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Originally Posted by jasonfoote303 View Post

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probably 10 or 10.5. you really will have to try them on to be sure. find a store with them or order from somewhere that has a good return policy and be prepared to send shoes back and forth a couple times. there is no way to be sure without sticking both feet into the shoes and walking around the room a few times. you can make an educated guess (which you are getting now) and maybe you'll get lucky. good luck!

Big help. Thanks man nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post


I sized down a whole size (I'm a true ten) to a nine and they fit perfectly snug. Then again, I'm also a 42 (9) in CP's, so maybe a 10.5 would work for you. I'd say find a place and try 'em on in person.

Yeah it’s weird, 44’s in CP’s fit me like a glove, little wiggle room, but they are great, wear 11’s in Cucks, Nikes (see below), and in Yuketens, Quoddys, I am usually a 10.5. Got the Leffot x Quoddy Venetian Moccs recently and had to go all the way down to a size 9.5 to make them work! Thing is I will likely go sockless in those they run big, and they are snug, but base on what I’ve read these Alden Chukka’s run a bit big, so 10 or 10.5 is likely the right call. Since it has a higher ankle and laces, I would imagine I could get away with it being on the bigger size, but I’ll try to find some local and see what’s best.

Thanks again.
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Not my size, but might make someone in looking for a Chukka in size 12 very happy at the price he is asking: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/clo/2532182940.html


Ooof, its been deleted. how much were they and what model?
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they were burgundy chukka's selling for $75
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Ooof, its been deleted. how much were they and what model?

Hmm - still visible for me - check your mails smile.gif

Joachim
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this boot from unionmade would be good bet.

http://www.unionmadegoods.com/Alden_Indy_Boot_in_Dark_Brown_Oiled_Kudu_404_225.html

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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post

thinking about getting some regular run of the mill Indys for winter. Need something to run around in when it's snowy/slushy out.

Thoughts on the sole? I don't want to be on a pair of ice skates.
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I'm gonna have to sell these new Alden cordovan captor boots. 11.5 just isn't cutting it. Too tight
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I'm gonna have to sell these new Alden cordovan captor boots. 11.5 just isn't cutting it. Too tight

What last are they on and what's your price point?
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I pm'd you burningbright
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Ravello NST

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These are unreal.

Also in an effort to fund my purchase of these boots - My Alden x Frans boone red bricks are still for sale - make me an offer!
Edited by geoffmartin17 - 8/9/11 at 1:28am
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Have been to Italy several times but this was a first to the southern part. Gotta' say, renting scooters and driving around like a mad bastard along the coast is something that should be on everyone's bucket list.

As long as you know that the South is the best part. The only reason the north is so much more industrialized is because during the unification they basically robbed our coffers to pay off their debts with the help of some corrupt local governments. Thats what basically enabled the Cammora and the Cosa Nostra to take off like they did and also what sparked the mass migration of Southerners all over the world. Sorry, rant over, back to shoes!

The South is indeed the best part. Currently in Capo Vaticano, and quite happy that today I received an email letting me know that my Whiskey LWB will be waiting for me when I get back home.
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Originally Posted by Jacopo Peterman View Post

FOR SALE

Hey guys...I have a pair of Alden unlined Chukkas in Dark Brown SIZE 11. Anyone have interest? If so I can send pictures, measurements, etc.
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I will have to put these boots up for sale since they are too small. Only worn 4 times, check the B&S for more information.
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The South is indeed the best part. Currently in Capo Vaticano, and quite happy that today I received an email letting me know that my Whiskey LWB will be waiting for me when I get back home.

enjoy your home coming present
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