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Michaelvl what you should get is EG Dundee veldtschoen construction in rose wood country calf with dainite sole. That is what I was referring to above & you are all set biggrin.gif

@dalevy: Thanks for your input!
@TtownMD: Wow, that is one sturdy looking shoe, especially with the Dainite commando soles. I was playing with the idea of getting a pair of Sandringham's on Double Dainite soles with storm welts or possibly a pair of Westbourne's, but doubt the latter are available as RTW on rubber.
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@dalevy: Thanks for your input!
@TtownMD: Wow, that is one sturdy looking shoe, especially with the Dainite commando soles. I was playing with the idea of getting a pair of Sandringham's on Double Dainite soles with storm welts or possibly a pair of Westbourne's, but doubt the latter are available as RTW on rubber.
Whatever you get you will be happy. But I am 100% its RTW I all most picked them up. But ended up not getting them because my size sold out or I would of 100%
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Are boots, specifically Galways, really that much hotter to wear than shoes? I haven't worn boots for years ( since my college Doc Marten days) and I live in sunny humid Florida.
personal choice? Rotation?

For me, I just can't be comfortable in 90 degree weather wearing boots, don't think it's that different tho
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Are boots, specifically Galways, really that much hotter to wear than shoes? I haven't worn boots for years ( since my college Doc Marten days) and I live in sunny humid Florida.


I wear my Galways and a handful of other pairs of boots during the summer, but my summer and Florida summer are not the same summer.

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What is edward greens roundest toed boot is it the 64 last? Also anyone with shearling galways can comment on their fit. I am a 12 barrie, 12 viberg, 13e ae 511 last, thanks think I am finally pulling the trigger
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Very nice!!!
Thank you, kind Sir.
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Don't be scared to wear your suede out in bad weather as long as you nanno spray them & they have rubber or dainite sole you are good to go also for any kind of weather.
Hi Ttown, for the nano suede spay you are referring to, do you have any recommendations?
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Originally Posted by benjamin8451 View Post

Hi Ttown, for the nano suede spay you are referring to, do you have any recommendations?
I use tarrago nano protector works very well.
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What is edward greens roundest toed boot is it the 64 last? Also anyone with shearling galways can comment on their fit. I am a 12 barrie, 12 viberg, 13e ae 511 last, thanks think I am finally pulling the trigger



The 64E fits true to size but the F 64 last is slightly generous to accommodate thick socks
I I have the boots in the 64E last because of the shearling I prefer to wear them with thinner socks .
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It has been raining a lot here in The Netherlands. Just curious if you guys wear your leather soled E.G.'s when it is raining or if you have specific pairs for that purpose.

My first pair of E.G.'s were a pair of DOAK Chelsea's on single leather soles, I sort of ruined them by walking in the rain with them slightly too long (I got surprised by heavy rain while walking to my Hotel in Paris), the rain soaked the soles completely and the water absorbed through the soles up into the uppers and stained them pretty bad, so bad that multiple coats of polish can't conceal the stains completely. When I got home I immediately stuffed them with paper towels and turned them upside down, but the damage was done. Now if the shoes get slightly wet, the area that was stained saturates with moisture almost immediately, the stain darkens considerably and white streaks also start to show in the leather. I now only wear my Galways (on Dainite) if rain is to be expected.

Any suggestions when it comes to fowl weather and wearing your E.G.'s?
How well can suede shoes on rubber soles withstand pretty heavy rain? I have a pair of suede Shanklins on rubber soles, but don't dare to wear them in the rain.
Any suggestions for specific RTW fowl weather E.G.'s (with exception of Galways)?


Get a pair of Dundee they come on the Ridgeway sole and are perfect for any weather. I also wear suede shoes in the rain and have had no problems so far just use a good protector spray after a few wears .
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Get a pair of Dundee they come on the Ridgeway sole and are perfect for any weather. I also wear suede shoes in the rain and have had no problems so far just use a good protector spray after a few wears .

Thanks for the tips and info.

I have treated my Suede E.G.'s with Saphir Super Invulner. I will be wearing them with more confidence it wet weather from now on.
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Originally Posted by Kahuna75 View Post

What is edward greens roundest toed boot is it the 64 last? Also anyone with shearling galways can comment on their fit. I am a 12 barrie, 12 viberg, 13e ae 511 last, thanks think I am finally pulling the trigger



The 64E fits true to size but the F 64 last is slightly generous to accommodate thick socks
I I have the boots in the 64E last because of the shearling I prefer to wear them with thinner socks .

Thanks for the info - I appreciate it! Had no thought about socks - naturally just thinking would wear thicker ones but makes sense that overheating can be an issue.

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Those are nice well done sir
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