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I'm curious if you are intentionally leaving them laced loosely during the break-in period, so that they don't end too full in the instep? Because if not, I'm wondering if maybe those aren't just a half-size too small for you, given the other issues with the right heel and the toecap and so on? I'm curious whether you would size up if you had to do it again. (And I forgot if you mentioned how you sized these relative to other brands, but would be appreciative of a reminder.)
I hope they continue to feel 'more better' every time. They look fantastic, and I am supremely jealous.
I think you need a width up hereI own two pairs of Meccariello and I am starting to understand the extremely high reputation of the Maestro. His work is impeccable.
Another comment about the breaking process. When I got this pair, it was almost impossible to keep my right foot inside it for over 30 minutes; my instep felt strangled. Over time, things shifted enough or expanded to accommodate my high-instep wide right foot. It is still a bit uncomfortable after many hours but it is getting better every time.
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oh your size is already at upper range? How big of a size run does Medallion have for their AM?
edit: I guess you just mean wider width were not available as RTW at Medallion