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Sounds like a good number to me! If Aportnoy makes another appearance, I am curious to hear his response to your questions. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

just curious, why it is so important how many pairs one owns?
post #1037 of 11670
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Originally Posted by 89826 View Post

How many pairs of Greens do you own. A measly four for me: made-to-order Lomonds in mahogany country calf, monks in burnt pine antique, cap toes with perforations in black calf, and mink suede cap toes.
Am jonseing for some Dovers in crup.

I wish EG made crup Dovers. The issue is with the hand stitched toe. No can do in crup.
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I wish EG made crup Dovers. The issue is with the hand stitched toe. No can do in crup.

G&G have done so in shell.
post #1039 of 11670
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

I wish EG made crup Dovers. The issue is with the hand stitched toe. No can do in crup.

maybe with a different stitch pattern?
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

just curious, why it is so important how many pairs one owns?

Not important at all but I am just curious since he showed up a few months ago and posted a great number of pictures of his EGs.
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Originally Posted by dsmivtr View Post

Not important at all but I am just curious since he showed up a few months ago and posted a great number of pictures of his EGs.

ah ok. generally speaking, sometimes i get the feeling it seems important to some, how many one owns. nvm.
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

ah ok. generally speaking, sometimes i get the feeling it seems important to some, how many one owns. nvm.

Totally understand. Some threads do appear to encourage it. biggrin.gif However, having recently moved, I am liking the less is more approach more.
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Totally understand. Some threads do appear to encourage it. biggrin.gif However, having recently moved, I am liking the less is more approach more.

great minds think alike.
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Originally Posted by kolecho View Post

G&G have done so in shell.

Next stop, G&G.
post #1045 of 11670
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Next stop, G&G.

iirc vass does them. gdl203 owns one.
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

iirc vass does them. gdl203 owns one.

You mean these?

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Kind of a different beast, but also one of my favorites. Thanks again Kolecho BTW.
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

great minds think alike.

+1

I am becoming more refined, as well. It has been a learning curve for me.
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

You mean these?
IMG_5202.jpg

these are vass? they look smashing, imo. not sure what you mean by different beast?
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

+1
I am becoming more refined, as well. It has been a learning curve for me.

sounds good. go ahead.
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

these are vass? they look smashing, imo. not sure what you mean by different beast?

Thanks. I really like them. The lack of a heel piece really changes the look, and even though they are both norwegers, the toes are so different that they don't really look that related.

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