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Hi. Couple years ago I started developing an idea to tackle the issue of ordering correct size online. I let it go because I had higher priorities, namely child and writing/directing film and writing for highsnobiety, to pay for stuff. Now I want to try again, but really organic, see where it goes. The idea is pure data. You judge your size in a brand you don't have by comparing it in other lists that include things you do have. It's probably best utilised with shoes. Maybe we can build something here.

My sizes:


Vans (all) 10.5
Diemme Garda 11
Nike 45
Nike Flyknit 44-44.5
Adidas 44 2/3
Gucci Horsebit Loafer 9
RM Williams 9G
Bottega Veneta 43
Converse 10
Buttero 43
Clarks Originals 9
Viberg Service Boot 9.5

BODY (5'9", 175cm, 72-75kg, snug/tapered fit, not skinny):

Thom Browne shirt 3
Visvim shirt M & L
Levis "Tab Twills" shirt S & M
CDG Evergreen shirt S
Haversack shirt M
Margiela shirt 48 & 2
Bleu de Paname S
Muji shirting XS & S
WTAPS shirt 3
Demeulemeester shirt S
Stone Island Shadow Project shirt M
A Kind of Guise shirt M
Nigel Cabourn shirt 48

APC sweaters S
Real McCoys sweatshirts M
Todd Snyder x Champion M
Champion Reverse Weave M
Marni sweaters 48
Dries van Noten sweater M
Arpenteur Rostoff vest M
Reigning Champ S & M
maharishi M & L

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