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Amazing colour. Especially loved it on the Dover.

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We had a lot of snow but I didn't have any zug Galays to wear. 😥
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Navy Utah Dover (202 / Dainite) & Limited Edition Navy Antique Fulham (606 / HAF) just showed up last night smile.gif
I will take some proper pics and post it soon! Happy New Year gents!








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Amazing colour. Especially loved it on the Dover.

Looks good Steve, awaiting arrival of the Dover... satisfied.gif
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Heavy snowfall + warming temperatures = slushpit = Zug weather.

 

 

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love the navy pairs. and the zug!

 

doak /suede E82 galways after some conditioning and polish. They're a pretty dark shade of dark oak, and I've been trying to keep them that way :)

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Heavy snowfall + warming temperatures = slushpit = Zug weather.


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This may have inspired me to break out the Zug Galways!

Awesome pic.
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Heavy snowfall + warming temperatures = slushpit = Zug weather.


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Yours ages better than mine, must be due to I put it into rain too much.

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love the navy pairs. and the zug!

doak /suede E82 galways after some conditioning and polish. They're a pretty dark shade of dark oak, and I've been trying to keep them that way smile.gif


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Excellent!
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Agree I would say Dover also smile.gif

Dover is a fine looking shoe but I am not so crazy about the split tow and shape, but thank you.
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Dover is a fine looking shoe but I am not so crazy about the split tow and shape, but thank you.

The Dover is the obvious choice. Another good derby is the Cardiff, preferably in a lighter color like chestnut as seen on the EG website.
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Dover is a fine looking shoe but I am not so crazy about the split tow and shape, but thank you.

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Heavy snowfall + warming temperatures = slushpit = Zug weather.


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These look brown...
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These look brown...

Indoor lighting. Well, on a train anyway. Outdoors the red shows more strongly.

Though I have hit them with some brown cream, Zug doesn't absorb much pigment.
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Indoor lighting. Well, on a train anyway. Outdoors the red shows more strongly.

Though I have hit them with some brown cream, Zug doesn't absorb much pigment.

 

You have clean trains in Canada.

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