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Not much jumping out from the range of jackets or shoes, but some easy basics I'll definitely be buying like the raw indigo skinny jeans, the black and white striped t-shirt, and the black t shirt in cotton and cashmere blend. I could be tempted by the triomphe black and white sneakers with the suede that look like the old DH ones too.
 

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Not much jumping out from the range of jackets or shoes, but some easy basics I'll definitely be buying like the raw indigo skinny jeans, the black and white striped t-shirt, and the black t shirt in cotton and cashmere blend. I could be tempted by the triomphe black and white sneakers with the suede that look like the old DH ones too.
immediately thought of the DH gats when i saw them too.
i don't really wear sneakers at all any more but if my margiela gats become unwearable (they are pretty beat rn) i would defo consider those celine ones.
 

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Anybody got some Camargue (biker) 60mm?

I usually always get 42.5 in SLP, but I can only choose 42 or 43 in these. Not really sure if I'd be better sizing down or up .5.

Thanks !
 

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Anybody got some Camargue (biker) 60mm?

I usually always get 42.5 in SLP, but I can only choose 42 or 43 in these. Not really sure if I'd be better sizing down or up .5.

Thanks !
Might be better to size up because these are fitting true to size and 42 could be too small
 

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Anyone else think the harness on the new Camargue chelseas looks horrible?
I like the studded detail but feel the harness will get dirty without the chain on the bottom. Remember the harness is removable. Also you can find so many harnesses inexpensively online to compliment whatever boots you have.
 

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Might be better to size up because these are fitting true to size and 42 could be too small

Alright thanks for your input.
And I had somebody said the opposite saying they fit huge and he took a full size down from SLP.

I'm so confused
 

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Alright thanks for your input.
And I had somebody said the opposite saying they fit huge and he took a full size down from SLP.

I'm so confused
I wear size 44 but I found a good deal in size 43 and thought maybe I can try it but sadly I had to return. Remember they use a different pattern for each size, so this could be the difference. Also remember this is 60mm heel. Another thing to consider, do you have slender feet or regular size?
 
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I wear size 44 but I found a good deal in size 43 and thought maybe I can try it but sadly I had to return. Remember they use a different pattern for each size, so this could be the difference. Also remember this is 60mm heel. Another thing to consider, do you have slender feet or regular size?

I'd say pretty normal, maybe slightly on the wide side.
But I do have a high arch, which makes putting Wyatts on a bit hard when they are new and not broken in. The top part of my foot is always a bit red for the first few weeks.

But you do make a good point, probably better to have something slightly too big than too small. I just hate how the leather can crease pretty badly with boots that are too big :-/
 

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I'd say pretty normal, maybe slightly on the wide side.
But I do have a high arch, which makes putting Wyatts on a bit hard when they are new and not broken in. The top part of my foot is always a bit red for the first few weeks.

But you do make a good point, probably better to have something slightly too big than too small. I just hate how the leather can crease pretty badly with boots that are too big :-/
Yes creasing can happen but creasing happens regardless. Remember to use shoe trees while you're not wearing them and condition the leather periodically.
 
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But I do have a high arch, which makes putting Wyatts on a bit hard when they are new and not broken in. The top part of my foot is always a bit red for the first few weeks.
I feel like this is normal tho. Suede and leather boots will stretch anyways so it shouldn't be a big deal unless your boots are way too small.
 

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Anybody got some Camargue (biker) 60mm?

I usually always get 42.5 in SLP, but I can only choose 42 or 43 in these. Not really sure if I'd be better sizing down or up .5.

Thanks !
Have them in 41, sized down from Wyatts which I have in 41,5. You should get 42.
 

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Have them in 41, sized down from Wyatts which I have in 41,5. You should get 42.
Thanks for your input! That just makes things even more confusing.
Do you go TTS 41.5 in Wyatts? Because I size down .5 already on Wyatts.
So it would be either staying TTS or down 1 with the Celines.

My main worry sizing down is to stretch the elastic too much.
 
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