Deby Joe Strummer Black Eva wedge monk.
An expected return of the iconic Strummer shoe, designed and worn by the legendary Joe Strummer of "The Clash".
DetailsMaterial: Black leather
CompositionSole: Eva sewn Goodyear. The sole is different from the normal George Cox sole, making it a very light shoe and ensuring comfort.
Manufacturing: Made in ENGLAND
Size adviceThe fit is classic. Take your usual size. There is no half size, it is better to favor a half size above if you are between two sizes.
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Understand the differences between UK and European sizes.
It's not easy to find a shoe that fits, when size matches vary from one country to another! While shoes are made all over the world and often sized according to local preferences, these size differences are not surprising.
As if that weren't difficult enough, the measurements are not expressed in the same way depending on the region of the world. A real headache!
How can you be sure to choose the right size?
During a visit to British Shoes, you fell in love with this sublime pair of shoes. After a minute of bliss, you wonder if this is the size you need.
It's very simple… Follow the guide! Here are the main information to take into account, to choose the right size the first time:
- Be aware that the English (UK) size chart makes no distinction between women's and men's shoe sizes . You can already have peace of mind!
- There is a certain difference between a French shoe size and an English shoe size. A few millimeters, of course, but it's still a difference! When in doubt, it is always better to choose your pair of shoes in the upper half size , even if it means adding a pair of half-soles to gain the missing millimeters. Better that than too tight shoes, which would make you suffer like martyrdom, right?
- Finally, in order to be sure that the pair of shoes you have fallen for will fit you perfectly, we recommend that you use the size equivalence table below: