- Feb 22, 2009
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The one advantage AE still has is probably stock model with lots of width option without upcharge
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speaking of around $250, feeling like picking up something as beater/casual shoe in grainPersonally I think Spain and Portugal really have the best quality in that price range, while they struggle to scale some of the higher end stuff like handwelting. Value for money is pretty mind boggling especially for entry level GYW
I think Cavour are Spanish made. As you may be aware, I love me some CJs so that's whom I would select my beater from. SoH though is fantastic.speaking of around $250, feeling like picking up something as beater/casual shoe in grain
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no idea who makes for Cavour, I assume they're GYW?
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According to the guy on their instagram, I ought go D width. Any testimonials would bolster my confidenceI'm having trouble finding comps for Gordon/Jim Jun sizing. I'm pretty solidly 8UKE for EG and GG. He has 'D' as the medium width. Can anyone advise on whether 8UKD would fit?