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Not to feed the hype. NOT zug. smile.gif

Galways in acorn almond county calf, for today's rainy day: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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They look great - sure they're not Zugs?
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That almond CC Galway looks great! Makes me excited for my Edwardian / almond combo
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How close are the Zugs?!?
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OK so how many of us are interested in this? Maybe we can convince @stevent to join us.

Ah, so everyone is interested in burgundy antique alderley? I'm personally really interested in a rosewood cc alderley myself. Such a unique a nice color for CC.

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Piccadilly loafer, Burnt Pine antique
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I'd be somewhat interested but with prices increasing I'm probably going to place order for racing green delapre galway and burgundy wingtip shannon at end of this month most likely

Are you talking about Edward Green raising their prices or Skoaktiebolaget raising theirs due to the exchange rate?

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Haha yeah not too concerned with versatility but racing green delapre is essentially black. Swatch I handled plus photo online has minimal green though I suspect it'll show a bit more once it's made up into a shoe

That's my kind of green.
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My lightweight travel shoe project has finally arrived.







Delapre Dover on the 202 with a R1 sole. Overall a very light and comfortable shoe.
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Interesting TD galway


Also still trying to get six for a racing green delapre galway, see sig for details
what is this color called? racing green?
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@jerrybrowne any other modifications? how much lighter is the r1 sole compared to single leather?
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@stevent

do you have any links to racing green delapre? cant find anything by image search
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@jerrybrowne any other modifications? how much lighter is the r1 sole compared to single leather?

I had the facings shortened 1 mm due to my low instep. Other than that they are standard. The R1 is significantly lighter than single leather IMO. The shoes feel almost as light as sneakers.
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Well done on the lightweight travel shoes! I always appreciate unique makeups and tweaks to common makeups that are actually borne out of simple necessity. Bravo.
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@stevent

do you have any links to racing green delapre? cant find anything by image search

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

what is this color called? racing green?


Should be standard olive antique maybe with extra finishing?

Racing green is pretty hard to photograph

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Well done on the lightweight travel shoes! I always appreciate unique makeups and tweaks to common makeups that are actually borne out of simple necessity. Bravo.

Thanks!
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Has anyone seen the printed Delapre leather? EG calls it Utah?
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