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Yes, E.G. offers it as the model Carnegie.
Very nice, congrats!
Might be better to ask here: http://patek.watchprosite.com or here: http://forums.timezone.com/index.php?t=threadt&frm_id=26
I was recently following a discussion on a vegan forum (I follow a low fat vegan diet) about if plastic shoes could be considered vegan if you take into account how many animal lives are taken with the production of plastic. Oil spillage in the Gulf of Mexico, oil pollution in Nigeria etc come to my mind.PS: Not only does the faux leather vegan dress shoes are made of look like cr@p, they are generally also styled very poorly.
I was there 3 or 4 weeks ago. They had the Beaulieu on display in London in burgundy calf and in black calf. I handled them in the store and contemplated buying a pair but finally didn't because they did not have them in dark oak (RTW).The Beaulieu is also listed in their latest online catalog in: burgundy calf, black calf and in lavagna suede, all on the 82 last. See: http://issuu.com/edwardgreen/docs/edward_green_catalogue
I would keep them, polish them and use them as beaters.
+1, I am very interested to know what gets included in the sale at E.G. London.I was in Paris last January during the winter sale, the only shoes that were on sale at E.G. Paris were a few odd models in various sizes. I guessed they were MTO's that clients for whatever reason had not collected. Nothing of their current day RTW line was on sale.
Not that often do you see a Galway on the 606. I think it looks awesome on the 606. Must pickup a pair myself on that last. Thanks for sharing! PS: Which last is your favorite for the Galway?
I spotted a few models in one of their most recent catalogues on the 808:See page 3: Model: ExeterSee page 5: Model: GladstoneSee page ? (lost count of the pages) WalcotSee catalogue: http://issuu.com/edwardgreen/docs/edward_green_catalogue
To my understanding the size specified by Edward Green should be interpreted literally, so a 11/ 11 ½ E should be read as: UK11E & US11 ½ E. This I what I understood from Alex from E.G. Paris: if you go up in width, example given: from E to F then the F with has the same width as an E in half a length longer. A few examples to illustrate: - A UK11E has the same width as a UK10 ½ F - A UK11D has the same width as a UK10 ½ E For what it is worth, I have also come across...
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