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

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  1. unbelragazzo

    unbelragazzo Jewfro Dubiously Honored

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    I have the brown and like it, but I think the grey is actually the coolest one. Should be easy to wear with jeans.
     


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    How is it possible that the Heschung Taupe Malko Boots are still available in sizes 8.5-10 and then some? People are sleeping on these boots. Perfect casual (and really comfortable) boots that go equally with casual trousers/chinos and awesome with jeans. These boots are the perfect substitute for those MC cats who can't bring themselves to wear sneakers that cost more than $90, but don't mind dropping $200-$800 on properly stitched and well crafted shoes/boots. These were the perfect mix of sneaker/boot I have been looking for in my wardrobe for a while. Quality shoe.




    I own the grey and for more information and a fit pic, search my username in this thread and proceed to the checkout page on NMWA :D
     
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    Have my eye on them. In your experience, fairly true to Size? I'm a 9USD/8.5UK generally.
     


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    ^ Would kop in an 8 =/ but sold out
     


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    Thanks for the quick response. Salt is my main concern. I'm going to see if I can find Obenauf's locally. If not, Leffot carries Montana Pitch Blend and I can always stop by in the AM tomorrow.
     


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    Question for the Vass people: I'm a US 10.5+ (think a 10.6 left and a 10.7-10.8 right foot; a little extra width in the front 'round the little toe) - what's the going wisdom in sizing for me for the the Vass Budapest Oxford F-Last?

    I'm fence sitting, but gravity is pulling me in...
     


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    44 on the F, 45 on the U
     


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    I sized them according to my Barrie size. I wear a US 8D and purchased the size 8. They fit a little longer than the Barrie last and than most boots in that size that I own, but still the right fit as they don't slip around when worn even with thinner socks and I don't need an insole. They run a bit more narrow so I don't think sizing down to the 7.5 would have worked for that reason anyway.


    That's b/c I own them :foo:
     


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    Ambulance Chaser Senior member

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    Do you typically wear US10.5 or US11? What size do you wear in other makes (e.g., Carmina, Lobb, EG, G&G, C&J, etc.)? Just going by this information, I'd guess EU43.5, but knowing more would be helpful.
     


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    unbelragazzo Jewfro Dubiously Honored

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    Agree, 44 on F. I'm US 11+, I took a 44.5 on the F.
     


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    Sounds like another job for rentaswag. I can proxy that for you or something.


    :D
     


  12. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I'd say 44 on F and P2; 44.5 on U
     


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    Closet clean. :satisfied:

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    Thanks to everyone for the Vass F-Last advice!


    ^^^Not sure what Stitchy has going on there, but :lurk:
     


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    I love those button fixer things. :slayer: I can't wait to use mine on my next poppped shirt button.
     
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