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Only one way to fix that...


So trade, straight up? ;)

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Originally Posted by JR Magat View Post
 


So trade, straight up? ;)

OK...maybe two ways. That AIN'T one of them.

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^^ Haha, the doak/walnut CC 82 is top of my Galway wish list. If I have my way I should end 2016 with at least 2 Galways.

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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post
 

OK...maybe two ways. That AIN'T one of them.

It was worth a shot... I knew my chances were slim.  It's your avatar for pete's sake ;)

 

 

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Originally Posted by Burzan View Post
 

^^ Haha, the doak/walnut CC 82 is top of my Galway wish list. If I have my way I should end 2016 with at least 2 Galways.

Wise man.

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Originally Posted by NewStart View Post
 

I know I have said this several times before, but @RogerP terrific boots:slayer:

 

 

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82 right Roger?

 

 

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Always bears repeating regardless, @RogerP they are fab - u - lous!

 

 

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It's is for sure wink.gif. My favorite EG last. After a few wears it becomes insanely comfortable and love it's elegance.



 

 

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Originally Posted by JR Magat View Post
 

Damn, beautiful!  Those doak/walnut cc Galways on 82 last are still the perfect Galway makeup IMO (or boot in general. haha).  I have the doak/mink but it just doesn't compare.

 

Thanks very much gents.  @justinkapur - yes, 82 - by far my fave last for the Galway.  @Steel28 - those are beauties as well.

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Galways....
orig.jpg rule! And while I am fortunate indeed to own a few variations of this terrific boot, I suspect that this combo will always remain my fave.

Great shine
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May I ask which color of Saphir cream/wax for Dark Oak color? I'm considering about light and medium brown.
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Medium brown worked for me, bit of black for toe and heel
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

Great shine

Thanks - shine credit to @jokb
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May I ask which color of Saphir cream/wax for Dark Oak color? I'm considering about light and medium brown.

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Originally Posted by NewStart View Post

Medium brown worked for me, bit of black for toe and heel

Medium brown will be closest I think, but probably good to have light brown in the shine box as well. Also, I only use colour when needed - not for every shine. Neutral gets used up faster than anything else for me.
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Sunny day in West London.

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May I ask which color of Saphir cream/wax for Dark Oak color? I'm considering about light and medium brown.

I remember using light brown, med brown, and black. I tend to match the color of the part of the shoes and put some in between tones to give it a bit of depth. 

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Today. Plymouths from Skoak.

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I have a question: is a rebadged EG an EG for the purposes of this thread?
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I have a question: is a rebadged EG an EG for the purposes of this thread?

You mean like a Ralph Lauren?? If so....Yes, of course.

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You mean like a Ralph Lauren?? If so....Yes, of course.

I assume the same goes for Foster?
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