Does The Sutton Prestige Line Run Short

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  1. lutfa

    lutfa Senior member

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    My question is specificlly on the fit of this particular line .Wether or not it,s running short and narrow and or wide.If possible pictures. My main interest is the cap toe with questionable star medallion.
     


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    Forgive my ignorance, but I haven't heard of Sutton. Do you have a link?
     


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    My question is specificlly on the fit of this particular line .Wether or not it,s running short and narrow and or wide.If possible pictures. My main interest is the cap toe with questionable star medallion.

    I find if anything it runs a little long.
     


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    Forgive my ignorance, but I haven't heard of Sutton. Do you have a link?

    Sutton is JL model. I believe this is what lutfa is talking about?
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    lutfa - It's on the 8000 last, so you should be able to compare the fit with other 8000-based JLs...
     


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    This is the exactly shoe I,m taking about.When I spoke to a sales rep I was told it was a new last. Thats why I thought I should double check.He relayed to me that it,s running short. This is a possible link for a picture.www.upper-shoes.com
     


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    This is the exactly shoe I,m taking about.When I spoke to a sales rep I was told it was a new last. Thats why I thought I should double check

    Nick at modern-vintage is selling one right now and indicates it is on the 8000. It does looks like the 8000 to me but you may want to double-check...
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Stunning-New-Joh...QQcmdZViewItem
     


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    This is the exactly shoe I,m taking about.When I spoke to a sales rep I was told it was a new last. Thats why I thought I should double check.He relayed to me that it,s running short. This is a possible link for a picture.www.upper-shoes.com

    It is the 8000.The Langton is on the new last the 1105.
     


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    Sutton is JL model. I believe this is what lutfa is talking about?
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    lutfa - It's on the 8000 last, so you should be able to compare the fit with other 8000-based JLs...

    Ah, thanks. That's the only one I came up with. I thought he was referring to a "line" of shoes.
     


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    How wouldthe fit be in comparison to EG 888. What size would you were in EG 888 vs this 8000 last.
     


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    How wouldthe fit be in comparison to EG 888. What size would you were in EG 888 vs this 8000 last.

    I wear UK10E in both
     


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    Thank you very much for your response exactley what I needed to know.
     


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