toes should be able to move.  You mentioned your size difference between R and L is about 1/4 size.
Maybe size up by half and put a thin leather insock to the smaller foot side is a good idea.

From another view point,
EG loosens up quite easily in my experience.  Foot bed sinks and create more rooms, but I think toes should freely move from the day 1.

Good luck.
The above image is what my right foot (the longer foot) looks like after I take it off. My toes are bunched on both feet (worse on this one) and it's hard to wiggle them. So now the conundrum, do I go a half size up to a 7E or get 6.5F MTO? If I have to go MTO, I'm being offered without any up charge but I can't return it.
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Wow, your feet should never look like that unless you are in basic training. Are you certain a half size up would do it? I was advised to err on the side of too big over too small. There are a few ways to eat up space as opposed to only stretching shoes if they are too small. I have never really been a fan of stretching shoes, tends to distort the leather.
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Wow, your feet should never look like that unless you are in basic training. Are you certain a half size up would do it? I was advised to err on the side of too big over too small. There are a few ways to eat up space as opposed to only stretching shoes if they are too small. I have never really been a fan of stretching shoes, tends to distort the leather.
I wish I know the answer, the problem I deal with all the time in shoe shopping. Not to mention the widest part of my foot is where most shoes curve in.
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You may be an individual that requires a bespoke/semi bespoke option. While expensive it could eliminate some the frustration of constantly searching for your preferred fit. Even more importantly you would something that would be comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. John Lobb and ST.C offer this as well as GG, I believe.
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You may be an individual that requires a bespoke/semi bespoke option. While expensive it could eliminate some the frustration of constantly searching for your preferred fit. Even more importantly you would something that would be comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. John Lobb and ST.C offer this as well as GG, I believe.
Those options make perfect sense but I'm trying to find the best alternative because of the much higher $$$$. Ultimately, I may have no choice...
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They had an unlined loafer, I cannot remember the style and they had a U-Cap derby in Antique Cloud.
G, are you going back? If you do, mind glancing the 6.5/7E sizes? smile.gif
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No, I was there on BF and I just happened to remember the styles. TheThe best shoesshoes were in 9 and below IIRC
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Autumn leaves and Harrogates.

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Harrogates look stunning.  One of the most interesting EG models.  :fonz:

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Originally Posted by bamboo View Post



Toes should be able to move.  You mentioned your size difference between R and L is about 1/4 size.
Maybe size up by half and put a thin leather insock to the smaller foot side is a good idea.

From another view point,
EG loosens up quite easily in my experience.  Foot bed sinks and create more rooms, but I think toes should freely move from the day 1.

Good luck.
The above image is what my right foot (the longer foot) looks like after I take it off. My toes are bunched on both feet (worse on this one) and it's hard to wiggle them. So now the conundrum, do I go a half size up to a 7E or get 6.5F MTO? If I have to go MTO, I'm being offered without any up charge but I can't return it.

I would not wear a shoe that made my foot look like that. Ouch.

You should give some thought perhaps to a different last.
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