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I'll send you over some burgundy paste. It'll darken it right up.
I sent you a PM about the "spoiled" portions as I don't want to take up space from AFPoS' merchant thread. My recommendation is always contact the seller directly. I do this with Julian and Sarah, Patrik at SkoAB, and other merchants I purchase from. I typically get the best response from that direction than via posts on the tread, especially with these types of details.I do want to mention that G&G and EG probably surpass the "small manufacturer" department. I do hope...
I hope the gentlemen at SkoAB don't mind I used your photo. Anyone interested in a pair of EDWARD GREEN SANDRINGHAM in chestnut antique? @dddrees, @justinkapur? Can you give details on the sole and last? I believe it's on the 202, correct?
Any comment on how far up the toe puff goes for the S (basically I'm asking if they notice creasing closer to the toe due to the elongated toe box)?
I pay about 50 GBP for G&G and slightly more when I order from EG. If you can afford them, then buy them. If the shipping cost is getting in the way, don't. You can request Herring or Carmina for a 25% discount and maybe you'll get a favorable response. If not, realize you have to pay a gross amount and make your decision from there. It's like eBay seller A gives free shipping and eBay seller B doesn't. The difference is still less with eBay seller B but the "free...
I'm 1... any other takers?
This will be interesting! Lots of confounds but it would be interesting to see what we can think of. I'll PM you in the next couple of days.@Leaves: There has been numerous changes in EG's restrictions. If the chestnut Sandringhams were stock for you, is there still an option for 3 individuals to order it? I know this was done last time but it might be allowed in their current policy. Can you clarify?
I'm open toa Wobrun in Chestnut from G&G or the EG Sandringham (I'm trying to get @Leaves) in the same color. I like the sleekness of the Woburn but I really like the thistle of the Sandringham. Why not both? lol
You know what would look fabulous? Sandringham in chestnut... right @Leaves?
The Cardiff combination looks good but I do prefer wingtips for bluchers. Would you STRONGLY consider re-stocking the Sandringhams? I mean, it's already been a season.
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