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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
The 202 is a bit wider at the toe end then the 82 last. I like both
the angle in the first picture makes your foot look like it curves a ton to the left. kinda strange
[the angle in the first picture makes your foot look like it curves a ton to the left. kinda strange[/quote]
that is the difference between the 82 last and the 202! , the 82 is a bit narrow at the toe end where as the 202 is a much rounded last.
Here is another picture maybe it was the angle of the picture
agree with this, for the fairly narrow-footed like me (us?)
Just to confirm what the others have stated 10.5D Barrie/Trubalance to 10.5E 82 Last.
I agree that it is a bit wider.
I have, and also like, both. I also have both lasts in a D width and an E width - and either works fine - depending on style of shoe, sock worn, etc. The 82 last in a D width is easily more snug than the 202 in a D width.
If I had to choose either the 202 or 82, I would go with the 202. But, again, I do like both.
very verrry nice
Enjoying my Falkirks (Midnight and Dark Oak Antique, 82) today.
Somehow the last seems a little over elongated on that pic.
This color is fantastic. Theres a single monk on the bay that I am thinking of moving in on
Belgravia in Chestnut:
Montpellier in Hazel:
both great. Montpellier is a nice full strap compared to the other EG strap pennies.
I noticed the newbury on leffot's website and wondered if it could be mto without the broguing on the toe. I have been looking at the cj alex as I couldn't find am eg equivalent. Additionally to get the alex in benchgrade would make the shoe almost 1300$ not including shoe trees. Thank You gentlemen
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