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Looking for an austerity brogue

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by elbastardocalvo, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. elbastardocalvo

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    I'm thinking about getting this one from Meermin in burgundy:

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    Very nice. Price?
     
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    Currently, it would have to be made to order, which will run close to $400 and take 12 weeks for delivery. There are plans to add it to the website in the next few months, however, which would drop the price to roughly $310 shipped.
     
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    Very nice. I should add that fit/sizing will be an issue for me as well, as I wear a 14EEE. The CT/Loake 13.5EEE will likely work for me. The Edward Green you posted is beautiful...
     
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    I'm expecting this any day now in Dark Brown Calf on the Ben last MTO Linea Maestro line, pics up as soon as !!
     
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    I'm having a pair made up by Gravati. They should be done very soon. Will post up when they arrive.
     
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    No dice on Meermin. I reached out to them and they do not have any extra-wide lasts, and therefore even their MTO isn't an option. Bummer.
     
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    I have these. Very nice. Great antiquing on the leather, and seem to be very well made.
    Quite narrow in the toe box area, though, so I would go up a 1/2 size from normal UK (I'm normally UK or Italian size 9 compared to an AE size 10, but for this Cheaney last I'm a UK 9.5 ).
     

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