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Do you think if they are offering the less attractive products first, so they can sell more easily before the rest of the collection is uploaded? 
You opted for those grainy caviar leather for a reason. You wanted them to be more water resistant. Now with the leather soles that's a bit of a oxymoron ..  Perhaps you could get an extra pair of shoe trees for this mix up ..  Brings bit of a memory of a friend who ordered a Porsche Cayenne with the Black leather seats and he received one with the pale gray interior, and manager asked him to remain quite so he don't get into trouble .. 
I would feel like a complete lunatic paying a $1,800 for those boots in black calf, though I see they are almost sold out .. 
I would like to hear thoughts regarding this as well. 
@pomor How do you discover all these styles, because none of them could be ordered - says Product not available ..  Not that I would order any, but would like to browse through the collection if possible ..
This is the new (old) style I was referring to .. Looks practical for everyday beating .. A Hardwick Derby shoe .. https://www.crockettandjones.com/collections/mens/derbys/hardwick-snuff-suede/  
Managed to sneak peak before it was closed down again .. Nothing spectacular, really. In my experience British makers have their web sites inversely proportional to the quality of their shoes. Which could have it's charms, perhaps ..  Anyway, there's a new style which looks like a modest brother of a EG Dover, made in brown suede with the City Rubber soles I believe, decently priced as well.. 
Their customer service is a mess (RN). There's a incompetent guy working there, which has no clue about Edward Green shoes at all, not to mention the lasts and widths .. Also, most of their shoes are outsourced from other Italian suppliers like Sir Wilson, Torino ..  Those Piccadilly loafers are amazing. I'm on the market for one as well. I love the harmony of the 184 last. 
            I would appreciate your thoughts regarding the authenticity of this Burberry trench .. What do you think - Genuine or not? Thanks.   
Not sure how much those shoes would cost, but If I'm after a EG Dover style, there's no chance I could satisfy with these, especially with Ascot prices that are, what, like 30% off the genuine Dover .. I would have that "those are the shoes I should have bought" feeling whenever I see someone wearing the Dovers .. 
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