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Perhaps even older? I found an old SF listing that indicated EG made shoes for Paul Staurt in the 1990's.
I don't know. I'll defer to any EG experts, but I'm guessing at least 10 years?
Hi all, I am selling three two Pairs of Edward Green for Paul Stuart (US 8.5 and 9) on eBay. No reserve 99 cent ebay auction ends 4/12! http://www.ebay.com/itm/231522271983?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 http://www.ebay.com/itm/231522270252?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 The two captoes are really great. The Buy It Now / Best Offer prices are on the listings, but I would much prefer to sell to a fellow SF member (as well...
Thanks for the replies.
Hi all, Two questions.... 1) I have a narrow foot (US C) and the Simpson last fits me well. Any thoughts on if the Robert last might work for me? I'm guessing that the other popular lasts might be too wide. 2) Carmina's online shop has a limited number of Simpson and Robert last offerings. Can I order from their factory or store directly? (The name Betty comes up on this thread...) Thanks in advance for your assistance. AHS
Suede Buccleughs (MH71) on a rainy morning. AHS
Gentlemen, I am looking for a few of the classic model EGs on the 202 last in a 10 / 10.5 "D" or "C" width to fit my narrow feet. As far as I know... Brooks Brothers, Leffot, Unipair, Skoaktiebolaget, and the other online vendors I found carry only the UK E (US D) widths. I would prefer not going the MTO route. Any thoughts? AHS
Maiden voyage this morning of my "new" Arrans in vintage oak. (New for me, at least, as I recently purchased these from an esteemed SF member.) Very quick outside / inside photos from the iPhone: These are a UK 10 D - which fit my narrow feet very well. Any thoughts on how best to find D widths? AHS
Love these shoes... even though they run wide on my narrow feet. I sized down 1/2 size and use a tounge pad. AHS
Tie Your Tie and Battistoni (Legit, I hope? Is that an older label?) $3 each. Both are going into the rotation. AHS
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