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Outstanding JR. Best derbies ever made smile.gif. Love mine.


You and @tifosi were definitely the EG enablers, so thank you! :fistbump:

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They aren't shell Galways, but maiden voyage for my doak Dovers from Steve at GF smile.gif

Beautiful JR.
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Great shot. Trousers just as nice as the shoes.
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JR M, fabulous nod[1].gif
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Great shot. Trousers just as nice as the shoes.

 

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JR M, fabulous nod[1].gif


Thanks both!  Trousers are Epaulet "Ironwood" donegal tweed, one of my favorites :)

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Thinking about the Dark Oak Cadogan lately. What are your thoughts? Not a style that seems to be popular on board !?

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I have always found this style more appealing and traditional than the Asquith and other patterns more common on this thread. 

 

The Cadogan is unimpeachable. Although it's probably boring by SF standards because it is solidly traditional. Also consider the old/traditional Canterbury style. Best of luck in deciding. 

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Thinking about the Dark Oak Cadogan lately. What are your thoughts? Not a style that seems to be popular on board !?


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Thinking about the Dark Oak Cadogan lately. What are your thoughts? Not a style that seems to be popular on board !?



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I have always found this style more appealing and traditional than the Asquith and other patterns more common on this thread. 

The Cadogan is unimpeachable. Although it's probably boring by SF standards because it is solidly traditional. Also consider the old/traditional Canterbury style. Best of luck in deciding. 

Its worth a consideration. Mine are a regular part of the rotation. Nothing wrong with having some traditional shoes.



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I have always found this style more appealing and traditional than the Asquith and other patterns more common on this thread. 

 

The Cadogan is unimpeachable. Although it's probably boring by SF standards because it is solidly traditional. Also consider the old/traditional Canterbury style. Best of luck in deciding. 

 

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Its worth a consideration. Mine are a regular part of the rotation. Nothing wrong with having some traditional shoes.
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Thanks fellows!

The only thing that could keep me off these (and I change my mind every minute about it) is a side heel brogueing which seems to make a whole shoe look a bit busy.

The alternative would be a John Lobb Seymour which is basically the identical style, only without the side heel brogue.

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I will be going with its Luther cousin the Cardiff for my next mto.
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^ That Lobb has a very similar brouging pattern to the E.G. Asquith.
The E.G. Lichfield is another less busy E.G. model with some brouging you might want to check out.
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Thanks fellows!


The only thing that could keep me off these (and I change my mind every minute about it) is a side heel brogueing which seems to make a whole shoe look a bit busy.


The alternative would be a John Lobb Seymour which is basically the identical style, only without the side heel brogue.


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^ That Lobb has a very similar brouging pattern to the E.G. Asquith.
The E.G. Lichfield is another less busy E.G. model with some brouging you might want to check out.

The lobb saunton is also similar.
If you want EG asquith is similar to that as mentioned above.
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Thinking about the Dark Oak Cadogan lately. What are your thoughts? Not a style that seems to be popular on board !?



love this shoe. go for it. classic
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Thinking about the Dark Oak Cadogan lately. What are your thoughts? Not a style that seems to be popular on board !?





I like it and think it is a classic, is it on the 202 last if I am not wrong?
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They aren't shell Galways, but maiden voyage for my doak Dovers from Steve at GF smile.gif



Lovely shoes and a very nice picture.
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