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Me as well, although I got bit fairly hard by the G&G bug this year.
What bug???
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What bug???

The ferocious, vicious, unrelenting, Thopre, St James II, Isham, Kudu attacking contagious gotta have them  G&G all consuming Bug!!! LOL

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Me as well, although I got bit fairly hard by the G&G bug this year.
Lol too funny I would have not guessed you would be digging G&G lol
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What bug???
By the way I am digging your tweed green jacket where are you buying that from? Would love to own it & match it with my antique olive EG biggrin.gif
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Lol too funny I would have not guessed you would be digging G&G lol

Ah yeah, there's a few. I don't know for sure how many more but there are certainly a fewer least. That and I'm finding the MH71 works pretty well for me, and there just mifght be a couple more Lasts I wouldn't mind trying. The Rothschild has always been pretty interesting, the Warwick which is a good possibility, and the St James in Polo Suede.
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Ah yeah, there's a few. I don't know for sure how many more but there are certainly a fewer least. That and I'm finding the MH71 works pretty well for me, and there just mifght be a couple more Lasts I wouldn't mind trying. The Rothschild has always been pretty interesting, the Warwick which is a good possibility, and the St James in Polo Suede.
I am glad I have been digging Galway & Shannon lol love the 82 last icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Gents, there is nothing wrong with JL Paris or JL St.James or EG but the gentlemen was saying the he wished he had gone with John Lobb so I was just suggesting if he really wanted a Lobb then might as well go with the real McCoy!

I love my EG's and JLP , of course there can be issues with any manufacture but that does not mean I will never buy three products again.
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Gents, there is nothing wrong with JL Paris or JL St.James or EG but the gentlemen was saying the he wished he had gone with John Lobb so I was just suggesting if he really wanted a Lobb then might as well go with the real McCoy!

I love my EG's and JLP , of course there can be issues with any manufacture but that does not mean I will never buy three products again.

Glad to hear. I was concerned when you said "make sure you go with Lobb St. James, NOT the Hermes owned JL Paris", I thought maybe there were issues with JLP. But you are right Lobb St. James is far superior to JLP, but of course for 4x the cost.
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Nice, congrats! I was there this past Wednesday and checked them out as well. No stock in my (very wide) size but I thought they were nice. Utah is a very great leather.

Well I am glad you did not get these, because there was only one pair left and luckily in my size! Yes it is a nice supple leather, certainly very different than the rosewood country grain Galway that I also have. These are certainly more "urban" or "dressier".
They also had a pair of malverns in "chameleon" which i liked more than i thought i would. More brown than green in real life.
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Well I am glad you did not get these, because there was only one pair left and luckily in my size! Yes it is a nice supple leather, certainly very different than the rosewood country grain Galway that I also have. These are certainly more "urban" or "dressier".
They also had a pair of malverns in "chameleon" which i liked more than i thought i would. More brown than green in real life.

Yes, chameleon is a more light brown color and definitely more interesting than just plain brown in my opinion.​


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Well I am glad you did not get these, because there was only one pair left and luckily in my size! Yes it is a nice supple leather, certainly very different than the rosewood country grain Galway that I also have. These are certainly more "urban" or "dressier".
They also had a pair of malverns in "chameleon" which i liked more than i thought i would. More brown than green in real life.

Yes, chameleon is a more light brown color and definitely more interesting than just plain brown in my opinion.​



Does it look more green depending on the lighting as the name implies? Or usually a light shade of brown? I def wouldnt mind adding that color into the rotation
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Does it look more green depending on the lighting as the name implies? Or usually a light shade of brown? I def wouldnt mind adding that color into the rotation

Much more different shades of brown depending on the light.
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I am a fan
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I am a fan

Bespoken thats actually the same shoe i was looking at. The malvern in chameleon. Every time i think i am "good" in how many shoes i have something else shows up that i want
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Bespoken thats actually the same shoe i was looking at. The malvern in chameleon. Every time i think i am "good" in how many shoes i have something else shows up that i want

Yep I was just reminded of this the other day. I just received a new pair of shoes about a week ago, and low and behold I just ordered another boot the other day. I am getting better however as most of them are things I thought about for awhile and not just impulse purchases.
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