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Well, Bridgens didn't work out but I just scored these - same last in a G width - with the refund:

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&shoeid=5251&colourid=2751&brandid=6

My first pair of Chelseas, but I'm surprised at how much I like them. Went with my regular size and the fit is terrific. Got them in suede, so I can't comment on the leather quality of the calf versions. I think they will be deep in the regular rotation once the fall rolls around

As noted in other threads, Herring's service was impressive - I had them on the US west coast in just over a week from ordering.
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Subscribed - I might be interested in doing some trades here: to cut a long story short, I lost a lot of weight and with it at least half a shoe size.  The upshot of which is that I'm looking to get some new shoes in a US 10E /UK 9F-G/ Euro 43-43 wide.  

 

We've all ordered shoes that turned out to be a little small, so if that's happened to any of you gents, then I have about ten pairs of shoes in UK 9.5G and thereabouts, from Cheaney, Loake, Grenson, Church's and C&J - shout if you'd like pics.

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