Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Ivon, Jan 15, 2012.
^ great price. Be wary of the last though. They are very narrow.
Great price, one of the cheapest I have ever seen.
Damn, I've already spent a ton of money on shoes lately.
But those are amazing looking shoes, especially in navy.
dear other travel:
Where did you see those tom ford shoes? what size is it please?
thanks in advance!
Maybe it's just me, but the earlier TF shoes seem to be nicer, particularly the sole details, than more recent years.
I think they're generally the same quality for the high-end models. They also have cheaper models.
There's been 2 different responses to the sizing of Tom's shoes.
I generally wear a 10 but as always it can vary by designer.
I've seen a bargain pair of brogues but they are a size 11 so I'm just debating if I could get away with them.
Its not just varied by designer, even within the Tom Ford range i wear sizes ranging from 8.5 to 10.5. It depends on the model of shoe you are looking at. The best thing you can do is try and find a store that stocks them and try them on there before buying online, and this is not just because of different markings due to EU vs US sizing, i bought a pair of oxfords from the NYC store and i fit into a 9.5, from the same store i have a pair of loafers that i needed a 10.5 in, another pair of loafers from the same store same sales person etc i was a 10 although this loafer was a different design from the last one, and yet another pair of loafers this one a different design again but was going for a really good sale price at the woodbury outlet, they only had 10.5 and it fit me like clown shoes
If you have wide feet you definitely need a TT.
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