As far as the leathers go, Parisian Brown museum calf is really something, but the burnishing on EG's dark oak at the toe box and back quarters - it really is exquisite.
But you're right - as far as styles go, there's no contest.
Hi all, A while back I made an offer regarding some EG's that were being discounted in my City. No new requests for proxy please; for those who have already contacted me, you have till end of Saturday to decide, after I won't have time to proxy. Thanks.
Can someone elaborate how the widths in EG go? I have 0 experience in EG and I'm trying to figure out if they have widths equal to US B, US C and UK D. So quite narrow is what I'm looking for...
EG widths are generally available in what they call D and E and on rare occasion you'll find someone that stocks either C (really narrow) or F width (pretty wide). They do not do any width converting for shoes sold outside the UK. In other words, an Edward Green E width shoe sold in London is the same as an E width sold in New York. E width seems to be Edward Green's standard width. Fit will depend on the last you choose also.