@middlepP Could it be an smu Neumora? Pep would know.
Agree about the comment on what runs large - the Gobi and any of the Brisbane / cheetah come to mind. And definitely the firenze.
Neuromas (freudian slip becayse I was just diagnosed with one) have the square toe of the 333 last. It could just be an MTO.
I take the same length in all of those last's. As others have said, TB is quite wide in the forefoot and toebox. For reference, I wear a 10.5 EEE in all AE lasts, and a 10.5 E in TruBalance. A word of caution, though. TB is so comfortable and orthopedic ally designed that it has kind of ruined my AE boots for me. None of them come anywhere close to the comfort of my Indy boots. Either do my Barrie last Aldens, for that matter. Closest contender is Vass Peter 2 last.
Do these Cordovan Macneil's seem dry by chance? Or does the polish look like it was caked on? If you look closely at the second picture, you can sort of see little flakes of dried polish. Should a good brushing fix this? Thanks y'all. I just got these used and they were already re-conditioned.
They loom dry AF to my eyes. Give them a good buffing to see if you can express some fats and raise a shine. If not, then break out ye conditioner. This site swears by Bick4, although Kexol will do fine as well.
The shearling First Ave in country grain is your best bet. That or fork over the 1400 for some Edward Green Galways in country calf.