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I'm selling a very nice pair of Alden brown alpine LWB, Commando sole, 9 EEE on modified last. Here's the Ebay listing.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/Alden-Brown-Alpine-LWB-w-Commando-Sole-Modified-Last-9-EEE-/151976565049?nav=SEARCH

What's your size on AE 5 last ?
post #392 of 412
I've never owned AE. My Tricker width is '5'. Hope this helps.
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Question for the forum: Which manufacturers offer the option to purchase shoes in two different sizes or widths? For example, Park Ave in 11 EEE for one and 11.5 EE for the other? I heard this was previously offered at Allen Edmonds, but not sure if it still is. Please also include the additional cost if you happen to know it.

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Question for the forum: Which manufacturers offer the option to purchase shoes in two different sizes or widths? For example, Park Ave in 11 EEE for one and 11.5 EE for the other? I heard this was previously offered at Allen Edmonds, but not sure if it still is. Please also include the additional cost if you happen to know it.

I'm fairly certain they will still allow it. Call them to make sure.

Vass and Bonafe will also do this MTO
post #395 of 412
This thread is enormously helpful for sizing data. I am curious if any of you like-footed fellows have tried Zonkey Boots in the H fitting and how it fit if so? Thanks for al, of the great information.
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Anybody have a good source for wide casual sneakers? Not Nikes, something along the lines of what Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt (court lows) offer. I wear welted / handsewns almost exclusively but could really use a pair of casual kicks and am hoping for something that actually fits.
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Anybody have a good source for wide casual sneakers? Not Nikes, something along the lines of what Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt (court lows) offer. I wear welted / handsewns almost exclusively but could really use a pair of casual kicks and am hoping for something that actually fits.

Interested in this too...
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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

Anybody have a good source for wide casual sneakers? Not Nikes, something along the lines of what Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt (court lows) offer. I wear welted / handsewns almost exclusively but could really use a pair of casual kicks and am hoping for something that actually fits.

Good q............
post #399 of 412

New Balance has some awesome offerings in wide width...

 

Fat footed GMTO from NB?

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Anybody have a good source for wide casual sneakers? Not Nikes, something along the lines of what Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt (court lows) offer. I wear welted / handsewns almost exclusively but could really use a pair of casual kicks and am hoping for something that actually fits.

Nothing I've seen, ever. You could reach out to Epaulet to see if they'd run a GMTO, but I don't know if it'd be worth it to them. Or start a sneaker company that caters to fat footed fellows. biggrin.gif
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I recently read in a thread that Meermin's RUI is a equal conversion for a wide fitting foot, i.e. 8.5eee in the Allen Edmonds 5-last fits a Meermin 8.5UK pretty well. Anybody have any thoughts on this? 

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Thanks, Joel! Those are lovely, but very similar to my Carminas:

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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

Anybody have a good source for wide casual sneakers? Not Nikes, something along the lines of what Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt (court lows) offer. I wear welted / handsewns almost exclusively but could really use a pair of casual kicks and am hoping for something that actually fits.

Interested in this too...

OK, let me say up front I know almost nothing of casual sneakers, including Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt. With that said, New Balance makes EEEE to to EEEEEE shoes. I find them very comfortable. I hope this helps. If not, consider the source and the cost of the advice.

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OK, let me say up front I know almost nothing of casual sneakers, including Epaulet, Gustin, or Rancourt. With that said, New Balance makes EEEE to to EEEEEE shoes. I find them very comfortable. I hope this helps. If not, consider the source and the cost of the advice.


Thanks, actually, I have looked into New Balance. Pretty much only their running trainers are available in the extended widths. The more casual models are not. I guess I'm looking for something a little more, erm....."fashiony."

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