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Our new Interns   Gentlemen,   Foster & Son has been lucky to secure the services of two interns, Fabianie and Ben, and we thought it might be interesting to take a look at what we do through their eyes. They are getting a feel for the business and are involved in sales, marketing and all the other stuff that goes on at Fosters.   They will be completing a series of photo essays over the next few weeks including a video of how to get to Jermyn Street from the tube,...
 wurger, Apologies for not answering the second part of your question. The answer is yes. Foster & Son
 rabiesinfrance, The best bet is probably the Edmund, http://foster.co.uk/our-products/ready-to-wear/oxfords/edmund-2/ but it may be a little pricey at £725 (including lasted shoe trees). I know that we are looking to introduce a new full brogue at a cheaper price but I don't currently have an eta for that shoe. Foster & Son
 wurger, Some pictures below comparing the Sandringham and Fawley semi-brogues. Afraid I'm away from the shop at the moment so these are images that have already appeared in this thread. The pictures of the Fawley are of the faded model I refer to above, I will mourn their loss until I get another pair! Sandringham     Fawley       Foster & Son
 rabiesinfrance, If you have a look at the website www.foster.co.uk you will see all the toe shapes we've got. It may be that there's something you like that's on sale. If you PM me with your size I'll try to get a full list to you. Foster & Son
 jssdc, There will be other models produced on the 13029 in time for Autumn - details as soon as I can get them to you. Glad you like it, it's my personal favourite. You may be interested to hear that the faded pair from earlier on in this thread were earmarked for me but Andrew Murphy, legend that he is, sold them a couple of weeks ago, so it looks like I will have to wait for 'my' pair of shoes a little while longer! Foster & Son
 Fantastic article, much appreciated...
 Wurger, They're both excellent shoes. The main differences are in terms of the waist, which is lovely on both but exceptional on the Premium range, the leathers which are slightly better and the closing which is fabulous. It's a really good question and actually quite difficult to answer in print. I find that the Premium shoes are much closer to a bespoke fit (though that could just be me) and that I notice the sole stitching more, as strange as that may sound. It just...
 PCK1, It does, you should find that the fitting is the same. Foster & Son
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