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Dr. That make up is remarkable what leather is on the uppers, wow that's a great looking boot!
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If I got Shannons I'd probably have them in shell, and I prefer agatine eyelets on shell.
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I personally prefer the Shannons with blind, but it's a matter of taste.
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Does anyone know how EG's country calf leathers map onto their regular calf colors? In other words, is there a country calf version of chestnut? Or something similar to dark oak?
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Seriously??

EG MTO Shannon II Edwardian w/ Southwald toe Cap 82

EG MTO Shannon Coffee Suede 82

And this is why we miss you so!
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Dr. That make up is remarkable what leather is on the uppers, wow that's a great looking boot!

Thanks! These are the from the Hardy Amies collaboration and the shaft color is cloud. It adds something that would otherwise be an unremarkable black half-brogue.
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I personally prefer the Shannons with blind, but it's a matter of taste.

Three bal boots with and three without (well, one is flying to me across the pond as we speak)... I like both versions!
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Does anyone know how EG's country calf leathers map onto their regular calf colors? In other words, is there a country calf version of chestnut? Or something similar to dark oak?

I looked in a EG swatch yesterday and from that i think walnut country calf is the grain version of dark oak. Chestnut i don´t remember beacuse we did talk about that.
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Almond=Edwardian
Rosewood=Chestnut(ish)
Mahoganny= Dark burnt pine(ish)?
Walnut=Dark oak(ish)
Black=Black

Bad lighting, sorry.
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nvm
Edited by Crat - 2/7/13 at 2:22pm
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Big thanks, Crat. Tha't's a great photo.

When you say bad lighting, do you mean the small spots with glare, or are the colors on the picture slightly off as well?
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I meant the glare; the colours are fairly accurate for an indoor picture with arificial light. I prefer natural light though.
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Aportnoy = the EG king. Those Shannon's he posted don't look like they have ever been worn (both pairs).
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What do you guys think of these?  They are called Paultons, Edward Green for Ralph Lauren.  The style is basically a modified Pimlico in hazel calf and white suede.  Are they ridiculous throwbacks or contemporary summer cool?  Thoughts?

 

 

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post #2429 of 12050
Cool to look at , as long as they aren't on my feet. That's not to say others couldn't pull them off, I just don't see it fitting in to my understated elegance wardrobe.
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Hey guys, I posted in the classifieds. I was told a 9.5E would fit me in the 888 last but unfortunately too big. I have a pair of the westminsters in dark oak that are BNIB. They are too large and I paid close to $700. If anyone wants or wants to trade please pm me.
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