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Very nice, Congrats!!
Very nice!!!
No problem.  By the way the same user has another post somewhere where he does some water resistant comparisons with a pair of regular grain leather and his Heather Gorse or Zug boots. If you conduct a couple of searches you might be able to find it.
Sounds like a different pair than I was talking about, but it still might be worth your time to take a look. http://www.styleforum.net/t/291745/edward-green-appreciation-pictures-info-and-where-to-buy/8800_100#post_7161358
There are other posts but this certainly is a good place to start. http://www.styleforum.net/t/291745/edward-green-appreciation-pictures-info-and-where-to-buy/8800_100#post_7161358
If they are in fact 11 1/2 US or the equivalent cause they are probably in UK sizing then I think I do know.  In fact these exact boots may have very well been one of or actually the biggest inspirations for the latest Galway Zug Boot.
Actually I have a pretty good idea, no I just figured if they were that size I have an idea as to owned these particular boots prior to you.
Congrats!!They wouldn't happen to be in an equavalant size to 11 1/2 US would they?
For me it's been more about what is and I don't have it already. The last boot I purchased was a G&G Thorpe and although it was in grain and I have a few of those already I didn't have a split toe boot as of yet. So it kind of ticked a box for me. With regards to non-boots most of these have been more unique make ups of late and some with more exotic leathers like kudu. So for now anything that's worth getting has to have something special going for it and the more unique...
Very nice!!I've often thought of getting another I just haven't figured out what that next one would be.
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