I would if I could, I'm afraid this factory sale comes too early for me, I'm in a particularly sticky part of my current job and can't get the time away to visit the factory.
I hope someone else is able to proxy for you, I'd like to grovel to the collected members of SF regarding a proxy as well. I'm in the UK so no expensive deliveries!
I appreciate the info and the invitation Cleav, I may well take you up on that! I'm becoming more and more of a shoe fan of late, I tend not to be able to get jackets / suits in my size and it's refreshing to be considered normal in size!
When I get the time I'm going to have to take a drive down and procure some new shoes at those prices! Aberdeen is a bit of a drive but not too bad, unfortunately my car isn't great on storage space but I'm sure I can find enough to warrant the trip!!Out of interest, what size are you Cleav? Just wondering if you noticed anything particularly awesome in a 9E??
I wear my Galways pretty much every day, I figure that any items true price is its cost divided by the number of times you wear them
I'd rather pay £800 for daily wear items than pay £150 for a pair of shoes that hardly see the light of day
Olive is my favourite from the two but there's not much in it. I think what really sways it for me is I struggle to imagine olive looking so good on any other Edward Green offering but the chestnut would look good on a multitude of styles.Plan sorted, olive Galways in the next 2 months (dainite sole for function I think) and chestnut something or other later in the year
I know what you mean Roger, I'm just a little concerned about the olive being difficult to pair with some trousers but they really are a stunning pair of shoes.Agree about the multitude of tan boots but I think you'd struggle to find a nicer pair.Fantastic problems to have!