Orh that's aalll I listen to lately.Nice one!
I just bought a pair of Fela shoes through Mr. Porter (Really sorry I got it at 50% discount). I absolutely love it! I found it as good as John Lobb(Hardly affordable) and better than Ferragamo(My past favorate). Really wish you can build a successful shoes empire! I also think you can make women's shoes which are much easier to sell than men's cuz they are incredibly impractical. Best Wishes
Hi Mr. Hare,This is not really a comment but more of a question about your Miller captoe's sizing. I have recently bought a pair of navy Miller from LN-CC and love it so much. But the question is I got a UK10 when I am generally a UK9.5. I bought the shoes before I read on Mr. Porter that I should probably go down to the nearest whole size, UK9, for the best fit. But I am in the US returning to the UK could cost a significant money, therefore I just want to make sure what I will be getting if I decided to exchange for UK9. The sole reason that I wanted to exchange is that I get a lot of room in the toe box, is that normal? Also, I find that the ball of my feet is pretty spot on after I insert shoe pads. Could you give me some advice, please?Thank you.
Whaddup The Flame. I haven't stopped playing Frank since I first downloaded Nostalgia Ultra last year. He will be soooooo big.Hey Walter, Thanks for the kind words. All those other shoe brands are heroes to me so I am honoured to get mentioned inthe same sentence. Btw, you are very fortunate to get those Felas on sale as they only go on sale when there are just a few odd sizes left, so well done. As for women's shoes, don't you think there are enough of those already? One day maybe, but for now I have to perfect my men's first.Good Will Rabbit, all our shoes on the Miller last have plenty of toe room. It is what makes those shoes so elegant and narrow. I always recommend people go up a size when they are a half size as the width is the important fitting. I myself am a 10.5 but wear size 11s in Mr. Hare. If your foot doesn't slip around then don't change a thing.
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