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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. hrv123

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    I have a Mazz in 16 and the shoulders are 19".
     
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    Reviewing some old fit notes, I once had a pair of Common Projects Achilles and comment was "too narrow in size 40, any larger would be too long. NG. sold."

    I have a slightly wide forefoot; will Butteros also be too narrow/similar in fit to CP? I really don't remember how the length was at 40, other than my comment that 40+ would def. be too long. Any input here would be much appreciated.
     
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    I wear a size US9.5D dress shoe. I occasionally take a sneaker in size US10 to account for thicker socks. The Buttero sneaker in size 42 fits pretty well. It is not narrow in the forefoot. I think the Buttero in size 40 would work for you.
     
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    ^ how much is the discount on Buttero's?
     
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    Are exchanges allowed on items purchased using this code? Say, if a pair of shoes doesn't fit and you need another size?
     
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    Thanks AC.
     
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    Any fit pics of the Oliver Spencer lambeth bomber? Tried to find some and could not.

    I slept on the Esemplare stuff to round out my shoe collection and now that ship has sailed.
     
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    Is this sale better than the most recent founders sale? seemed that sale was better price-wise :)
     
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    I'm sure if you complain about it more then you'll guarantee yourself better prices in the future.
     
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    I think you're thinking of the Flounder's Sale, where people were offering $50 for $300 wallets.
     
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    That was pretty awesome while it lasted.
     
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    you all make me smile.
     
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    It was. Still kind of sore that I lost out on those MTO shoe auctions. Even with the high price, they were lower than what one would pay for MTO shoes.
     
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    Best of all, that smile was free! :slayer:
     
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    lol this thread is delivering.
     
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    Not to some people :(

    Ok, I'll stop.
     
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    Get a real job, hippie?
     
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