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Shoe purge. Saint Crispin's and Paraboot. Size 10.5. 260€ for SC

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Stefan88, Jan 31, 2016.

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  1. Stefan88

    Stefan88 Senior member

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    Clearing out some shoes that don't fit me as good as I'd like.

    Saint Crispin's made on the classic last. 10.5F.
    Used quite a bit for around a year, but many years left. Comes with trees.
    260€

    Really sturdy pair that I can highly recommend for casual use. Barely used, couple of times for around one month, but bought it half a size too small. Size 44.5
    140€

    Free worldwide shipping.
    Prices are lowered now. 260 euro for the SC and trees included. Too good to be true? International shipping 30€
     

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    Hi just wondering re size and fit of 10.5 f in st C?
    Any comparisons? I take 10.5 e CJ or 10.5 F in Gaziano for example 11e in EG 202
    Thanks!
     


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    Hi,

    I take myself 10.5F in G&G and C&J, Alfred Sargent and so on, but I wear 10.5 in EG 202 and 82.
    Pretty sure they should be good for you though. :)
     




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    How come you have Crispins in a F width? Don´t you have your own last? Can´t say for sure, but two widths sounds like a lot..
     
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    This was before I had my personal last made. Want to have a new pair made on that last now :)
     


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    F width sound a bit narrow, how was that width for you? And how is the overall fit? Just curious, as i think i tried on a rtw model once, the 535 i believe, size 10 or so. Not even close..
     


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    The size is quite good for me, but the personal last is better.
    I've got no issues with the f-width. This is a 10.5 though.
     


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    Strange one. We've got almost identical feet, but still wear different sizes and widths at times. And sorry for ruining your sales thread.
     


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    Np at all!
    There are lots of variables, as hight of instep, and you are I would say a full width wider. We may have different ideas of fit too. You may prefer than a bit tighter than I do :)
     


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