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post #31 of 74
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post
Anyone have a pic?

post #32 of 74
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post

We're waiting on your answer, A. Would this be your One??
post #33 of 74
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
We're waiting on your answer, A. Would this be your One??

It would likely be Dover for me as well E. Though I love many of EGs other models, the Dover is iconic and IMHO a shoe that no other maker does nearly as well.

Though, I would probably opt for coffee suede over dark oak.
post #34 of 74
Can one order the Dover in suede?

I prefer a brown, pebble-grained Dover, in 888.
post #35 of 74
Southwold 888 Last Edwardian Antique H/AF Soles – MTO
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Ringwood in brown croc

Anyone got pics?
post #37 of 74
Tie between McKay in dark oak and Inverness in antique burgundy
post #38 of 74
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
Can one order the Dover in suede?

I prefer a brown, pebble-grained Dover, in 888.

If you've got the money you can do what you want. Leffot's in the book, for starters.

The brown pebblegrain works very well for this.
post #39 of 74
Those Dovers ae nice!

At the risk of dating myself and sounding like a trekkie nerd, this question reminds me of the simulation that Capt. Kirk reprograms because he doesnt accept the premise of a no-win situation.

Anyway, I would humbly submit the EG Falkirk on the 82 last - as someone else mentioned earlier, EG does the Dover better than anyone else, but I've never really seen the Falkirk's broguing done by anyone else, really . . .

post #40 of 74
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Originally Posted by blackdice View Post
Inverness on the 888 - in dark oak.

This -- so damn versatile.
post #41 of 74
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Originally Posted by PhiloVance View Post
as someone else mentioned earlier, EG does the Dover better than anyone else,
a relative term. give me the vash or carmina anytime over the Dover. imo the heel counter is not corresponding to the apron. discuss...
post #42 of 74
Asquith. That type of brogue is my favorite shoe style. Can't decide between dark brown or black though.
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Asquith. That type of brogue is my favorite shoe style. Can't decide between dark brown or black though.
I personally prefer the dark oak ;-)
post #44 of 74
Probably these - Oundle in dark brown suede on the 888 last.
post #45 of 74
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Originally Posted by PhiloVance View Post
Those Dovers ae nice!

At the risk of dating myself and sounding like a trekkie nerd, this question reminds me of the simulation that Capt. Kirk reprograms because he doesnt accept the premise of a no-win situation.

Anyway, I would humbly submit the EG Falkirk on the 82 last - as someone else mentioned earlier, EG does the Dover better than anyone else, but I've never really seen the Falkirk's broguing done by anyone else, really . . .


Nice shoe, but would you mind blowing up the picture a bit more please. Thx
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