NDC shoe sizing

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  1. MeowMeow

    MeowMeow Well-Known Member

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    NDC's run large, do I size down a half or whole size?
     


  2. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    Damn. Really, man? You couldn't just use the ask a question thread or search? It depends where you are between sizes anyways.
     


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    Nosu3 Senior member

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    one size from my experience. It could vary though, depending on the shoe and consistency.
     


  4. erdawe

    erdawe Senior member

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    Damn. Really, man? You couldn't just use the ask a question thread or search? It depends where you are between sizes anyways.
    +1 I wonder about reading comprehension on this board. I'm the same size at them and paul smith. Varvatos is usually 1/2 size larger. NDC boat shoes you may be able to size down an exta 1/2 if you like a tight fit.
     


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    sunman42000 Senior member

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    chronoaug=fag
    never contributes shit

    NDC are among my favorite shoes - i stayed true to size and they fit perfect. Like any shoes, you should probably try on a couple of sizes - but since you're probably ordering on the internet, it's up to you
     


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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    no fucking shoes run big or small, it's all psychological to justify impulse buys. 45 is 12, 10 is 10, etc.
     


  7. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    never contributes shit

    NDC are among my favorite shoes - i stayed true to size and they fit perfect. Like any shoes, you should probably try on a couple of sizes - but since you're probably ordering on the internet, it's up to you


    Did you ever figure out which color boat shoes work best with apc ns? Pick well because there of course is only one style forum approved answer. Choose wisely.
     


  8. sunman42000

    sunman42000 Senior member

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    well i would only wear what you think looks best
     


  9. MeowMeow

    MeowMeow Well-Known Member

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    You made the kitty Purrrr! MEOWWWWWW
     


  10. sexandcandy

    sexandcandy Senior member

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    I'd say they run true. I'm a 9/42 in everything non-sneaker and that's what I have in my ndc boots.
     


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    sexandcandy Senior member

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    I'd say they run true. I'm a 9/42 in everything non-sneaker and that's what I have in my ndc boots.
     


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    on their loafers i run true to size; on their ankle boat shoes i had to size down a half (they are ridiculously comfortable right out of the box)
     


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    no fucking shoes run big or small, it's all psychological to justify impulse buys. 45 is 12, 10 is 10, etc.

    agreed. 8.5 fits me most comfortably in everything, but some shoes "run large" and i get 8 or 7.5
     


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