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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by gfloridafan93, Jan 5, 2015.
Is that the natty CXL rough out or the coyote on the Truman. How do you like the Grant last?
It's the Coyote rough out. Really nice material. Unfortunately I can't keep because I need to wear an insert. You can see some additional pics taken in my signature posting. I do like the Grant last and the 9.5 works well with my insert and boot socks. I find the Grant really comfortable. I am not a pointy shoe fan but I find I can wear these with jeans and khaki's but also slacks and a jacket if needed.
You can't put the insert in the trumans?
This all depends on three things. Your foot , the insert and the boot all of these are variables and unknown to the maker only you know their relationship. Ordering a boot over the internet and expecting the maker to somehow intuit this relationship is asking a bit much . Vince is a great guy but its up to you to figure out what size to order . He has stated a number of times that the boots run tts brannock. Thats your zero
I understand that. I was just saying why couldn't he use his insoles in his Truman'? He must've gotten a smaller size.
The Truman fits me tts without the insert. I think I have high arch on top of foot and adding substantial insert for my pronation ( I think I have it right) just eats up all the extra volume.
What is the purpose of the insert you want to use?
Truman at the game
Just to add extra support for my flat feet if I wanted it. My point I was trying to make is that you could just size up and then use your insole. I didn't think there would be any problem with that.
That would probably work, especially if you use a full insert. What leather and sole are you thinking about getting?
are these collapsed toes from being unstructured?
I hear ya..!
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