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Congrats pepper, that's awesome. Sounds like the Peter 2 in H width is wide but doesn't have a high instep then?
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I have a pair of Alden Indy 405 that I'd like to trade for something else. They are the 'Original Indy' (Calfskin, cork sole) on the TrueBalance last in 10.5EEE. They haven't been worn much and are in great condition!

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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

Congrats pepper, that's awesome. Sounds like the Peter 2 in H width is wide but doesn't have a high instep then?

I would say that it doesn't run super wide, as the H width is about perfect for my feet in the ball. Feels like it runs a little narrower than Alden Barrie, about the same as the AE 1 last. Maybe a smidge wider. Also, I would characterize the instep as medium to low. The laces close all the way (blucher style lacing), but there isn't any space underneath.

The overall shape is just so well-thought out. Every part of the shoe is comfortable at every point in my gait, and there doesn't seem to be any excess room for unnatural creasing.
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Originally Posted by OlafG View Post

I have a pair of Alden Indy 405 that I'd like to trade for something else. They are the 'Original Indy' (Calfskin, cork sole) on the TrueBalance last in 10.5EEE. They haven't been worn much and are in great condition!

Whoah PM me. Got any pics? I've got a lot of Unique AEs in odd make ups, if you'd be interested. What are you looking for?
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