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How does the sizing work in Chained Wyatts?

 

is it similar to lets say, robert geller x common project collab side zip boots?

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How does the sizing work in Chained Wyatts?

 

is it similar to lets say, robert geller x common project collab side zip boots?

lol, i wasn't expecting to read such a specific example after 'lets say' :foo:

 

IME the new chain suede wyatts/the new wyatts with the slimmer shaft in general are true to your normal trainer/shoe size. i.e. i'm 43 in the chain suede wyatts/ss16 suede wyatts, and 42.5 in high jodhpurs from 15/16 season (which coincides with what most people report here - sizing down half for the high jodhpurs). for the nut wyatt from fw14 however (the 'hairy' version someone posted pics of a few pages back), i was also half a size down (42.5), which coincides with YSL's recommendation here: http://www.ysl.com/gb/shop-product/men/shoes-boots-classic-wyatt-40-harness-boot-in-nut-suede_cod11014880sm.html

 

tl;dr: true to size

post #14343 of 15047

@ohyehhh Would you be able to post or PM a picture of the tag of your mutton L17? Looking at picking one up before/around Xmas and want to make sure if i order from an online store it is the right model/style code.

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Regarding fw16 suede wyatts I went a full size down from my normal trainer size. In size 9 in Nike and adidas. Went to a size 8 for the suede wyatts.
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Regarding fw16 suede wyatts I went a full size down from my normal trainer size. In size 9 in Nike and adidas. Went to a size 8 for the suede wyatts.

yeah full size down from trainers on suede wyatts

half size down on the calf leather 

 

my tts for trainers is 9.5 i got an 8.5 for my wyatt harness and jodhpurs both F/W 16.

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I'm a 9.5 in Nike/Ultra boosts but a true 9 (my MM GAT sizing, etc.) and I have a 41 in all of my boots. They start a bit snug in the toes but become perfect after a wear or two (and I have wide feet). I wear thin socks with most of my pairs, though.

 

On another note, does anyone here have experience with SLP Rangers compared to CP Winter Combat boots? I'm on the fence between the two and prices will effectively be the same. I'm just trying to figure out whether the low-profile of the Ranger (which I prefer) is worth it over the bigger lugs on the CP's which may be more helpful in Michigan. I love the external zip on the rangers too.

 

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Originally Posted by ohyehhh View Post
 

lol, i wasn't expecting to read such a specific example after 'lets say' :foo:

 

IME the new chain suede wyatts/the new wyatts with the slimmer shaft in general are true to your normal trainer/shoe size. i.e. i'm 43 in the chain suede wyatts/ss16 suede wyatts, and 42.5 in high jodhpurs from 15/16 season (which coincides with what most people report here - sizing down half for the high jodhpurs). for the nut wyatt from fw14 however (the 'hairy' version someone posted pics of a few pages back), i was also half a size down (42.5), which coincides with YSL's recommendation here: http://www.ysl.com/gb/shop-product/men/shoes-boots-classic-wyatt-40-harness-boot-in-nut-suede_cod11014880sm.html

 

tl;dr: true to size


im looking for the '15 or earlier versions of chained wyatt's black that's not suede. .... i believe 2016 doesnt have it.

 

so half a size down technically, thanks

post #14348 of 15047
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Originally Posted by niyengar View Post

I'm a 9.5 in Nike/Ultra boosts but a true 9 (my MM GAT sizing, etc.) and I have a 41 in all of my boots. They start a bit snug in the toes but become perfect after a wear or two (and I have wide feet). I wear thin socks with most of my pairs, though.

On another note, does anyone here have experience with SLP Rangers compared to CP Winter Combat boots? I'm on the fence between the two and prices will effectively be the same. I'm just trying to figure out whether the low-profile of the Ranger (which I prefer) is worth it over the bigger lugs on the CP's which may be more helpful in Michigan. I love the external zip on the rangers too.





I have the rangers. I like them but I'd say they pass for "normal boots" easily if that makes sense, specially when seen from the front. They don't have that very distinct sl aesthetic that is immediately recognizable. As far as sizing goes I'd say they are tts.

Personally, I find the CP Winter Combat boots ugly.
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I have the rangers. I like them but I'd say they pass for "normal boots" easily if that makes sense, specially when seen from the front. They don't have that very distinct sl aesthetic that is immediately recognizable. As far as sizing goes I'd say they are tts.

Personally, I find the CP Winter Combat boots ugly.

Appreciate the insight. I have my distinctive SL boots covered, but my go-to winter boots in the past have been from the likes of Viberg, Edward Green, etc. which don't particularly fit my aesthetic anymore. I think I'm going to go wth the rangers
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I think the SL feel is quite subtle when you approach these designs. Very few makers make such a streamlined low profile combat boot that flows beautifully with skinny jeans.
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I think the SL feel is quite subtle when you approach these designs. Very few makers make such a streamlined low profile combat boot that flows beautifully with skinny jeans.

I'm inclined to agree with you. I think you can approach the designs by trying to emulate the runway look or you can take a more understated approach. I personally like to fly under the radar with nice pieces or just have one thing that 'pops' like tan suede boots with black jeans.

I agree about the combats, as well.
post #14352 of 15047
Count me in as another fan of those combat boots. Do you mind sharing where you found them? When I look at the online store I see the crocodile embossed version.
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@Isolar ya, and the bay is not a fashion place i.e while they may be all over the net...I've only ever seen one or two in person...and frankly I don't even care...I like it so I bought it...hahaha!

Love the black and white teddy. But it is the most known saint laurent jacket. After the hype wears off, and its not around, it will be an amazing piece to have in your closet few years from now. Congrats. 

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Love the black and white teddy. But it is the most known saint laurent jacket. After the hype wears off, and its not around, it will be an amazing piece to have in your closet few years from now. Congrats. 

Honestly one of my favorite sl jackets. Wish I had one.
post #14355 of 15047

Sorry if this is a stupid/obvious question, but how often do you guys wash your SLP clothes and do you wash them in a different way?

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