What size should I order for boots or casual shoes?
> Our "London" Last for Boots and Casual Derbies.- A rounded toe last that provides a modern look and feel. For a more snug feel, go down 1/2 a size, especially if you plan on wearing them with thin socks only.
If you mostly wear your boots in inclement weather and with thick socks, stick to your normal shoe size. We always include a free pair of vegetable-tanned leather insoles about 3mm in thickness which help minimize sizing discrepancies.
Follow this guide when ordering any of our Boots, the 1660 Wing Tip Derby and the 5264 Plain Toe Derby, all of this are made in our London last
What size men's dress shoe should I order?
> Our "New York" Last for Dress Oxfords and Derbies.- A refined last featuring a more sleek toe point. Expect shoes built on this last to be roomy in both length and width, though they fit true to size.
When compared to the Allen Edmonds 65 Last, our shoes built on the NY Last are extremely similar in length, although you will feel a slight difference in width, especially when ordering shoes with open-lacing (Derby).
We always include a free pair of vegetable-tanned leather insoles about 3mm in thickness which help minimize sizing discrepancies.
Follow this guide when ordering our 5001, 5245, 5270, 5286, 5294 and 5295 dress shoe models.
> New "Milan" Last for our Loafers.- This last is inspired by Italian shoes which have slender, elongated contours. Expect shoes built on this last to be slightly more elongated than our dress shoes, meaning that the toe points will extend beyond where your toes end (your toes will not touch the tip of the shoes). This is important to note because this will not necessarily mean you've been fitted incorrectly! Shoes built on this last will fit true to size, however; if you are used to wearing your loafers without socks or with very think socks, we recommend going down 1/2 a size.
Remember, we always include a free pair of vegetable-tanned leather insoles about 3mm in thickness which help minimize sizing discrepancies.
If you need guidance with choosing your size, no problem, just email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to assist you.