- Aug 9, 2018
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If I’m a 10E should I go all the way down to an 8.5 or just to 9?
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Can someone elaborate on the Heschung Thuyas vs the paraboots?
Hopefully that answered some questions.and
Not really—sawtooth/pinking shears–like trim on paraboot, plus a diagonal side seam. Heschung is a bit more streamlined. Some people say heschung quality is a bit nicer, some people say no.
Gonna make a new thread so that others can contribute.This is fantastic thank you for doing this!
Yes, I mean I've worn these quite a bit too so they darkened up a bit. They're a nice light caramel color.
This is a tough call cuz for me it's about the length, the width is gonna be fine on 8.5 or 9. I *thiiiink* you can get away with 8.5, but you might be better off getting a 9 just in case.If I’m a 10E should I go all the way down to an 8.5 or just to 9?
My feet are exactly the same in size 9.5D. I went with size 8.5 because I was worried about size 8 being too short. Using a Dr. Scholl's insole improved the fit immensely.I'm a 10.5D brannock, low instep. I have thuyas in 9 and Michaels in 44, length-wise they are almost identical, with maybe an extra millimeter on the Michaels. I would say that I have all the other traditional hallmarks for sizing - 10D van/barrie, 10.5 Aberdeen, 11 or 11.5 in sneakers.
Volume-wise, thuyas are gigantic (but that's cuz I have flat feet too probly). Thuya lacing basically overlaps on me, while Michaels have about a centimeter gap in between the two.
tbh not a lot of options to wear heavy coats/ jackets in LA and neighboring cities/ towns except in winters, when nearby mountain ranges have been getting snow for past few years, and if you're ready to travel to NorCal, then you have plenty of opportunities to wear winter jackets in Yosemite, Tahoe, Eastern Sierra etc.So I may move from the northeast to the greater Los Angeles area, and although everything else is good I feel sad that I can’t wear any cold weather or rain gear. Is there any place that I could live around the greater Los Angeles area that might give me a chance to still make use of my awesome NMWA coats and jackets for rain/cold weather?
Hey just revisiting this again, I'm between sizes (i.e. 31, between a S and M). Leaning towards moving up half size (M) to get a relaxed feel, would you say that's a doable move, given your experience with the piece?New things:
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KS easy pants. The texture really is something. I’d say it’s lightweight and slubby with a hint of sheen.
Yea I’d say for a relaxed feel M should be good.Hey just revisiting this again, I'm between sizes (i.e. 31, between a S and M). Leaning towards moving up half size (M) to get a relaxed feel, would you say that's a doable move, given your experience with the piece?