1460 Lace Up Boots
✕Size Reviewed: US 10.0
Made in England 1460s. US10/UK9
Length: Very Short
Wanted to relive my younger days and pick up an authentic pair of Made in England 1460s on a recent trip to Brighton. They fit fine when sitting but when standing and walking around I can feel the tips of my toes touching the end of the toe-box. Unfortunately, I didn't find this out until I got back to the states and began to wear them regularly.
✕Size Reviewed: US 10.5
Brown Waxed Flesh
Length: Moderately Long
These are amazing boots! I was looking for a brown waxed flesh boot that could develop some really great character as the rough-out begins to show through. Spoke several times with Andrew via email regarding sizing and he is fantastic! Unfortunately, I had bad information on my own Brannock size which led to me picking up a pair of these that are about half a size too big. Completely my fault! I'll definitely be purchasing more boots from Parkhurst.
✕Size Reviewed: US 10.0 d
Copper Rough and Tough
After a couple of frustrating misses on getting the right size for a good daily wear casual boot, I decided to go into a local Red Wings store. My intent was to see if they could tell me precisely what size my feet were. Not only did they do that but they fit me into the Iron Ranger in a 10D. Initially, they wanted to go a full size down from my Brannock with a 9.5D but my right foot is really a narrow E and the 9.5 was painful in the instep. The 10.5D is fantastic though and so far the break-in hasn't been near as bad as I've heard. Overall the Red Wing retail experience was phenomenal! They have some crazy tech to give you a ton of detail on your feet. These boots will serve as a great daily driver as I build out my boot collection.