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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Depends on the makeup, but I would agree that they look great on those Shannons.

i like them on all my boots, or atleast thats my preference. for shoes and chukka def blind eyelets

nice price on inverness

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Edward-Green-Inverness-Wingtip-shoe-size-10-5-UK-or-11-US-/151412244786?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item2340df8132
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^Those will be mine tonight smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post

I think from LS, but I don't recall exactly. It's possible I ordered it from the UK with a shoe order some time ago.
Thanks. I'll contact LS.
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

^Those will be mine tonight smile.gif

I am glad they found good home. Thank you and @NAMOR for support.
I will send you an invoice tonight.
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Ready for work tomorrow

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Originally Posted by Flimsychicken View Post

Has anyone here purchased full sock liners/inserts for EG shoes? If so, did you get them directly from EG, or through a retailer? I've tried emailing EG, but I haven't gotten a response.
From EG sometimea they came already in the shoe (mto) other times my supplier put in a request and they put them in free of charge for me.
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sock liner is just a full leather insole?
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^correct
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My Dover Bauxite on 32 E last.

Sorry for low quality iphone picture and low quality pants.

 

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Originally Posted by luc13 View Post





Thanks a lot.

I dont know but i dont like Derbys. Maybe there is the Dover exceptin on 606 in DO or Edwardian or Burnt pine

The Shannon is quit nice but i would not wear it with suit and Other trousers are quit difficult

The Walcott is absolutly beautifull also the Longwing idea but there with the Oakdale

Falkirk in Edwardian, Shannon with all blind eyelets and flat laces in DOAK (dressy version), Dover in DOAK and Brummell in say Nightshade or Burgundy would be on my order list with that collection. Nice collection by the way! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Falkirk in Edwardian, Shannon with all blind eyelets and flat laces in DOAK (dressy version), Dover in DOAK and Brummell in say Nightshade or Burgundy would be on my order list with that collection. Nice collection by the way! smile.gif

Tank you Leaves.

I like the inverse Brogue but at the Moment this one is my favorite
The very subtle brogue at the toebox and the 606 Last make me realy happy. It is the Telford

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Edward Green Warwick 82 last

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Originally Posted by bamboo View Post
 

My Dover Bauxite on 32 E last.

Sorry for low quality iphone picture and low quality pants.

 


Very nice, I like that color.

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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

I went with my Brannock on the F64 and I really like the fit. I am 8.5US Brannock and I went UK8 (which is labeled 8/8.5)

If you are concerned about the width, take a look at my post from when I got mine. I took some measurements to compare the width to other shoes in my stable. Not an exact science but may offer some insight.

Tifosi do you also have Galway in E width on 64 last?
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Those Warwicks looks great icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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