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sorry, but I haven’t been able to stop thinking about these boots all day. I’ll assume they were MTO? What was the wait time?
The EG store in London did a small run of these. They were on the website as well. They certainly look much better than the stock pics on the website.
 

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How much of a difference is there between F and E in Edward Green, and also compared to the same fit in Crockett & Jones? Thanks for any replies
 

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How much of a difference is there between F and E in Edward Green, and also compared to the same fit in Crockett & Jones? Thanks for any replies
World of a difference. The F is considerably wider.

The Edward Greens E width is close to Crockett Jones E width, perhaps a bit more generous depending on the last.
 

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World of a difference. The F is considerably wider.

The Edward Greens E width is close to Crockett Jones E width, perhaps a bit more generous depending on the last.
The most pronounced difference to me between EJ and CJ lasts is that the heels on EG are much more fitted. I can't seem to avoid heel slippage on CJ no matter the size
 

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Thanks that’s helpful. I am trying to decide whether to get a 202 in F vs E... too wide might be better than too narrow...
 

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I find 202 to be generous at an E width. Depending on the length of your shoes, 202 in F just sounds blobby
Oh no. I’ve ordered and it’s being delivered by courier - I thought I’d purchase before the Covid lockdown. I’ll find out soon 😧
 

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Oh no. I’ve ordered and it’s being delivered by courier - I thought I’d purchase before the Covid lockdown. I’ll find out soon 😧
Look everyone has different style preferences and feet. If your feet are on the wide side, then the F width may be what you need.
 

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