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Shoe Fit Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kronik, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. Tarmac

    Tarmac Senior member

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    The Grensons were both shoes. 9.5 was a snug fit and I would have preferred larger.

    Also, both of these just looked tiny for some reason. The exterior length was noticeably shorter than my other shoes in the same size
     
  2. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    And another update:
    R.M. Williams Craftsman, 9G (Australian), yearling. Surprisingly it does not feel as snug as the kangaroo-leather Stockman, but at the same time it is not as loose at ankles as the Stockman. I'd blame my spindly ankles for that. Very comfortable.

    Stacy Adams Madison 00015 in size/width 10 D color Brown kidskin. Bought these because they were cheap and looked pretty decent unlike the vast majority of S.A. pimpwear. Fit is excellent. Comfortably snug, even at the ankles.
     
  3. whedda

    whedda Member

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    These are my everyday shoes and sizes.

    Crockett&Jones - Lowndes (348) - UK8/EU42 - Perfect fit!

    Loding - Milan - UK7.5/EU41.5 - Snugg but good fit.

    Loake 1880 - Knightsbridge - UK8/EU42 - okey fit, almost a bit big.

    N.D.C made by hand - EU42 - A bit long and snugg.

    Can anyone help me with the sizes of Bexley? If you own or have tried on a pair and can compare it to any of my modells I might know if there big or small i sizes.
     
  4. Kent Wang

    Kent Wang Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    There was a website somebody started last year or so where they basically did what this thread does, but compiled all the data for you. I can't remember what it's called now. Anyone?
     

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