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I had raised this problem before with no response as the US Govt has imposed without warning, the cost of new security measures for any parcels over 1 pound weight so the sender pays about $10 extra each package and the customer suffers long delays. Knee jerk reactions rule the day thanks to terrorism.
Another drop - $160 shipped - cheapest EG on SF? Great condition. Last drop before ebay.
PRICE DROP - Now $180 Including Shipping Worldwide
Either way - I guess shameless self promotion is OK here - I have pair of Edward Green leather slippers that look a lot better and which I would wear out if they weren't 1/2 size too small http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=222420
Thanks - Done
Quote: Originally Posted by Philip1978 Not cool. Sorry - I didn't mean to do anything wrong or cause offence here - I just was looking for a relevant thread for anyone interested in EG slippers and its the only one I could see. If its inappropriate I will remove it
Has anyone read the articles about wearing slippers as shoes? http://www.thefashionpolice.net/2010...-as-shoes.html http://us.ft.com/ftgateway/superpage...20082012073763
I have some Edward Green slippers for sale.... Really nice shoes http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...55#post4072555
Now moved to eBay @ $99 - cheapest EGs on sale today? A beautiful sleek looking whole cut loafer / slipper in dark brown calf with leather soles and linings made in England by Edward Green - very light wear only, almost like new. Marked size is 10.5E/11 - for reference I usually take 11E UK in EG 202 or CJ 10.5-11E UK and these are a good half size too small for me. I would say they run small and will comfortably fit a US10.5D-11D. I can't find these listed anywhere...
IMHO (I am Australian and have had some RMW in my wardrobe ever since the 70s, all RMW boots are snug to begin with - even if they are hard to get on and off to initially - and after several good outings they start to fit really well and mould firmly to your foot - providing of course they fit in the first place given a good squeeze....!
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