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Advise needed - Conversion of shoe size from US to UK

Thracozaag

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In general it's a half-size conversion, but it also depends on the last.

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btw - my answer is based on my conversations with somebody from C&J england a few years ago.

However, nobody is 100% sure as to the provenance of the new English made Polo shoes (including the one linked to above). A lot of people say C&J, but some people in the business think it is another English firm.
 

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