Cheaney 11028 last (from Herrings)

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  1. Thanks SF (a new me)

    Thanks SF (a new me) Senior member

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    Do you have any sizing/fit conversion from US 6.5D?

    I am looking at the Gladstone and Chamberlain models from Herrings and not sure if 6F or 5.5F would be a better fit...I have the Cheaney Grassmere on the 175 last and a UK 6F is a great fit...

    Thanks in advance.....
     


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    The following photos might help:
    Deal 175, Walbrooke 2003, Lime 11028

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    Do you have any sizing/fit conversion from US 6.5D?

    I am looking at the Gladstone and Chamberlain models from Herrings and not sure if 6F or 5.5F would be a better fit...I have the Cheaney Grassmere on the 175 last and a UK 6F is a great fit...

    Thanks in advance.....


    The 2003 last and the 175 lasts are both very short lasts, but the 175 last is a little more genrous in the width. If your toes are fairly close to the end in your 175 last shoes I'd stick with the same size in the 11028 last - which is a bit longer and a bit wider. However if you've loads of room in the 175 last I'd suggest you go down half a size.

    PS The Premier Range is excellent value for money - they are worth £30 - £40 more IMO
     


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