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Originally Posted by W.R. View Post

After quite some time of hesitation, I decided to buy these. I dislike the branding, but I got a thing for tassel loafers and I thought these were something original. I got them 75% off MSRP as well.

 

Opinions?

 

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The are great, i like the colours of it.
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W.R.,
you're branded now. Shame on you sly.gif
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

W.R.,
you're branded now. Shame on you sly.gif

This from the man with RL on his house slippers?!?!?!?!

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chestnut and navy
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These look like a lot of fun to wear.
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Although I find many EG styles to be quite "vanilla", whenever I see the Dover, I'm always impressed with the topstitching. Looks very well-executed.
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Budapester Style Norwegian Crocodile... with the requisite (for me at least) Storm Welt & Double Thick Sole.

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Since we are doing group shots... Here are the prize members of my armada: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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From left to right:

Top-Alden #8 Tassels, Dover in Edwardian, G&G Grant TG73, C&J Lowndes, Carmina Suede Chelseas.
Middle-Alden Navy Suede Unlined Loafers, Sloops, Arca, Carmina Specs, Rider Suede Chukkas.
Botton-Vass Austerity Brogue, F Last.

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This is an extremely well-curated collection.
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There was some awesomeness and some nastiness on the last few pages. But I'll leave it up to you to decide which is which smile.gif
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There was some awesomeness and some nastiness on the last few pages. But I'll leave it up to you to decide which is which smile.gif

anything you want to lick?
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I don't recall any sole shots. But the few boxes I spied in one background shot gave me a semi.
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There was some awesomeness and some nastiness on the last few pages. But I'll leave it up to you to decide which is which smile.gif

I'm hoping I always post on the latter side of this scale. Too much of the same old stuff can make us boring... beautiful or not.
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£225.00 full retail. A few sizes on sale at £145 without VAT Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Available also in brown and grey
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and chestnut and navy
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Someone should really write to Herring's and try and get them to introduce a more traditional version of that design; across their own-brand range of spectator oxfords (Blenheim, Buckingham, Fencote, Henley, Hyde, Jekyll, Pimlico, and Shrewsbury -- a full eight models!), not a single one contains white suede!

Actually, maybe I'll do just that... but would the calf be better in brown or chestnut? Choices, choices...
Edited by dasai - 8/22/11 at 6:31pm
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post


Since you and I are the same size, what size do you normally buy in C&J and EG? Thanks
I wear a UK 8.5 in C&J everything. EG Im a 9/9.5 on the 202, sometimes a 9.5/10 - not usually though.
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

Budapester Style Norwegian Crocodile... with the requisite (for me at least) Storm Welt & Double Thick Sole.

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better use of the skin
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