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Originally Posted by Nakedsnake View Post

@coldinboston
, Great pic, thanks. How do they fit in comparison? I would have to agree with you here, and say the F last is nicer looking. It's just a hint more shapely, and the toe is a touch more refined, which I think makes a big difference.
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Originally Posted by Nakedsnake View Post

@coldinboston
, Great pic, thanks. How do they fit in comparison? I would have to agree with you here, and say the F last is nicer looking. It's just a hint more shapely, and the toe is a touch more refined, which I think makes a big difference.
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Originally Posted by Nakedsnake View Post

@coldinboston
, Great pic, thanks. How do they fit in comparison? I would have to agree with you here, and say the F last is nicer looking. It's just a hint more shapely, and the toe is a touch more refined, which I think makes a big difference.
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Originally Posted by Nakedsnake View Post

@coldinboston
, Great pic, thanks. How do they fit in comparison? I would have to agree with you here, and say the F last is nicer looking. It's just a hint more shapely, and the toe is a touch more refined, which I think makes a big difference.

The 72 last is roomier than the 64 IMO. It is also curvier just in the right places. Both of those attributes make it more desirable IMO
Edited by coldinboston - 2/1/16 at 12:50pm
post #25127 of 29011

^^^ If that is so I would have to back down a half size on the 72.  The 64 is as roomy as I want in a UK 9.

post #25128 of 29011
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

^^^ If that is so I would have to back down a half size on the 72.  The 64 is as roomy as I want in a UK 9.

I am not sure if it is roomier enough to justify changing sizes in my case. It may in your case if the 64 is your ceiling for how roomy you want your boot to fit.
post #25129 of 29011
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

^^^ If that is so I would have to back down a half size on the 72.  The 64 is as roomy as I want in a UK 9.



Roger, Is it the 64F or 64E that fits your perfectly?
If it is the F width that is good for you then I would stay with the same size on the 72 last

I find the 64F a very good fit but the 72 is just perfect for me.
post #25130 of 29011
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

Roger, Is it the 64F or 64E that fits your perfectly?
If it is the F width that is good for you then I would stay with the same size on the 72 last

I find the 64F a very good fit but the 72 is just perfect for me.

Yes similar to farhad
Yea 64 E fits me also but not great with thicker socks. I purchased 64 F on purpose to allow for thicker socks (supposed to be the boot for the really bad weather). 72 is in the middle bw 64E and 64F and fits better than either from the beginning
post #25131 of 29011
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

Roger, Is it the 64F or 64E that fits your perfectly?
If it is the F width that is good for you then I would stay with the same size on the 72 last

I find the 64F a very good fit but the 72 is just perfect for me.

Hey Farhad, 82 E fits me perfectly in a Galway. 64 E is roomy but okay. More roomy that 64 E I think would not be okay.
post #25132 of 29011
Did someone say Galway..

post #25133 of 29011
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

Hey Farhad, 82 E fits me perfectly in a Galway. 64 E is roomy but okay. More roomy that 64 E I think would not be okay.

Are you thinking of getting the kentmere or a galway in the 72? Or just asking in general
post #25134 of 29011
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Did someone say Galway..


Those are ok biggrin.gif
You ended up keeping them and incorporating them into your rotation?
post #25135 of 29011
Tempted by the Kentmere but no immediate plans. More asking in general.
post #25136 of 29011
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Originally Posted by coldinboston View Post

Those are ok biggrin.gif
You ended up keeping them and incorporating them into your rotation?

I did...happy with my decision.
post #25137 of 29011
Gentlemen,
does anybody have any experience with ordering MTO through EG website?
Do they require full payment up front or 50%?
Is it possible to order models which are not currently listed on their website, like Nevis or Shannon?
I've only ordered EG through Skoaktiebolaget so far, and since I live in Europe, US retailers are sadly of no use to me...
Thanks in advance.
post #25138 of 29011
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Originally Posted by Pbayvip View Post

Gentlemen,
does anybody have any experience with ordering MTO through EG website?
Do they require full payment up front or 50%?
Is it possible to order models which are not currently listed on their website, like Nevis or Shannon?
I've only ordered EG through Skoaktiebolaget so far, and since I live in Europe, US retailers are sadly of no use to me...
Thanks in advance.

I did talk to them about MTO but never actually ordered one.
The email from their website routes through the Jermyn street store (i.e the emails are answered by employees at their Jermyn Street store).
Yes you can order models that are not on their website, just as you did through Skoak.
I do however believe they require 100% up front, as opposed to the 50% down and 50% on arrival. At least thats what i was told when I was talking to them about MTO.
Hope that helps
post #25139 of 29011
Morning tasks in my favorite boots.

post #25140 of 29011


Just got these today after a minimal wait. Finishing is terrific and the Utah shaft makes these very comfortable.
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