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FWIW, I was considering the suede Chelsea from Buttero and Greg recommended 44 for me. I am a 10.5UK in Carmina Rain.
post #27902 of 36514
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

^ David, 43s are too tight, I'm near 100% certain. Unless further up the size scale the +sizing of them becomes even more prominent, but I doubt that.
44 would be my bet, which could still be slightly snug.
PS: And who wants snug, limiting sneakers? (~quoting Greg here.)

I agree with DeSense. I have the same sizing as the OP and 44 in boots works very well for me. I actually went with 45 in the Tanino sneakers and while they are a bit loose, they are totally fine. I don't have any issues with them slipping off or anything like that.

If I were to wear them with no-shows I just tug the laces tighter than if I were wearing thicker socks, and I've never had any problems in my 2+ years of owner ship (except for the shitty laces, I've had to replace the leather laces on both pairs of Buttero footwear I own within a year of purchase).
post #27903 of 36514
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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post


Do you wear thinner socks with them?  Thicker socks?

Usually pretty thin.
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post

FWIW, I was considering the suede Chelsea from Buttero and Greg recommended 44 for me. I am a 10.5UK in Carmina Rain.

The boots for a little different. I think I might have taken a different size in the side zips.
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Any plans to restock the Scott & Charters mid grey cashmere knit cap before the end of the year? I waited too long and they are sold out... shog[1].gif
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Cross post from the Vass thread -

Thanks to NMWA, I'm a new member of the Vass community.

After wearing them around the house a bit over the holiday weekend and now to the office today my initial assessment is that they are surprisingly comfortable right out of the box and oooohhhh so beautiful to look at. I don't think it will be long until I add a second pair to my closet.



Cognac scotch grain Alt Wien

Shout out to the fast service from NMWA as well - I ordered the shoes and a tie on the afternoon of the 23rd and they were on my doorstep in Detroit before the end of the day of the 25th. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Doing a report on proforma losses, and keep typing proformosa
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Come join the Vass x NMWA medium brown suede F or P2 chukka GMTO:

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/365231/no-man-walks-alone-x-vass-mto-thread/100_100#post_8203427

 

Or join some other GMTO this forum organizes and end up with some horrible chisel-toed boot with 7 leathers. Your choice.

 

 

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How does Jamieson's sweater sizing compare to Inis and Schneider? I'm a M in Inis and V in Schneider.

post #27910 of 36514
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Originally Posted by John Grady Cole View Post

Come join the Vass x NMWA medium brown suede F or P2 chukka GMTO:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/365231/no-man-walks-alone-x-vass-mto-thread/100_100#post_8203427

Or join some other GMTO this forum organizes and end up with some horrible chisel-toed boot with 7 leathers. Your choice.


I've never been a chukka boot kind of guy but I'll definitely keep an eye out for other future Vass GMTOs.
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Anybody have the burgundy Eidos FJ and can comment on how versatile it is with different outfits? I've never owned a burgundy-colored piece of outerwear, and I'm nearly ready to take the plunge. 

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What size would I be in Dents hairsheep gloves? I am a medium typically.

Is the highway tan color close to cognac?

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/gloves/highway-tan-inseam-stitched-hairsheep-gloves.html
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Any plans to do an Eidos MTM event?

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Just wanted to note that I took delivery of a pair of last-year's NMWA Merola cashmere lined peccary gloves in cork from a member whose sizing didn't work out for them and they are flat out fantastic.

Since I live in Florida, my existing glove stable are all lighter, driving type gloves like Rapha's leather town gloves. These Merola's are real winter mitts and the leather is just To. Die. For.

I'm looking forward to putting them through their paces in DC and Penn next week while on holiday!
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For the Scott and Charters Shawl Cardigans would a 36r (slim) jacket size be size S or XS?

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