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Nice one, Frank : )
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Thank you and thanks for all the help i got from you in the process cheers.gif
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Thanks gents. I'm thinking of getting a Dover, 606 last. Suggestions for a leather? I was thinking a mid brown plain calf. I have the GG split toe blucher in dark oak peccary and wi
l also get one in mid brown hatch grain.

I have the Dover in dark oak but I really like the look of almond country calf
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Frank is that burgundy? I will be ordering my shannons next month on the 82 as well. Unless I decide to go with Epsom it changes daily.
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

I have the Dover in dark oak but I really like the look of almond country calf
Agreed; it looks great on the Dover.
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I'm still somewhat undecided on the leather for my Dovers, but the leader in the clubhouse is hazel:

http://www.skyvalet1.com/Edward-Green-120th-Anniversary-Brummell_p_131.html
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Frank is that burgundy? I will be ordering my shannons next month on the 82 as well. Unless I decide to go with Epsom it changes daily.

No. It's Dark oak. It's a make up for Leffot originally.
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I have the Dover in dark oak but I really like the look of almond country calf

 

I love the almond shade

 

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EGWEST_zps681cdec8.jpg
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Colour on pictures can difficult.
So here are some more pictures to confuse you devil.gif
Not my shoes, sadly enough.
Two new shoes in the same colour can differ in appearance substantially.

Edwardian


Edwardian ( I find this to be accurate)


Edwardian


Edwardian


Burnt Pine


Burnt Pine


Bauxite


Bauxite


Burgundy
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My ladbrokes will be edwardian, I wanted acorn initially but I was advised to avoid it as it is lighter than you think, which is pretty light. I guess it really depends on how many pairs you have in the stable already. Crat how many dovers do you own?
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

I have an Edwardian Oundle and it's more of a light tan color mixed with a hint of gold. Some seem to be on the yellow side. I agree it's a tough leather to know just what you're getting. You can try and put in a request and show photos, but it's never guaranteed.

+1
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

Crat how many dovers do you own?
None, not my shoes in the picture. (Save one pair)
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I so want a pair of Beaulieu in Edwardian. I still want a Malvern in acorn... But they might have to wait a year or two from now...
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

I think the Dovers were ~$1k...they didn't have my size.

Contact Leather Soul Beverly Hills. They had a pair in my size I just got on sale for $795.
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Hey--I'm wondering if I could get some last advice for EG. I typically wear a 6.5E (UK) in Crockett and Jones' 325 last, and a 7.5D (US) or 7E (US) in Alden's Trubalance, Barrie and Modified lasts.

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