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Originally Posted by Concordia View Post

Somewhere I read that the 82 is a derivation of the 888. Apart from the toe box, do those two have the same general structure, instep, etc.?


82 is a derivation of the 202 but with a narrower toe I was made to believe at the shop.

202E and 888F fit me the best
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Chi those EG single monks are beautiful!
post #24438 of 28989
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Do you gents go up a size by half for EG 888 last or stick to same size in all the last.


Stay with the same size but try the F width last if you have slightly broad feet, Westminster on the 888F last was one of the the most comfortable shoe I have had.
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Today's MTO delivery from LeatherSoul, Hawaii. Welland in Cloud antique. Thanks to my guy Justin for the pics and the forever on-point service.
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Very elegant!
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Chi those EG single monks are beautiful!


Danke, @justinkapur

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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post





Today's MTO delivery from LeatherSoul, Hawaii. Welland in Cloud antique. Thanks to my guy Justin for the pics and the forever on-point service.
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Very elegant!

Thank you, @Farhad19620

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Some utah and delapre leather

 

Dover : 606E Burgundy Utah

Walcot : 808F Gold delapre

WentWorh : 82F  Black delapre and Suede

 

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I think that is my favorite Dover....ever.

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Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post

Thanks! Oh I'm already on it. I couldn't resist and ordered another pair with a shearling lining. It'll be perfect for the winter here.
A pair... or two right? Because I ended up ordering another pair in walnut country calf and mink suede with a shearling lining.

OK! Didn't want the mink lining? smile.gif
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Originally Posted by dalevy View Post


I wouldn't go up from the 82. If anything, the 888 seems roomier for the toes.
Thank you for input.
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

Stay with the same size but try the F width last if you have slightly broad feet, Westminster on the 888F last was one of the the most comfortable shoe I have had.
I didn't know this thank you for sharing & will do this if I choose to go mto rout.
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post
 

I think that is my favorite Dover....ever.

 

It's way up there.  Probably tied with @Cleav 's Nightshade pair for the top of my fave Dover list.  Terrific pair.

 

We need to have a quiet chat with this fine fellow about trouser break, though...

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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

It's way up there.  Probably tied with @Cleav
 's Nightshade pair for the top of my fave Dover list.  Terrific pair.

We need to have a quiet chat with this fine fellow about trouser break, though...

Most kind sir

and I do agree
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Does EG mark factory rejects/seconds in some way?
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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

Does EG mark factory rejects/seconds in some way?
I believe so in London at there factory store.
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