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Edited by jrd617 - 9/27/13 at 5:02pm
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Originally Posted by ovlov View Post

I think I've asked this somewhere here before but never got an answer.

I have very mismatched feet. I have hear it is common for people to have one foot slightly larger than the other but in my case it is so pronounced that I really should be wearing two differrent sizes. I think one is an 10.5F and the other 11D. Obviously there is no way I can afford bespoke. But if I purchase MTO from Crockett and Jones, Edward Green or the like, am I able to order shoes with different sizes for my feet or will I have to just get one standard sizing?

Allen Edmonds. They allow different sizing for MTO shoes.
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Best quality slim-fitting OCBDs for $100-200? $200-300? Any obscure brands worth investigating for shirting?

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Mercer & sons custom
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Brooks Brothers has both Slim and Extra Slim. Retail for < $100 each, and frequently on sale for less.

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Kamakura has been gaining a lot of traction on the forum in the past couple months. Sub $100 though so under your desired range.
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Originally Posted by NHKvictim View Post


Can these be worn casually somehow (without looking dumb)?

 

They are workboots, so wear them when you plan on beating the hell out of your feet.  

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^Might be, might not be. Wait until you get it and can actually feel the fabric.
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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post

^Might be, might not be. Wait until you get it and can actually feel the fabric.

Sorry, I failed to mention...I did receive it...still can't tell.

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Are there labels anywhere it it? And why do you care? It is what it is.
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Are there labels anywhere it it? And why do you care? It is what it is.

 

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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post

Are there labels anywhere it it? And why do you care? It is what it is.

.No, there are no labels...at least not identifying fabric content. It is what it is, but what's that?

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Any discount codes for affiliate vendors?  I'm buying suiting cloth and a few accessories right now, and wondering if anyone has deals on for SF members?

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Henry Carter always has 10% for SF members.
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What's the difference between calf leather and "bovine leather"? I can't find any ref to it on any shoe forums. Shoes I'm looking at are calf inner lining with bovine leather uppers. All their shoes ate custom made so I could probably ask to have all calf. But the standard shoes looks nice (if a little 'home made') , so just wondering if this is something to steer clear of.
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