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Edward Green Appreciation: Pictures, Info, and Where to Buy

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. unipair guy

    unipair guy Affiliate Vendor

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    Some Edward Green eye candy for your weekend gentlemen. Unipair
     


  2. bespoken pa

    bespoken pa Senior member

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    Are any of those sale items?
     


  3. k4lnamja

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    ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!
     


  4. k4lnamja

    k4lnamja Senior member

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    I'm interested in some shoes on the 202 last

    Can someone help me determine what size I need to buy for my 9 US feet?

    Cheers
     


  5. jerrybrowne

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    Hard to tell without knowing what you wear on other lasts.
     


  6. k4lnamja

    k4lnamja Senior member

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    True. Given this is on the 202 last, does this typically run 1/2 or 1 size larger for us Americans?
     


  7. jerrybrowne

    jerrybrowne Senior member

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    The second number in the EG sizing scheme is the US size. For example, 8.5/9D is a US 9D.
     


  8. k4lnamja

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    Hmm. I guess I was thrown off when it read 9D and I thought EG woud've used their UK sizing such as: 9E or 9F and etc

    Appreciate the info! Thank you
     


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  10. sevenfoldtieguy

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    If you wear a US9D, you should get 8.5/9E in EG 202.
     


  11. sevenfoldtieguy

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    Correct
     


  12. jerrybrowne

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    Not this again. I'd do a search through this thread. The width topic has been done to death. According to EG, a "D" is not narrow, "C" is narrow.
     


  13. sevenfoldtieguy

    sevenfoldtieguy Senior member

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    Perhaps only terminology puts us in apparent disagreement.

    "Narrow" is relative.

    E is EG's standard/medium width. D is more narrow than E. C is more narrow than D. I don't think we have disagreement here.

    I have D widths and E widths in various lasts depending on style of shoe/boot - bal v. Blucher, laced v. Loafer, etc.

    In my experience, EG's E width is easily its closest to a US D width.
     


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    +1 :nodding:
     


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