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German Army Trainers Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Lupo, Feb 27, 2011.

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  1. wttm

    wttm Senior member

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    Tried on the Agnes B. They are pretty good for how much they cost.
     


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    I have a question on GAT sizing. I have strange feet apparently. I wear a 9.5D in most tennis shoes (such as NB, Nike, etc.), an 8.5 in Clarks DBs (thin socks), 9 in Katahdins (thin socks). I'm thinking I'm most likely a 270 in GATs but wanted to see what you all thought.

    Thanks.
     


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    I'm a true 41 (or maybe 41.5), and my GATs in 265 fit very snug, so you'd probably want 270
     


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  5. defan

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    I have a question on GAT sizing. I have strange feet apparently. I wear a 9.5D in most tennis shoes (such as NB, Nike, etc.), an 8.5 in Clarks DBs (thin socks), 9 in Katahdins (thin socks). I'm thinking I'm most likely a 270 in GATs but wanted to see what you all thought.

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    Thanks, I'll try those.
     


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    swisschalet Well-Known Member

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    I have a question on GAT sizing. I have strange feet apparently. I wear a 9.5D in most tennis shoes (such as NB, Nike, etc.), an 8.5 in Clarks DBs (thin socks), 9 in Katahdins (thin socks). I'm thinking I'm most likely a 270 in GATs but wanted to see what you all thought.

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    I'm a 9 db, 9.5 katahdin and wear 275 in the Gats so 270 should be your size.
     


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    Tried on the Agnes B. They are pretty good for how much they cost.

    how much were they? Were they comfortable?
     


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    all sizes are available again (245-315)
    i don't know for how long
     


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    delete
     


  11. Eupfhoria

    Eupfhoria Well-Known Member

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    got my GATs in from Zeemon today; highly recommended seller.
     


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    how narrow or wide do these run?
     


  13. linkinwayne

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    how narrow or wide do these run?

    Not as narrow as CPs, pretty TTS
     


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    Is MMM the only one currently making black ones?
     


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    No, Adidas has black resplits.
     


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