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post #4411 of 4695
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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

That'd be my guess too.
Usually wear 11US and wear a 9.5UK in the zip boots.

thanks, hope one of you guys cops a pair
post #4412 of 4695
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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

Bought this brogue 'Chuck' this morning for $125.
Seems sturdy and well-made enough.
450


$125!! where did you go...

 

post #4413 of 4695

Thanks for the tip! Ordered a pair in the beige, which I'd been trying to find online for a while. Hope the sizing works out..
post #4414 of 4695
Hate that sole, rubber and way to thick. Thanks for the link though
post #4415 of 4695
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Originally Posted by tellure View Post

Thanks for the tip! Ordered a pair in the beige, which I'd been trying to find online for a while. Hope the sizing works out..

sure thing, lmk how they turn out, the beige looks like reverse/suede but i may be mistaking
post #4416 of 4695
The beige is a bit like nubuck - not your traditional shiny leather surface, but definitely not suede. It's pretty nice. The lining is a very soft leather, similar to my F+B's. Actually overall the boots are great, and are almost exactly what I'm looking for. The only thing that didn't quite work was the toe - it's the slightly narrower Paul Smith trademark style. Which is cool if that's the look you're going for, and I can pull it off with some slim jeans, but I'm kind of looking for a general-purpose boot I could wear with somewhat looser jeans too. So, put 'em up on B&S. Still appreciate the tip though.. if I hadn't given those a shot I'd probably be forever wondering.
post #4417 of 4695
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Originally Posted by tellure View Post

The beige is a bit like nubuck - not your traditional shiny leather surface, but definitely not suede. It's pretty nice. The lining is a very soft leather, similar to my F+B's. Actually overall the boots are great, and are almost exactly what I'm looking for. The only thing that didn't quite work was the toe - it's the slightly narrower Paul Smith trademark style. Which is cool if that's the look you're going for, and I can pull it off with some slim jeans, but I'm kind of looking for a general-purpose boot I could wear with somewhat looser jeans too. So, put 'em up on B&S. Still appreciate the tip though.. if I hadn't given those a shot I'd probably be forever wondering.

thanks for the review man, if i get some cash untied in coming weeks i may try to pick up a pair...

btw did you but tts?
post #4418 of 4695
Pretty much.. I wear a 9.5 normally, and like to buy size 10 in boots so I can add an insole for extra comfort. The size UK 9 / US 10 in the Glenn had a bit of extra room for my 9.5 foot and fit me perfectly with an insole.
post #4419 of 4695

PS Glenn boots looks great!! Curved Riri zippers makes them special.

 

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post #4420 of 4695
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Originally Posted by tellure View Post

Pretty much.. I wear a 9.5 normally, and like to buy size 10 in boots so I can add an insole for extra comfort. The size UK 9 / US 10 in the Glenn had a bit of extra room for my 9.5 foot and fit me perfectly with an insole.

so why are you selling?

also if i am a us11 will uk10 work for me or too big?
post #4421 of 4695
Like I said above, the only thing that didn't quite work was the toe - it's the slightly narrower Paul Smith trademark style. Which is cool if that's the look you're going for, and I can pull it off with some slim jeans, but I'm kind of looking for a general-purpose boot I could wear with somewhat looser jeans too.

If you're a US11 then I would say a UK10 would be perfect for you. At most half a size larger, but you can always put in an insole and get some added comfort too.
post #4422 of 4695
Paul smith fans, where are you guys at, this thread is dying...
post #4423 of 4695
tbh the shoes went off the boil a while ago - they just ain't what they used to be : (
post #4424 of 4695

Older models such as Ricard's, Corso's and Cage's were great, but I haven't seen anything tempting for a while.

 

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Originally Posted by PSFAN View Post

Paul smith fans, where are you guys at, this thread is dying...

 

 

post #4425 of 4695
This pretty much sums up why I haven't been following PS shoes lately.

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