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post #9526 of 14949
@ohyehhh dude, thatst great you got the 17! I had a feeling the 48 would be spot on. The dots are more of matte finish cotton as opposed to the pervious season which I think was a bit more formal in silk. I personally love it especially with the raw hem..would look great with your 17 as well. I'm bummed about the knee blow outs as well and am grabbing the Jaquard lips shirt instead next week.
post #9527 of 14949
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Originally Posted by echau View Post

Yeah, the SLP jodhpurs are awesome, no regrets whatsoever.

 

Okay, thanks guys, will definitely buy them. Are you the same size in your harness wyatts as the high jodhpurs?

post #9528 of 14949
Same size
post #9529 of 14949
Same size for me as well in both.
post #9530 of 14949
Asked many times probably but having trouble deciding on sizing for cropped Jodphurs. I'm normally a US11 in Nike/10.5 on Brannock and trying on 43-43.5 as say recommendation to size down.

43.5 has a little wiggle room and strap is on 3rd hole out of 4 while the 43 is pretty snug across toes but ok on length. For experts on here do they give much. Apologies if this is obvious question but seen so many opinions.
post #9531 of 14949

Having wiggle room, especially if black calf and not suede, sound like something positive. You should probably take into consideration foot swelling during the day, if you haven't already. It gets a bit neurotic but I also like to consider proportion of the length of the boot and length height of the body. If you're comfortable with both sizes, I would pick the size that looks the best with your height. 

post #9532 of 14949

size one full size down for jodhpurs

post #9533 of 14949
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Originally Posted by thorns View Post

Having wiggle room, especially if black calf and not suede, sound like something positive. You should probably take into consideration foot swelling during the day, if you haven't already. It gets a bit neurotic but I also like to consider proportion of the length of the boot and length height of the body. If you're comfortable with both sizes, I would pick the size that looks the best with your height. 

They're the suede, thanks for the advice both.

Concerned with the 43.5 that is they are a bit loose now it could get looser with wear unless I put an insole in.
post #9534 of 14949

I grabbed a pair of cigar suede Jodhpur's online in a 45 - and they're too big. Looking to trade for a 44, or unload them, if anyone's interested.

 

And, to the post above, can confirm they run a size large. Also, they'll feel even larger if you have narrow feet/ankles due to the elongated design.

 

Edit: Sorry, was referring to the Cropped Jodhpur's, not the one's being discussed in the last few posts

post #9535 of 14949
Does Buttero make SLP boots? They look and feel the same (last). If so, the good news is that Buttero has great quality. The bad is that huge markup but I might have to pay it because they are some one the best out there now in terms of quality to style ratio.
post #9536 of 14949

I'm of the opinion that one shouldn't size down in any SLP footwear. Shoes are supposed to have some space - it's not a bad thing. I take a 45 across the board in pretty much all labels (SLP, Prorsum (UK 11), DH, etc.). US 12 in Nike and Asics running trainers, and also in Vans (which I could actually do with a half size up in, but they don't make them, and a 13 is too big). I have narrow feet, and there will usually be some slight heel slippage in shoes and boots, but that goes away as soon as the leather sole breaks in.

post #9537 of 14949

should I get same size in suede wyatt as my black leather wyatt?

post #9538 of 14949
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Okay, thanks guys, will definitely buy them. Are you the same size in your harness wyatts as the high jodhpurs?

I wear a different size on many SLP boots. 43 in FW13 Wyatts, 42.5 in FW15 Wyatts, 42 in SS16 Jodhpurs and Chelseas.

Wearing my nut Wyatts today:

post #9539 of 14949
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Originally Posted by echau View Post


I wear a different size on many SLP boots. 43 in FW13 Wyatts, 42.5 in FW15 Wyatts, 42 in SS16 Jodhpurs and Chelseas.

  Wearing my nut Wyatts today: (Click to show)

 

Are the lengths of all the boots with different sizes also then different?

post #9540 of 14949
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Are the lengths of all the boots with different sizes also then different?

They fit my feet the same despite the size differences. I always get my SA to bring in a few sizes to try on and I buy what fits. Like the jeans, the fit seems to change from season to season, for me at least.

If you want, I can check the lengths between my pairs later today. I'm a true 10 (43) on the brannock scale.
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