I'm a size 15 and can't try anything on in storeTime to finally replace

Posted on:02/10/2014 By:admin

I'm a size 15 and can't try anything on in store

Time to finally replace my DC skate shoes. Problem is, I'm a size 15 and can't try anything on in store. I need your advice. (But apparantly I need a pair of Clark desert boots and sperry top siders ASAP)

I been wearing skate shoes for as long as mulberry outlet store I can remember. They are the only shoes that I ever truly felt comfortable in. For reference, I currently wearing something similar to They big enough, wide enough, very cushy and comfy, and aren TOO garish with jeans, chinos, or shorts. All around decent sneaker.

I worn them out to a nub. I needed new shoes mulberry satchel a year ago, but I keep putting it off because I don want another pair of skate shoes. I need to upgrade to something more mature. I worried about comfort, and that is the sole reason I stuck with DC as long as I have. Many types of shoes have arches that are too narrow for comfortable, all day wear, and it become the mulberry bag outlet bane of my existance. To make things worse, there are literally zero stores that carry my size, save for shitty big tall places (who carry the worst crap that falls apart in a year and is severely overpriced.)

So MFA, can you help a giant footed man out? Are there specific suggestions for a comfy, all occassion louboutin outlet sneaker for guys with size 15 feet? Something I can wear to work, disneyland, and climb a ladder in?

Edit: I considering something Any thoughts on this approach?

As you expressed an interest in something more mature, I suggest some shoes I collected since majorly upgrading my wardrobe. Most of these christian louboutin discount go well with jeans as well as chinos and shorts.

The first shoes I bought after taking the plunge were .

I recently picked up a pair of Vans Classics in True White. These are about as classic skate shoes as you can get. They versatile, cheap, and they go up to size 16. And if you like these, the roger vivier aforementioned shoe guide has plenty of alternatives (PF Flyers, Chucks, etc.)

I also nabbed some , and even though they only go up to 14E, they run a 1/2 1 size big.

For the impending spring/summer months, I also looking into Bass Logans (aka "Weejuns") and Sperry Topsiders.

One thing I mention: roger vivier pumps if you anything like me, you see most non skate shoes as "boring" or "something my grandfather/boss/professor would wear." Probably because most of these suggestions are what they would wear. There absolutely nothing wrong with that. In fact, they most likely wear them for a reason: they versatile, tried and true roger vivier sale classics that are near bulletproof when it comes to putting an outfit together.

Good luck, and feel free to PM me with questions!

EDIT: Forgot about CDBs! MFA is a bit oversaturated with them, but for good reason. A great looking shoe that been around for years and can be worn with nearly everything.

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