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Cropped Jodhpur boots size 42

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Hi, this is the classic SL Plonge Biker SS14, this is a fit pic of the size 46: I think is too much big in the shoulders and maybe in the chest. I have also the size 44 of the FW collection "perfecto" biker that was very thight and short, but with a very cool effect in the fit. What do you think of this 46?

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Originally Posted by ryansmith View Post

Cropped Jodhpur boots size 42


i want those in suede soooo badly. looks great.

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what jeans are you (ryansmith) wearing there?

thanks

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apc ps
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what size etc? have you had them altered? look very skinny.

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size 26 no alterations. They're cooked as fuck though and need to go to self edge.
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Originally Posted by AlexanderTG View Post

I'd say they run a bit tight. I'm a 42.5 in most everything with wide feet. I just got the Classic Chelseas from Ssense in 43 and I'm glad I went up. They're a bit narrow but the leather is so soft I'm sure they'll stretch to be perfect.

Yeah, those are dope mate! Hmmm, yeah 41 might be a bit too small then. 43 might be a bit big!

Cheers mate!!
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Originally Posted by Jasonronn View Post


i want those in suede soooo badly. looks great.


Perfect fit. 26 in PS is quite a feat, too! How many washes?
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Originally Posted by Rocco32 View Post

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Hi, this is the classic SL Plonge Biker SS14, this is a fit pic of the size 46: I think is too much big in the shoulders and maybe in the chest. I have also the size 44 of the FW collection "perfecto" biker that was very thight and short, but with a very cool effect in the fit. What do you think of this 46?

Way, way too big. Looks like you're swimming in it, not at all the look that's intended.
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

Perfect fit. 26 in PS is quite a feat, too! How many washes?

I did a lot of biking in them, so quite a few washes. Just washed them this week again, actually.
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Originally Posted by DarkSpiral View Post

Yeah, those are dope mate! Hmmm, yeah 41 might be a bit too small then. 43 might be a bit big!

Cheers mate!!

Far Fetch has 42.

Good luck!

http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/saint-laurent-chelsea-boot-item-10637226.aspx?storeid=9579&ffref=lp_9_
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yeah, will just say (personally) i dont think its that nice a colour. and pretty sure in general its not that desirable a colour (so not worth paying too high a price for them). plus 33 is maybe a size that will still be available in the sales? in a nicer colour?

 

My favorite pair of jeans (dior) are that color, it's the easiest color to pair with anything imo, I could probably get away with owning nothing else.

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Originally Posted by DarkSpiral View Post

How do the SLP Chelseas fit? I am usually a size 42, and Size 41 in CP.

 

I've got the Wyatt chelsea's in 40, and I'm normally 40 in CP's. 

To me the boots don't feel like they run small or anything, but I also don't have wide feet.

I'd say go with your CP size (41) or maybe true to size (42).

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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

My favorite pair of jeans (dior) are that color, it's the easiest color to pair with anything imo, I could probably get away with owning nothing else.

So if these are 33s, raw but with 4% elastane and a 16cm hem would you say I'd be okay size wise if the washed pair of D01s I have in 34 are already big on me?
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