Hi. I'm a wide foot but they're fine. They do stretch to fit....obvs not walking shoes...for comfy hanging around I'd say....ably demonstrated by me here!
Quick one and sure this has been asked and replied to already. How are paraboot sizing? True to size or size down? Thanks in advance .
This is a slippery slope, also ordered these: https://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/products/trickers-bourton-dainite-cafe?_pos=1&_sid=036d62c1d&_ss=r
thinking they might be more interesting with green suit than the black derbys im also keeping
I hope you have voluminous feet/thick socks!
My Tricker’s built on the same last are comedically roomy. Had to get toe pads to stop my feet from slipping out.
i can send back if theyre too big, i got a half size down as it suggests
Well then, touché.
I went half a size down for my Chambords.
Cheaney outlet has a few nice discounts
a bit big but i really like them
As previously recommended to someone else, you want some tongue pads. They'll take up some of the volume so that your facings aren't touching/so that you don't have any slippage. Have them in my Tricker's as, despite the correct length and width, they were just cavernous in there.
PS look great. Love Tricker's...
sweet thanks, will get hold of some of those.
look forward to be able to wear then 😂
I go up a half size in paraboot - that’s what I recommended to @johnnettles2 and think they worked out well for him
an update on previously recommended - Richard James have a 30% off sale on their footwear currently and the apron toe derbys are a much nicer version of Paraboot Avignon imo
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