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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.

  1. Cooly

    Cooly Senior Member

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    I would say either get your normal dress shoe size or maybe a half size down on the congress...I got the same size as I got the wilberforces (my normal dress shoe size) and they fit fairly good..maybe a tad bit loose.

    As with most people, one of my feet is a tad bit longer than the other, and on the longer foot, the congress fits great...but on the smaller one, it's a bit loose. With boots, I always feel it's a better to be on the bigger side than the smaller, as you can always wear thicker socks and/or get slim insert if they stretch at all...
     
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  2. Legal Eagle

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    Speaking of boots, I just purchased the newest style of the Murdock engineer boots (nicely discounted), black with the full rubber bottom. Debating on whether to keep them or not as the instep is kinda tight and would probably need stretching (maybe just break in). They fit good otherwise.

    Does anyone know who is making these boots now? Online description states "expertly handmade in Pennsylvania.." but it also indicates a Cat's Paw heel when the heel clearly looks to be a Vibram 700. Thanks in advance.
     


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