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Offical TRICKERS shoes and boots thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. zippyh

    zippyh Distinguished Member

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    That's what I do. One full size down for 4497, 2298, etc. 1.5 down for 4444.
     

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    It was a mixture of dark brown and mahogany cream polish from saphir.
    Also, 10% skill and 90% luck :laugh:
     

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    I had to think a lot longer about the sizes too. I'm a US 7.5D on Red wings Iron Rangers.
    Thankfully, I had experience with an earlier shoe from Cheaney.
    The last for that one was 12508 and the size I got was UK 6.5F. It was a great fit for me.
    In the end, I took the risk and decided to go against what most others were saying and got a size UK6.5 (5) for my Henry chelsea on last 4444. It was a very good fit for me.
    Do note that I have long and wide toes therefore requiring more room on the toe box. I also prefer wearing mine with thick socks or thin socks with insoles.
    From what I understand, shoe sizes from the same last can also be different. Especially between lace ups and chelseas.Thus, making this endeavor even more challenging:(
    Even after saying all this, unfortunately, there's still no way for anyone here to give you a definitive answer on your shoe size. These are only experiences and guidelines.
    Best of luck getting one.
     

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    Monty desert boots. I got myself a size 8 and gave the 9s away as a gift. However, there are still a new size 9 and 8 available.

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    Looking good!

    Can I ask what the trousers are?
     

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    Thanks. They are a type of jeans from Hugo Boss. Delaware jeans in dark beige. However, they certainly don’t feel like jeans. Here’s some I found online, though I’m not sure they are exactly the same. The Hugo Boss website doesn’t sell them now.
     

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    Olivia grain should deal well with the effects of Florence.
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    Yes the texture looks a bit different to normal jeans.

    Colour looks different but could be the website.

    Thanks
     

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    Those are simply wonderful. I am a sucker for texture.

    As if I need anything else on my wish list.
     

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    I like ‘em!. Would also look good with the crepe dyed brown to match. Have you treated the suede with anything for water resistance?.
     

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    That’s also what I wanted to do as the crepe edge gets diry anyways.

    Here are my woodstocks after 10 wears or so!

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    Zippyh,

    Those are great. What color is that called? Burnt sugar suede? Did you size down 1/2 from your 4498 boots?
     

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    Thanks man. Yes and yes.
     

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