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Maybe not but they are harder to get right than laced shoes and even harder for someone like myself where I have one foot 1/2 size smaller than the other.


triple d I feel your pain. 

 

Never had problem with JL loafers. 

 

:decisions:

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I have a pair of harrows in burnt pine on deck....pretty pumped
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I have a pair of harrows in burnt pine on deck....pretty pumped

Killing me. I checked out a pair of Sloanes in Sid Mashburn in suede. They are so sick. One of the few EG styles that must be added to my rotation.

Why did you opt for the Harrow amongst other options? I recognize it's the original style, of course. It's a great choice.
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The low vamp appealed to me a great summer shoe suited for the new orleans climate.
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My first pair of Edward Green!




"Wonderbar" I love them! enjoy and wear in good health
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Fabulous choice for your first pair, Congrats!!

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could have done worse... 

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Blackwatch pants + cc Galways, killer combo!!

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"Wonderbar" I love them! enjoy and wear in good health

Thanks all for the kind welcome! I'll be sticking around here for as long as my wallet allows (which was yesterday).
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Is anyone going to the factory sale on Friday?
I would be interest if someone would offer a proxy service.

Many thanks
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Cleav absolutely beautiful!

I am curious between a few different EG colors: Eduardian, Hazel Antique, Burnt Pine. Ive done some some searching and cant find an accurate color. Please help!
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Great looking Westminster and socks Cleav! nod[1].gif
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Cleav absolutely beautiful!

I am curious between a few different EG colors: Eduardian, Hazel Antique, Burnt Pine. Ive done some some searching and cant find an accurate color. Please help!

Antique Edwardian

But then again there are variations from batch to batch. In fact there were variations within the same restock order for this same shoe. The color looked more orange on those shoes which where delivered before mine. Mine had to be remade three times.

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I want the Oriel shoe:



and am thinking I like the edwardian antique
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Love the color man
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Antique Edwardian



But then again there are variations from batch to batch. In fact there were variations within the same restock order for this same shoe. The color looked more orange on those shoes which where delivered before mine. Mine had to be remade three times.


Which model is this? Me likey a lot (sucker for a wingtip)
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Which model is this? Me likey a lot (sucker for a wingtip)


This is the Falkirk, and this as others are available in so many different leathers, colors, and as a spectator as well. You well see them stocked from time to time. Google Edward Green Falkirk to give you an idea of the various ways the have been configured.

 

For EG wingtips I also have the Malvern, Derwent, Inverness, and Hutton. 

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