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Edward Green Retailers - maybe Lobbs?

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I was trolling the web for local retailers selling Edward Green shoes and tripped across this forum for the first time. The polo.com discount thread was the 1st item that I read, and I cooked half an hour going through the whole thing...my fiance walked in and gave me the evil eye, babbling something about my laughing waking her from a deep sleep... Good show to all who participated and commented... In any case, I seem to have gotten off topic.

The Church's store in San Francisco closed a several years ago, shortly after the Prada purchase. I bought everything that didn't disgust me on close out, and have basically been out of the new shoe game save the odd whimsical purchase and replacing worn-out staples ever since. Based on a quick survey of posts here, most would rather wear clown shoes, dog slippers or swim fins than Church's, but I have digressed once again...

The time is right for a major replenishing, but I'm like a child wandering alone in the night, especially on account of my recent move to Boston. Can I buy EG RTW anywhere in town? (I think) I saw 2 or 3 pair at the Polo store. I am in New York most weeks... how about there? Any trunk shows on the calendar? Are these things ever on sale?

Sak's in Boston had a couple styles of Lobbs earlier in the year...are the RTWs really up to $1100+? Visiting Madison Ave store Tuesday...are they ever discounted?

Thank you in advance for your time.
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EG retailers in NY:

Polo Madsion
Saks
Jay Kos
Venanzi
Asprey (don't know if it sitll does after its relocation)
Mitchell's & Richard's in Westport and Greenwich, CT if you are driving thru between Boston & NY

Lobb Madison Ave store has sales twice a year. BG also carries JL.
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Saks in Boston had Lobbs, eh ? That wasn't the day they spotted Elvis leaving the building, was it ?
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