My feet are dramatically different in size (right 9.5D, left 8D), the result of procedures in infancy and childhood to correct a club foot. For all my life, I've had either to purchase two different pairs of shoes (which I've rarely done because of the expense involved) or have had to labor with a left shoe that fit very poorly. A few weeks ago, I took a trip to the local Nordstrom's to buy a pair of Allen-Edmonds Park Avenues. As the salesman was taking my measurements, I let him know about the difference and suggested he'd need to size the shoes based upon my larger right foot. His response? In situations where there was at least a size-and-a-half difference, Nordstrom's would sell me the proper size shoe for each foot at only the cost of a single pair. For the first time in years, I have shoes that fit both feet and fit them well. The comfort is nothing less than amazing. So here's my question. Is Nordstrom's alone in this policy, or do other stores/vendors accommodate their divergently sized clientele in a similar fashion?