Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by A Fine Pair Of Shoes, Mar 28, 2011.
The difference is the width AS Aldeburgh are EE (Slim to Medium) and AS Snape is G (Wide)
Are sizes listed in US or UK sizing?
How do Alfred Sargents typically fit? I recently ordered a UK 7.5 in the C&J Waltons whcih fits well length wise but is just a little tight width wise. How do the Alfred Sargent's compare fit wise?
Anyone know how a 10E on the C&J 240 fits? If I'm 10.5 Barrie or an 11 in the RL Darlton, would that work? Also wondering about the AS 80 last sizing.
edit - measured my sole on the 11 darlton (US sizing?) and on some Aldens/AE's I have, all come out to ~11E on the 80 (32-33x11.5); is that right? seems to be almost like US size...
The AS Tavistock (6F) and C&J Islay (6E) I bought were UK sizing (I am a US 7D/E). Great people by the way.
AS do run slightly wider than C&J
Half a UK size down will usually be a good match for US sizing.
Agree with this totally, have 2 pair of AS's and they def are slightly wider than C&J.
I'm kind of an 11C. What size should I be looking for?
10.5E or 10E I would think.
Since I have a narrower foot, I can get away with wearing 11D lace ups since you can tie them tighter. Does this work with monkstraps as well? I have a tough time with loafers.
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Any chance the AS Pytchley in 7f would fit a US 8.5? I am a standard width. I am looking for a light colored derby and this might fit the bill.
If you let me have your foot length measurement I will measure the 7F Pytchley internally for you to compare - I think a 1.5 size drop may be too far but more than happy to see for you.
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