Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
I will pm you tomorrow. I am in bed and comfy... -Mike
How did the sizing turn out for ya? they look sweet!
Yeah, these are tough to size. I believe the D widths won't work for anyone with regular width feet. However, the EEE widths all have some serious heel slippage, though I think that's acceptable in a slipper. The 8.5EEE fit okay, but they're a tad tight, possibly from overly thick sheerling. The 9EEE is arguably a better fit for me, though this particular pair has more sheerling in the right vs. the left which makes the fit a bit off, and the stitching/finishing is a little sloppy. I'm trying to decide between the 8.5EEE and the 9EEE but I'm just not sure yet.
Fit is perfect! On the 5 last I'm an E. But on the 1 last I stayed true to the length but went down a width (D) based on how my MTO Dundees fit.
Anyone have fit pics of daltons with jeans? I would primarily be wearing them casually...
Hey Teal, Mike should be able to tell you more, but in the meantime I'll say that I don't think it's related to Independence lining. My stock shell cordovan Daltons had the same soft toe. Unfortunately I've read that it can lead to some odd creasing. Ps - how are you liking the McAllisters? Also I know I owe you a pm!
Google image search... it's your friend.
These are my Walnut Shell Daltons from a few weeks ago.
^^^ Gorgeous boots, dude.
Great looking makeup! The color looks significantly darker than my Cappuccino Macallisters. I like that shade a lot!
What is the edge and welt color on these? Love the contrast.
Mine is supposed to be delivered this week. Very excited J-ville was able to make this happen. I prefer my AE shell belts to the BB and Alden (which have been discontinued) offerings.
Great shade, great edging, great socks. I love it all.
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