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Shoes look good but I hope you cleaned up the seat where your shoes were for the next passenger.

It's the BART. I'd wipe the soles of my shoes, instead. 

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Come on, it's basic courtesy. It's actions like this that contributes to a dirty train.
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Just when I'm starting to order more G&Gs. LOL​

What do you have in mind for G&G models?
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Come on, it's basic courtesy. It's actions like this that contributes to a dirty train.

Haha, he is probably just teasing.
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What do you have in mind for G&G models?

Well for now the last two were from G&G and the next two I have on order already are from G&G. I also have a few more I wouldn't mind getting like a St James in polo suede for one.
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I can't imagine many things scummier than finding a retailer with a favorable return policy only to run an MTO through another seller after finding your best size.

Wow, that is terrible!!

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Yes the DOAK color is great. I just picked up a cardogan a month ago also in the same color and also have a Shannon MTO pending also DOAK.
This pic color is a bit off bc of the lighting in closet. First pic is more accurate color in real life.

 

 

Too bad styles like Cadogan are getting pretty much unnoticed.. They are amazing!

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Fit should always be the most important factor. However I don't have any experience with the 606, but the pair I have on the 202 works just fine for me.


The 202 and 64 are most comfortable for me but IMHO the Dover looks best on the 606 last and I don't think it is too pointed, another great fit was a 888 last but on the F fitting .
The 82 last is the best looking last if you ask me but unfortunately I cannot wear this last as I have fairly broad feet!
Try on and see what you find most comfortable as we all have different shaped feet.
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Well for now the last two were from G&G and the next two I have on order already are from G&G. I also have a few more I wouldn't mind getting like a St James in polo suede for one.

Words simply couldn't describe my love for St James II on MH71 last.

THE best!
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Words simply couldn't describe my love for St James II on MH71 last.

THE best!
Very nice my man I love St James myself & only have TG73 last. But have two shoes one is St James on mh71 last. Looking forward to them !!
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Very nice my man I love St James myself & only have TG73 last. But have two shoes one is St James on mh71 last. Looking forward to them !!

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You will never be disappointed.
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Anyone have pictures of the EG St. James side-tie boot? It looks cool from the profile but I'm not sure how it looks stright on.

It looks very novelty such as the button boots... but I still want...

I just hope the dark oak batch has improved. the counter burshinging finish has not been great with the superficial "cracking" with other dark oaks I've seen here lately.
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Anyone have pictures of the EG St. James side-tie boot? It looks cool from the profile but I'm not sure how it looks stright on.

It looks very novelty such as the button boots... but I still want...

I just hope the dark oak batch has improved. the counter burshinging finish has not been great with the superficial "cracking" with other dark oaks I've seen here lately.
Hell I can't even find a store to buy them I tried looking but they do look bad ass just like button boots which I love.
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