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Shoe sizing question

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Ambulance Chaser, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Distinguished Member

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    My foot measures out to a size 10C using the measuring device found in most shoe stores.  I wear a size 10M in To Boot New York, a size 9.5D or 10.5D in Bally and a size 9.5D in the RL/EG Cardiffs.  What size would fit me better in the Grenson masterpieces being sold by Bennie's: size 9.5D or size 10D?

    I'm hoping it's the former because the selection in 9.5D is a whole lot better . . .
     


  2. housemaidsknee

    housemaidsknee Senior Member

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    at the pace they are selling, i would say order both and then return what does not fit.
     


  3. STYLESTUDENT

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    Chris told me this morning that he had 79 orders pending for the Grenson Masterpieces. I'd hurry. I'd tell him you were a forum member-he seemed to like to hear that.

    As to size, based on the posts I read, they'll vary based on the last but some were tight. I'd order a half-size up but would probably order two sizes and return one, as suggested.
     


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