- Apr 29, 2014
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Short answer is yes. Long answer - make sure you're buying the Yaegers on the same size scale as your other pairs as they use different sizes for JP and US. JP10 = US9 for example.Sizing advise for Clinch Yeagers wanted. I wear size 9us in the mast trainer and graham; do i stick with the same size?
The Mast Trainers I have are on the MT last. These are a narrow wrap around fit. I have the trainers, Yeager (CN-S) and a the George in the stock CN last. The CN is comfortable for me ( between C and D in width). I was surprised how narrow the MT last feels but absolutely agree to keep the same length in all their lasts.Short answer is yes. Long answer - make sure you're buying the Yaegers on the same size scale as your other pairs as they use different sizes for JP and US. JP10 = US9 for example.
Most of the Mast trainers are on the CN last, Graham is on the MR (same length but shorter instep than the CN), and the Yaeger is on the CN-S which has a wider forefoot with the same length / instep as the CN.
Rolling Dub Trio?So I like the idea of a somewhat chiseled harness boot, but most harness boots are much too square in the toebox. Any Japanese maker that makes a really nice harness boot?
I pre-orderd a pair of Caspers from Tempo, should arrive in Sept/Oct. Did you try emailing RDT about the Gleaner?I'm wanting a pair of Rolling Dub Caspers more and more, since they don't do the Gleaners in my size. However, I'm pretty sure I'd be a 10.5 and they appear to only do a 10 or an 11.
I also already have Blundstones, so.