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is there much difference between shoe width F and G in clarks?

(8 Posts)
foxy1 Fri 14-Sep-07 19:11:37

thank you

BBBee Fri 14-Sep-07 19:13:47

pretty bollox if you ask me.

I took ds to be measure and he was a 10g but no shoes he liked the next day we went to same shoe shop, same assistant (didn't recognise us) and he was an 11f - even after fitting and all that walking around nonsenese.

foxy1 Fri 14-Sep-07 19:15:16

thats why i asked as one shopped measured son as 7.5g and the other an f. didn't think there could be much in it.thanks

crokky Fri 14-Sep-07 19:15:17

If you are talking about a small child, then I would say, probably, yes.

My LO is an E fitting and when they have tried F fitting shoes (E is in very short supply as not that common), staff have said they are unsuitable.

crokky Fri 14-Sep-07 19:16:54

oh sorry foxy1, I didn't realise the feet were different. One of his feet is prob. quite boarderline so it'll be fine. I don't think they advocate buying 2 pairs of shoes!

crokky Fri 14-Sep-07 19:17:53

have re-read and got it wrong againblush just ignore me. I would get measured again and ask supervisor to check

foxy1 Fri 14-Sep-07 19:22:01

hi no his feet are the szme size but i wewnt to 2 different clark shops and one shop said his feet were a size f the other shop said size g!

crokky Fri 14-Sep-07 19:24:27

the supervisor can check the assistant's measurement and also, they should realise when they feel the shoes on his feet if they are too wide/narrow.

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