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post #5821 of 13379
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

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

You should give some thought perhaps to a different last.
I was measured from EG themselves, so I would hope they know what they're doing. I believe the 202/606 is the widest standard last they have. I may have to try other brands.
post #5822 of 13379
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Originally Posted by philweezer View Post


I was measured from EG themselves, so I would hope they know what they're doing. I believe the 202/606 is the widest standard last they have. I may have to try other brands.

 

If they are not charging you extra, I would go for the MTO option, preferably for a wider width.

 

Good luck!

post #5823 of 13379
Sorry if these were posted earlier in the thread, but these are Edward Green patent leather shoes for $199 (was $1,100) right?
http://www.dsw.com/shoe/ralph+lauren+collection+paget+patent+leather+laceless+oxford?prodId=286845&brand=dsw12brand17500010&activeCats=men,dsw12brand17500010&isBrand=y&categoryName=men


post #5824 of 13379
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

Sorry if these were posted earlier in the thread, but these are Edward Green patent leather shoes for $199 (was $1,100) right?
http://www.dsw.com/shoe/ralph+lauren+collection+paget+patent+leather+laceless+oxford?prodId=286845&brand=dsw12brand17500010&activeCats=men,dsw12brand17500010&isBrand=y&categoryName=men



Yes. But I would question the $1100 original price though. You can get EG patent leather shoes (different model) not on sale at Leffot for under $700.

http://leffot.com/shop/index.php/shoes/edward-green/holborn.html
post #5825 of 13379
I think retail was $1249? They were on sale $600ish in store months ago
post #5826 of 13379
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

Sorry if these were posted earlier in the thread, but these are Edward Green patent leather shoes for $199 (was $1,100) right?
http://www.dsw.com/shoe/ralph+lauren+collection+paget+patent+leather+laceless+oxford?prodId=286845&brand=dsw12brand17500010&activeCats=men,dsw12brand17500010&isBrand=y&categoryName=men


 

Wow. But am I correct in saying, that they (unfortunately) don't ship overseas? 

Cheers,

SKM

post #5827 of 13379
Thanks for the confirmation all. SKM, I have no idea if they ship overseas or not.
post #5828 of 13379
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Originally Posted by philweezer View Post

I was measured from EG themselves, so I would hope they know what they're doing. I believe the 202/606 is the widest standard last they have. I may have to try other brands.
If you had your feet measured at EG in Jermyn street, trust them. EG shoes are like slim-fit. Just put some plasters on before breaking in.
post #5829 of 13379
great deal on the EG patent shoes. Even at $200, I think they would be your most expensive EGs (cost/# of wears)
post #5830 of 13379
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

great deal on the EG patent shoes. Even at $200, I think they would be your most expensive EGs (cost/# of wears)
I'm a musician, so I will probably get more wears out of them than most though. I grabbed those and the $99 suede C&J deal. 300 bucks combined for EGs and C&Js.
post #5831 of 13379
incredible deal, Fred. uncharacteristically, I showed a great deal of restraint in not ordering the EGs
post #5832 of 13379
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

incredible deal, Fred. uncharacteristically, I showed a great deal of restraint in not ordering the EGs
LOL!
post #5833 of 13379
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Originally Posted by auci View Post

If you had your feet measured at EG in Jermyn street, trust them. EG shoes are like slim-fit. Just put some plasters on before breaking in.

I have had shoes which were an absolute perfect fit do this to my feet in the first or second wear. Agree, with the above advice --though we don't call them plasters. After break in you should be fine.
post #5834 of 13379
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Originally Posted by auci View Post

If you had your feet measured at EG in Jermyn street, trust them. EG shoes are like slim-fit. Just put some plasters on before breaking in.
It was measured by Hilary Freeman (the Managing Director) and her associate.
post #5835 of 13379
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Originally Posted by philweezer View Post

It was measured by Hilary Freeman (the Managing Director) and her associate.

EG recommends a very snug fit. I am not surprised you are hurting. They will break in well I think, but I understand you concern.
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