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I understand and I actually remembered your earlier post with regards to fit. It just that I find that those two for some reason look the best in my opinion. Heck I can't even remember seeing an EG chukka in smooth calf. However fit trumps everything else.

That was my exact thought. I've never seen a non suede chukka from them. Might be nice.
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That was my exact thought. I've never seen a non suede chukka from them. Might be nice.

What are you thinking? Something on the 202?
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What are you thinking? Something on the 202?

probably, maybe vintage oak?
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probably, maybe vintage oak?

Sounds right, any idea with regards to the model?​

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Anyone have any thoughts of getting an EG chukka in smooth calf leather (non suede or pebble)

I just thought it would be nice to have a pair of really well made chukkas that can go as formal as slacks and jacket to as casual as jeans and a button up.

Aren't Banbury and Westonbirt chukka full leather boot?
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I actually had no idea there was a model. I like the Banbury, it seems taller than the Westonbirt
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Sounds right, any idea with regards to the model?​
Is it possible to do gmto for EG?
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Is it possible to do gmto for EG?

Unfortunately no. I remember they stopped a few years ago
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Is it possible to do gmto for EG?


Unfortunately no. That program ceased to exist approximately a year ago or so. I think my Dover in Mahogany CC that @tifosi started was last EG GMTO I was able to get in, then they stopped the program shortly afterwards.

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I actually had no idea there was a model. I like the Banbury, it seems taller than the Westonbirt

There's also this: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Edward-Green-Silverstone-Antique-Boots/MH00236,default,pd.html?dwvar_MH00236_Color=BRWN&contentpos=19&cgid=

 

They might even have it to try on in SF.  But you can always just get free shipping and returns. 

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And despite the description online, I think the sizes listed are the U.S. size.  Even in store, BB customer service/knowledge is the opposite of Skoak. 

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And despite the description online, I think the sizes listed are the U.S. size.  Even in store, BB customer service/knowledge is the opposite of Skoak. 
I second this.

BB's size guide is a mess.
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Unfortunately no. I remember they stopped a few years ago
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Unfortunately no. That program ceased to exist approximately a year ago or so. I think my Dover in Mahogany CC that @tifosi
 started was last EG GMTO I was able to get in, then they stopped the program shortly afterwards.
Thank you gents it would be nice if they bring the gmto back.
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For what it's worth I just took 8.5uk E, well asked for that size for my galaway from brook brother SA guy. It worked well SA had no idea about sizing etc.
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Im not sure I like a chiseled last on a chukka boot.

Would prefer something like this:

http://www.edwardgreen.com/shop/shoes/banbury-11240.html
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