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Speaking of Asquiths...


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Nice, wish I had the time an patience to get mine looking this good!! Great job and thank you for sharing.
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Felt "a bit blue (and Green)" today, so I took this pic.  EG Galway in midnight blue (antique) and navy suede from Leffot. Accompanying timepiece is the Nautilus (with classic blue/green dial) by Patek Philippe.

 

 

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Sizing question would like to seek advise from you all:

Alden Barrie = US 8D
Allen Edmonds = US 8D
Grenson = UK 7
C&J 337 = UK 7E

What should be the size to choose for EG 202, and what fit/width?

By the way, what is the different between fit/width E & F?

Thanks.

I am Alden Barrie US9D and EG 202 UK9D or UK9E. EG's E width (standard/medium/normal width) is considered by many to be slightly wider than a typical US "D" width.
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Felt "a bit blue (and Green)" today, so I took this pic.  EG Galway in midnight blue (antique) and navy suede from Leffot. Accompanying timepiece is the Nautilus (with classic blue/green dial) by Patek Philippe.




I'm blue ba da da di da da da.

I'm a sucker for blue - gorgeous! Enjoy
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Does anyone know if you can get a high boot mto without the speed hooks?
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Does anyone know if you can get a high boot mto without the speed hooks?

Yes.
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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

Felt "a bit blue (and Green)" today, so I took this pic.  EG Galway in midnight blue (antique) and navy suede from Leffot. Accompanying timepiece is the Nautilus (with classic blue/green dial) by Patek Philippe.

 

 

There was a spanish guy on this forum or another one that did an entire pictorial on his shoes paired with his watches. He got a lot of stick from the readers because they thought all (at least the watches) looked virtually the same. 


Edited by Fiddler - 1/28/13 at 12:23am
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I am Alden Barrie US9D and EG 202 UK9D or UK9E. EG's E width (standard/medium/normal width) is considered by many to be slightly wider than a typical US "D" width.

Do you mean I should take EG 202 in size UK8?
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Do you mean I should take EG 202 in size UK8?

Based on my experience with Alden's Barrie and EG's 202, yes.
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Does anyone know if you can get a high boot mto without the speed hooks?

DieWorkwear just posted an article about his MTO boots, without speed hooks: http://dieworkwear.com/post/41366748950/these-boots-are-mto-for-walking .

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^ derek's boots are incredible
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DieWorkwear just posted an article about his MTO boots, without speed hooks: http://dieworkwear.com/post/41366748950/these-boots-are-mto-for-walking .

Even though this guy gave me some grief about complaining about Leffuckup a few pages back, I will grant that he writes well and his boots are bloddy marvellous too.

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I'm blue ba da da di da da da.

I'm a sucker for blue - gorgeous! Enjoy

 

Thank you!  I wanted to get the classic Galway colors/combo but when I saw the midnight blue / navy suede combo it proved too interesting for me to ignore.

 

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There was a spanish guy on this forum or another one that did an entire pictorial on his shoes paired with his watches. He got a lot of stick from the readers because they thought all (at least the watches) looked virtually the same.

 

Interesting.  So is the lesson that the watch collection, or at least the watch/shoe combo must show a bit of diversity?

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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

 

Thank you!  I wanted to get the classic Galway colors/combo but when I saw the midnight blue / navy suede combo it proved too interesting for me to ignore.

 

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

There was a spanish guy on this forum or another one that did an entire pictorial on his shoes paired with his watches. He got a lot of stick from the readers because they thought all (at least the watches) looked virtually the same.

 

Interesting.  So is the lesson that the watch collection, or at least the watch/shoe combo must show a bit of diversity?

 

I don't know...it would never occur to me to photograph 20 pairs of shoes with 20 different watches (all mostly the same). I wear the 2 watches with everything...ones a steel chromo and the other a bit dressier and classic. I was just amazed at how much the guy got hassled. 

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Thank You Sin, that's exactly what I am looking for although I believe I will go with burgundy.
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