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And, if this is real, there goes another chunk of savings. Seriously jonesing for 2-3 pairs of shit kicking EG goodness.
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EG Berkeley in Dark Oak on the 202 last from Gentlemensfootwear.....
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nephew,
wear only in good health
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EG suede is just soooooo smooooooth.


Buttah, baby.

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Scored these at the factory today with @Cleav




Wow! wonderful score, really lucky they had your size,enjoy.
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Scored these at the factory today with @Cleav




Wow wonderful score, really lucky they had your size. Enjoy
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Scored these at the factory today with @Cleav




 

Very nice, Congrats!!

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Zug!!!
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According to Ms. Hilary Freeman, EG is supplying Heather Gorse again.


Good, it's kind of a shame they stopped to begin with.

 

It certainly makes an excellent leather to use for a very durable and foul weather boot or shoe.

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A dundee would be awesome in zug.
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@Murlsquirl boots look great!

If you find yourself back and have room in the bag for a proxy let me know smile.gif
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A dundee would be awesome in zug.

It's certainly the right style of shoe for that leather. I think the Dover is a pretty good choice as well but the Galway on the 64 is still my favorite. I'm pretty sure when EG used to make shoes and boots in this leather that all three of these models were fairly common. I think Highlander was the line or range that EG used to call these models which were made using Zug. I can't recall for sure what the others were, but I vaguely remember one or two more.
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Scored these at the factory today with @Cleav





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Scored these at the factory today with @Cleav


Arggh! And in my size. Congrats
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Scored these at the factory today with @Cleav






There is nothing like a visiting a lion's den.

I am surprised you only bought one pair.
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I wore these for six days on my recent visit to NYC they are very comfortable, gave them a bit of polish today

One of my favourite shoes along with the Galway boots

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Not yet.  I messaged Robin today about it.

Have you heard anything back from him yet? I'm still waiting on a shipment notification as well.

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