Just Received Paul Evans Marrone Wholecut... sizing?

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by jb1987, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. jb1987

    jb1987 Active Member

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    I searched but could not find an official thread for Paul Evans like there is for Meermin, etc.

    So I just received my Paul Evans Marrone Wholecut shoe. These are easily the most expensive shoe I have ever owned. The quality seems to be great although I do not have much to compare. Only thing is the leather seems like it will crease easily but I am not sure about that.
    Only issues I have so far are the color, while very beautiful, does not quite have as much "depth" as I have seen in photos.
    Also the size...how should these shoes fit at the toe? I received a size 8 because it is recommended to go a whole size down and I normally wear a size 9. They are definitely narrow but luckily my feet are not that wide. They are very elongated as well so I am not sure if I need a size down or just not used to how long they are. My GF loves them so there is that...
    Here are some pictures that I think are true to life...
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  2. jb1987

    jb1987 Active Member

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    Looks like they are going to send me out the half size smaller so I can compare. Great service!
     


  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Sounds like you will be able to figure out your sizing! Good for them and for you. I am going to move this thread to "Menswear Advice" so that others can learn from your experience.

    Cheers,

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    jb1987 Active Member

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    Thank you! And sorry thanks for moving it.
     


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