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Boot Sizes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mHo2, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. mHo2

    mHo2 Member

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    Hi there, i'm looking at picking up a pair of Men's Katahdin Iron Works Engineer Boots from LL Bean.
    My (Brannock measured) shoe size is a 9.5 E+(Meaning a little larger than an E). Unfortunately they only offer widths EE and D in the bean boots I want.
    If I go 9.5EE will the extra width be a big issue? If it will be, what size should I go for, or are there another pair of recommended boots that would look similar but have a better fit for me? (I live in Canada, so something I could check out in a store would be best)

    Thank you,
    - Mat
     


  2. gsugsu

    gsugsu Senior Member

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    You might want to check out SWD and ask there. There is a thread dedicated to these boots and alternative ones. Good info over there.
     


  3. mHo2

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    Thanks! but what is SWD?
    EDIT: OH i think streetwear and denim!
     
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  4. gsugsu

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    Yup, you got it
     


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