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Skoaktiebolaget – Carlos Santos, Enzo Bonafé, Saint Crispin’s, Paolo Scafora, Carmina, Rubinacci

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. aldenwear

    aldenwear Senior Member

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    I would go for this if this last will allow the equivalent of an American "e" width, which I neef.
     


  2. tifosi

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    That makes sense to me. I would not want a boot to fit like an oxford.
     


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    Sorry for the double post, something went wrong.
     
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    I hope this isn't the case for balmoral boots. I intend to wear mine for work with my usual mercerized cotton or thin wool/cotton/etc socks.
     


  5. tifosi

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    Yea, when I wear most of my derby boots to work I wear my normal work socks. I don't mind the looser fit in a boot. At least not for the workday.
     


  6. NAMOR

    NAMOR Stylish Dinosaur

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    post pics after a couple of wears!. would love to see how they wear

    thanks!
     


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    Thanks Alex - I figured if I wear a 9.5 in rain I'd probably be a 9.5 F (wide) in EG or possibly a 10 E (medium). How about you @RogerP? Do you own any boots on the 82?
     


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    Ah I misread - thank you
     


  10. sacafotos

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    I believe Leaves posted a while back that he wears:

    Rain: UK 8
    82: UK 8 F
     
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  11. budapest12

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    That was definitely not Leaves.
     


  12. rydenfan

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    I think an 8UK is about half of his foot
     


  13. budapest12

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    Yeah, maybe less than half…
     


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