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Originally Posted by daizawaguy View Post

Could I get confirmation that a G&G 8 1/2 UK will get a slightly roomier fit in a EG last 888 of same size, but stick with the same 8 1/2 UK?

Personally, my experience tells me wear the same size.
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Originally Posted by daizawaguy View Post

Could I get confirmation that a G&G 8 1/2 UK will get a slightly roomier fit in a EG last 888 of same size, but stick with the same 8 1/2 UK?
Same size for me (UK8E).
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Is there a real quality difference from the Gladstone vs the Chelsea?  I know the Gladstone is only Top Drawer, is it worth the premium over the Chelsea?

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Originally Posted by jujujoo11 View Post
 

Is there a real quality difference from the Gladstone vs the Chelsea?  I know the Gladstone is only Top Drawer, is it worth the premium over the Chelsea?

yes, top drawer has everything you asked for and I would say EG top drawer is a great, if not the best, semi-bespoke.

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Classic 

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I wore these boots all day yesterday and the 72 last is super comfortable for me. The toe cap has a real military type look which is what I love about the 72 last. I also really like the new leathers that EG are using.

I think they would have been really successful as a current stock but maybe they were not economically viable.


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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

I wore these boots all day yesterday and the 72 last is super comfortable for me. The toe cap has a real military type look which is what I love about the 72 last. I also really like the new leathers that EG are using.

I think they would have been really successful as a current stock but maybe they were not economically viable.



Nice boot. What model is that?
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I polished my Cardiff after a few days of travel and snow. I continue to use a few different colors on it, and would call it more of a Mahogany Almond now.

 

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I think it is an improvement looks good.
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Originally Posted by Shouldaville View Post

I polished my Cardiff after a few days of travel and snow. I continue to use a few different colors on it, and would call it more of a Mahogany Almond now.





These are a beautiful pair of shoes and they will only look better with age. A perfect sport Derby in my opinion.
So long were they on sale and I didn't pull the trigger. I fell bad.
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Wow shouldaville. Those are gorgeous!

I really wanted them and then when they went on sale my size was long gone.
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Did you use dark brown and black to darken them?. Really nice shoes and color.

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Thanks everyone. Yes @Zapasman, mostly dark brown and black cream. Mahogany and medium brown at times. At one point I had too much black, but some medium brown wax helped cut it back and blend it in. 

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Shouldaville lovely job my man & skill.
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