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1/13 DROP! NIB Gaziano & Girling Arran Chukka Boots Vintage Pine 10 UK 10.5 US w/ Lasted Trees

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jreigen, Sep 15, 2013.

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  1. jreigen

    jreigen Senior member

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    I'm really not thrilled about selling these, but have been spending too much $ lately so need to let a few things go. Brand new in the box Gaziano & Girling Arran chukka boots in size 10E UK, approximately size 10.5D US. TG73 last, vintage pine color. Includes lasted shoe trees, shoe bags and polishing cloth. $810 including USPS Priority to the US, pm for shipping elsewhere.


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    Jesus! Half a size too big.

    Does anyone know if the TG73 last fits long? I'm normally a solid 9.5/10E in the EG 888.
     
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    Joel, those look amazing!
     
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    Magnus be careful with TG73. I am 10.5 UK in all G&G lasts except TG73 it was very narrow for my feet. I would not recommend buying TG 73 unless you can try it on first.
     
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    Interesting perspective. Myself and many others here have reported taking the same size in all G&G lasts including the TG73. I personally found the DG70 too narrow and was a bit concerned about ordering the TG73, but was very pleasantly surprised. I have a pair of Cambridge on the TG73 also in the same size that I wear quite comfortably. It's always a good idea to try on shoes first for the best fit, but unfortunately that is one of the drawbacks of purchasing discounted shoes over the internet.
     
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    I agree in fact Dean Girling told me that I should be the same size across their collection but that was not the case. I tried the same size but TG was killing my forefoot.
    You know the saying if shoe fits wear it.
     
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    I'm a bit late to this, but maybe I can offer some perspective. I have these exact same shoes in the exact same last and size, and they fit fine. Admittedly, after 12 hours, they are a bit snug. The fact that they are not a closed throat probably helps. I have two other G&Gs, the St James in 10F in the TG73, and the Windsor monk in !0E in the MH71 last.

    The St James was a bit snug when I first started wearing them, but have now, dare I say it, broken in, and fit quite well. I think that the construction allowed the 10E to fit me in the Arran.

    For the Windsor, they were also a but snug when I first started wearing them, but they now fit quite well. It really helps to try them on, but since you can't in this case, I hope that his helps.
     
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    Are these Arran's still available? They do look amazing. Obviously, it would be nice to try them on. I've never tried St. Crispy's :)
     
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    They are!
     
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