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Originally Posted by BeraQueezy View Post

well just look at the toe shape

how the hell could've you expected that to be "comfy"

Never expected them to, just reminding people as I've seen people looking for them. YMMV.

ETa: it also has to do with the heel angle and position not just the toe shape.
Edited by cyc wid it - 7/13/16 at 1:22pm
post #12827 of 14975
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post


Maybe the least comfortable shoes I own, even with insole.

Agreed a size up usually is best w Santiag
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If you take a 41 in cropped jodhs (suede) and 41.5 in Wyatts. How would you recommend sizing on the Santiags? I love the look of them but are they really that uncomfortable? Was thinking of picking some up in the future.

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Originally Posted by mwn11 View Post

If you take a 41 in cropped jodhs (suede) and 41.5 in Wyatts. How would you recommend sizing on the Santiags? I love the look of them but are they really that uncomfortable? Was thinking of picking some up in the future.

I went true to size with Santiags (43.5, 43 in CP, 10.5 in Vans/Nike/etc) and at first they did hurt due to them being brand new and stiff, even snug/tight.
I've worn them easily over 60 times or so now. Walked around in them, hell even ran in them I'm sure and now they're perfect.
Moral of the story; break your shit in, wear em', live in em'. Make them mold to you and you won't have to worry about discomfort.

*wearing them as I speak*
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post #12831 of 14975
how does the latest FW16 wyatt chelsea tan fit ? Would a 43.5 fit me ? I wear wyatt harness from FW13 in size 43

Usually Nike US 10

I think the 43.5 will be half a size big ? Negligible ?
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Also, tried on some of the new jeans yesterday. The lightest wash pair ran a little looser than the others for me. YMMV.
post #12833 of 14975
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Almost bought it, but someone snagged the last 48 before me. They had it in 46 for a while as well.

Anyone own this? Pics?
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Hey guys, just a quick clarification- if a website refers to jeans as "skinny fit", that indicates they are the D02 cut as opposed to the D01, correct?

Also, how much would you guys recommend sizing down? I'm a true 32 waist and debating between a 30 or a 31. Thanks!
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post #12836 of 14975
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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post

Almost bought it, but someone snagged the last 48 before me. They had it in 46 for a while as well.
I have this jacket.No pics on me but I can take some and post it later if still interested.

Anyone own this? Pics?
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I have this jacket.I can post some pics later.
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Damn, that is a real nice jacket.

What was the pricing on that ? (non-sale i assume?)
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It was £2450 original price. Was marked down 40% in winter sale. And then now it got marked down to 60% making it £980.

 

Thanks for posting youwhat - was so close to pulling the trigger but just like the last time I asked if anyone had thoughts on it (when it was 40%) it's a case of 'do I really need this or is it just the attractive price'.... trying to save my cash for inevitable splurges later.

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i think a suede jacket of some sorts is a necessity. i'll be looking to get one soon. not sure that the flight version is the one though. I would prefer a less rounded cut, something more like the jean jacket ss15 version.

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