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post #841 of 9861
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

What size would this be if they were produced for English market?

They are EG/RLPL
Thanks

10 1/2 E.
post #842 of 9861
Wow! great shoes!

They didn't have these on the website, you go to the store?

I didn't realize I'd get charged for taxes - damn.



I personally have bought 10 EG's this year, damn I'm an important customer! haha
post #843 of 9861
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Originally Posted by cwh812 View Post

Farringdon's in dark oak on the 888 last. These are money. Thanks for the tip on the sale once again Fraiche.

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post #844 of 9861
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

10 1/2 E.

Thanks. Trying to figure out the sizing on those from Leffot. They are marked D, so I wonder if they are US D or UK D

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Farringdon's look much better in your picture than on the website.
post #845 of 9861
Hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off then an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware
post #846 of 9861
SLEWFOOT: Those ankle monk boots look great and feel great....but they are a hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off than an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware
post #847 of 9861
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Originally Posted by Michael Ay329 View Post

SLEWFOOT: Those ankle monk boots look great and feel great....but they are a hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off than an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware

you can bend it over the shaft of a wooden spoon?
post #848 of 9861
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Thanks. Trying to figure out the sizing on those from Leffot. They are marked D, so I wonder if they are US D or UK D Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Farringdon's look much better in your picture than on the website.

EG does not change their width markings for the United States market. A width marked "D" on EG shoes sold at Leffot is the same as an EG marked D width in the UK.
post #849 of 9861
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Originally Posted by Knowledge is King View Post

EG does not change their width markings for the United States market. A width marked "D" on EG shoes sold at Leffot is the same as an EG marked D width in the UK.

Also my experience.
post #850 of 9861
Thank you both, that's the reason they are slightly narrow.
post #851 of 9861
EG Downing unlined in chocolate nubuck 202 F.
The most comfortable EGs I own:
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post #852 of 9861

cwh, so awesome!

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Malvern, mole suede, 82 last inlove.gif
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Nice. How old are those?
post #855 of 9861
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post

Nice. How old are those?

I just got them yesterday smile.gif
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