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This pic was too nice not to share.

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I don't agree with this. I tend to find boots tighter in the vamp than shoes in the same size. Some even go out a width to account for this volume difference

Ohk. This is a learning for me too.
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Enjoying the warm weather outside (well... while at work indoors)
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Looking great they are mate ^ nod[1].gif
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Hello,

 

I am in the process of ordering a pair of Galways. They are going to be on the 202 last. I am hoping to get some suggestions regarding the make-up. 

 

I want the boots to be hard-wearing and versatile. So something that I can wear to work (business casual), a leisurely walk in the park, to dinner and even the beach maybe. I really like the feel of the Delapre calf that they have been using. I am thinking a dark-brown or navy shade of the smooth Delapre calf (not the printed Delapre Utah) with a perforated cap-toe and Dainite sole. I prefer using the same leather throughout the boot.

 

What do you guys think of this? It is my first pair of Galways so I would really appreciate the feedback.

 

Thanks in advance.


Nightshade.

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Enjoying the warm weather outside (well... while at work indoors)
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Did someone take the picture for you? 

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Did someone take the picture for you? 

I would imagine. Either that or he has a selfie stick?
Edited by coldinboston - 1/9/16 at 4:57am
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I posted earlier about my first Edward Green MTO back in November - http://www.styleforum.net/t/291745/edward-green-appreciation-pictures-info-and-where-to-buy/23115#post_8184555

Just heard from my retailer that my second MTO pair had arrived, but I should not bother coming by to pick them up. Burnishing at the shoe tips was horrible and just all over the place and blotchy. Burnishing on the heel sizes was horribly done and wrinkled. I think whoever is at this workstation is just unskilled - the first pair I had done, the Westminsters, had the toe cap stitching burn as a result of the poorly executed burnishing.

I elected to go with a refund in this instance, even though I have not gotten either of my grail shoe designs.

I am struggling to understand how people can post about their nice shoes here. i am beginning to suspect many people with issues cannot be bothered to tell others about their experiences.

I will never even consider a pair of Edward Greens again. And just LOL at their MTO program. Two shoes ordered, and two duds received. Just a sloppy brand who has no dignity or pride in their products. How they can ship MTOs out in such poor shape astounds me.

Please share your poor experiences too. In before this only happens to me icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Did someone take the picture for you? 
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Originally Posted by coldinboston View Post

I woud imagine. Either that or he has a selfie stick?
not at all! My corgi-like arms took them. smile.gif
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I posted earlier about my first Edward Green MTO back in November - http://www.styleforum.net/t/291745/edward-green-appreciation-pictures-info-and-where-to-buy/23115#post_8184555

Just heard from my retailer that my second MTO pair had arrived, but I should not bother coming by to pick them up. Burnishing at the shoe tips was horrible and just all over the place and blotchy. Burnishing on the heel sizes was horribly done and wrinkled. I think whoever is at this workstation is just unskilled - the first pair I had done, the Westminsters, had the toe cap stitching burn as a result of the poorly executed burnishing.

I elected to go with a refund in this instance, even though I have not gotten either of my grail shoe designs.

I am struggling to understand how people can post about their nice shoes here. i am beginning to suspect many people with issues cannot be bothered to tell others about their experiences.

I will never even consider a pair of Edward Greens again. And just LOL at their MTO program. Two shoes ordered, and two duds received. Just a sloppy brand who has no dignity or pride in their products. How they can ship MTOs out in such poor shape astounds me.
Please share your poor experiences too. In before this only happens to me icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Just because you're an ass and no one responds doesn't mean everything is always perfect. You could at least take the time to review posts in the last week. In b4 too lazy. 

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Just because you're an ass and no one responds doesn't mean everything is always perfect. You could at least take the time to review posts in the last week. In b4 too lazy. 

Aren't you mature with your name calling?

Posts are 99% good stories.


I question your comprehension capabilities. Typical fan boy response as well. Misguided emotions it seems.
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not at all! My corgi-like arms took them. smile.gif

Then I would assume you bend over 90 degree horizontally to take the selfile.
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Morning Gents.

 

Hoping somebody has some experiences of the EG Newbury. Looking at their website at the cloud Newbury (890 last) and they seem to be quite a nice shade but the photos don't help too much with the shape of the last - they don't look as sleek as I would have expected.

 

Anybody got any photos of them "in the wild" and particularly any evidence of creasing as that has always been my biggest concern with wholecuts?

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Aren't you mature with your name calling?

Posts are 99% good stories.


I question your comprehension capabilities. Typical fan boy response as well. Misguided emotions it seems.

It is an appreciation thread after all...

Sucks about the MTOs but why not give them a chance to rectify the issues? I have found that no company is ever perfect but customer service response to issues may be the determining factor if I will continue to be a buyer in the future.
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Morning Gents.

Hoping somebody has some experiences of the EG Newbury. Looking at their website at the cloud Newbury (890 last) and they seem to be quite a nice shade but the photos don't help too much with the shape of the last - they don't look as sleek as I would have expected.

Anybody got any photos of them "in the wild" and particularly any evidence of creasing as that has always been my biggest concern with wholecuts?

Steve there is a picture of them in the wild by JustinKapur maybe a couple of pages back.
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