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British shoe sizing

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Sorry in advance if this is an obtuse question. Can anyone tell me the difference between an "F" fitting and an "FX" fitting shoe using the British shoe sizing system?

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All I can tell you is that the difference in width between a size 9 C&J "E" and "EX" fitting is that the latter fitting is 1/8" wider. I'd guess that the "FX" fitting is somewhere between American "E" and "EE" widths.
 

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