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C&J shoe sizes compared to A-E

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jmatt, Jun 20, 2006.

  1. jmatt

    jmatt Senior member

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    I'm interested in some C&J's, but am at a loss as to sizing. My workhorse shoe is the Allen Edmunds Colton (I have both chestnut AND black) in size 10 EEE. My need for EEE is primarily based on a think instep, rather than a wide foot (does that make sense?).

    From what I've learned here, I'm guessing I need a shoe in a "G" fitting in size 10 1/2. Unfortunatley, I see very few shoes in a G fitting.

    What size should I be looking for? I'm in the midwest USA, so there are no stores for me to actually try on a shoe. I have to make a leap of faith.
     
  2. NoVaguy

    NoVaguy Senior member

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    probably 9 1/2 G. Maybe even a 9 G.

    I wear a 10.5 D in AE (1, 3, 4, 7, and 8 lasts) and a 9.5 E in C&J's 337 last (one of their longer lasts).
     

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