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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
Some Edward Green eye candy for your weekend gentlemen. Unipair
Are any of those sale items?
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?
Hard to tell without knowing what you wear on other lasts.
True. Given this is on the 202 last, does this typically run 1/2 or 1 size larger for us Americans?
The second number in the EG sizing scheme is the US size. For example, 8.5/9D is a US 9D.
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
I thought UK E is EG medium, so D is narrow.
If you wear a US9D, you should get 8.5/9E in EG 202.
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.
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.
So what does that leave E and F? UK E is definitely medium for EG.
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