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Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.

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  1. JChong8

    JChong8 New Member

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    A question with regard to sizing on the SLP boots. I know there are obviously many different models, but what general sizing should I know about before ordering online. I actually live in an area that doesn't allow me to try on any SLP boots at all unless I traveled hours to do so.

    The problem is that I have seen mixed opinions all over the place about the boots. I feel most say they fit "true to size" but I've seen reputable SLP owners in threads like this and others online mention sizing down 0.5 size to potentially a full size. I've heard suede has more give so you could size down a full size on the suede boots. I'm a size 42 in most sneakers but I'm wondering if I should go with a 42 or if a 42 would be a more comfortable fit?
     
  2. Prudy

    Prudy Well-Known Member

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    generally TTS unless you have 6 toes
     
  3. stoptryinghard

    stoptryinghard Active Member

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    Not my experience. I can wear up to a 42 in Nike sneakers (and I'm usually between 40-41 in other brands), and I had to size down to 39 for a pair of Jodhpurs. All the SLP boots I've ever tried ran way large.
     

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