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Originally Posted by parkman24 View Post

Gentlemen,

Before I go to bed, I would love to receive your input when you read this. How do you store your shoes? Do you keep them in shoe bags + box or do you keep them open on a shoe rack of some sort? I've been debating which one would be better for the longevity and health of the shoe...

Another factor that gets me a bit concerned about leaving the shoes out in the air on the shoe racks is the heat in my house... our house is always at at least 78 degrees fahrenheit (~26 degrees celsius). Perhaps leaving the shoes out exposed in that temperature may be bad for the shoes?

I'd love your input at your earliest convenience, gentlemen! Much appreciated in advance!
For what it's worth I have bought lots of shoes boxes from container store. I have all my shoes & boot boxes labeled & they are see through. I put my shoes & boot in shoe tree then inside shoe bag then inside container. That is how I store them & for some reason if they are not being used I give them conditioner once or twice a year like bick 4 hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by Nikola View Post

Speaking of Suede shoes and a dust. I bought myself a Saphir suede brush long time ago, but I found after couple of brushing that the suede is now a bit fluffy and not even like when they were new? Did this rough brush messed the suede? Should I be using the rubber brush instead?


This is the one I have:

I use hanger project suede brush that you can buy & so far no problem it's cost about 35$ & has been wonderful.
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

I use hanger project suede brush that you can buy & so far no problem it's cost about 35$ & has been wonderful.

I bought a $5 nylon bristle suede brush and eraser from CVS and it also has been wonderful wink.gif

I use a horsehair dauber brush to brush suede before and after wear. I only use the nylon bristled brush when there's a scuff or stain or something like that.
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Originally Posted by Tallcane View Post

Exactly what I do. I want to see them in the morning for inspiration.

I get more excited than I should admit when I hit the closet in the morning and look at my shoes/boots for sartorial inspiration for the day.
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Newmarket 888
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luc nod[1].gif
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luc13 congrats smile.gif
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Nice grab Luc...Most certainly one of my all time favorite "go to" boots... and one of the most complimented pairs of shoes/boots in my collection...as my brother's father in-law put it..."those things look like you pay by the inch"...lol...Enjoy

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Gents thanks so much.

I think over month pulling the trigger.

But hell this are Killer-Boots and again it is Roger guilty😂
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luc those are insane.
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Luc-Very nice-are those Dark Oak or something else?
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Dark Oak for sure
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

I would love to recommend anyone who wants to deal directly with the EG shop in London to buy from them without any hesitation, their customer service is excellent.

I am really pleased with the way they handled a recent issue I had, great service makes customers feel that they care about developing a long-term relationship which means more than just making a sale. Keep up the good work Robert and thank you to your full team.


+1.  I have been ordering shoes (MTO and RTW) from Robert for 4 years approximately and his service is definitely above par:  I too feel that he is not in for making the sale but that he genuinely cares about his customers.  He is always very patient answering questions and gives good advice.   There was this time when he had not been able to inspect a pair of MTO shoes I had ordered from him before they were sent to me,  and there had been a mistake on the color.  I sent him an email to report the issue.  He took my word for it, did not ask a single question and sent the carrier at my door the next day to take the shoes back.  And a few months later, I received the shoes in the right color.


Edited by cypi2 - 2/28/16 at 4:19pm
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Originally Posted by hoodog View Post


I have no personal experience with single MTOs to be honest. But it sure does sound like they will do it if you read this page:

http://www.upper-shoes.com/fr/content/60-teinture-et-personnalisation


If nothing changed upper-shoes actually does single MTO.  At least, their Paris store used to do single MTO.  Also note that, Xavier, upper-shoes Paris store's manager used to work for EG.  He knows the house well and he might be a good person to talk to for an EG MTO.


Edited by cypi2 - 2/28/16 at 10:44pm
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Zapasman congrats on Dover & it looks. Like we are also same size on Dover.

Thanks man, what size do you wear on GG MH71.  9.F?.  I might get some Thorpes in 2017. :)

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