I bought these for Jo for Christmas and they are the wrong size.
Posted: 02/02/2010 20:36:17
By: Jez 3645
Don't forget the free ads on Y&Y!
Posted: 03/02/2010 09:05:20
did you sell them?
Posted: 23/02/2010 22:12:49
Plenty of people wanting to advertise them, nobody wanting to buy them!! Can't be bothered to type them on all the different websites!! Will stick them on E-Bay.
Posted: 24/02/2010 08:24:26
I'd suppose the tricky part with footwear is trying them on for size - tried four different makes for my son - all different sizes - the advantage with ebay is the picture, and many more potential buyers.
Posted: 24/02/2010 08:46:25
It is interesting that I bought a new pair for myself thinking that they were the same size. But because they are in American sizes they a 45 not a 46 which is about half a size different here. So mine are to small too!!
Posted: 24/02/2010 09:03:45
Footwear sizing is a nightmare. American footwear sizes (mens) are one size smaller than UK ie. UK size 8 = USA size 9. Ladies are two sizes different. ie. size 5 UK = size 7 USA. Continental sizes are a lot easier as UK size 8 = 42 etc. Most footwear brands will supply a conversion chart. Ask for one from your stockist. Australian sizes go the other way and size 8 UK = 71/2 AUS. I was in the footwear trade for 25 years selling, Timberland, Teva & Ugg and it was always a problem.
Posted: 24/02/2010 11:29:38
By: Barry D