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Originally Posted by supplychainman View Post

Does the London store ever have any sale items that arent online? I will be their the last 4 days of May and will be stopping by the store. 

No sale stock when I was in the shop yesterday.

If you visit I hope you have a better experience than me, I have never been ignored in a shoe store before. The manager or whoever he was was so far up his own backside it was insulting. Any questions were answered with single words, or ignored.
I mentioned I already own EG shoes but it made no difference, perhaps he thought I wasnt posh enough for him to lower himself to talk to a potential customer. I like EG shoes, was interested in some boots, but will only ever buy elsewhere, or direct at the Factory, which I've done before. If that is EG's only UK oitlet it's not a great advert.

I had exactly the opposite experience in Crockett & Jones and Cheaney stores, the sales guy in C&J recognising the Cheaney boots I was wearing, and both going out of their way to discuss what i was looking for.
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15% OFF with code: MOM2016 until 08/05/2016
It will prompt you to enter at checkout if you forget.

That store is a fat foot's paradise

Thanks man. Nothing I could really use in my size, except maybe a suede Lobb William, but I would be gambling with the sizing if that last, as I've only ever tried 7k.

Good to know this site exists and regularly stocks wide sizes!
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Lovely footwear gentlemen!

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The site's men's sales are now probably higher than women's with the Mom code.

Cool day...Galway

damn, those are sexy

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Chestnut Utah Galways today Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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Originally Posted by Shouldaville View Post

The site's men's sales are now probably higher than women's with the Mom code.

Cool day...Galway Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Yes! Both of you, YESSSSS!
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Borghini classic (google the online store) stocks almost all their shoes in F or EE and are cheaper than any store in the USA esp without the VAT and the great dollar to euro exchange. They do carry some regular width also.
I dont know if the price is as favorable if you are purchasing within the EU.
And currently they have 15% off mothers day promotion.
Also carry Lobb and Churchs among others. I have bought 2-3 pairs from them with good customer service and great email communication (i was worried about their communication but it was prompt and in English)


http://www.borghiniclassic.com/eshop/en/search?controller=search&orderby=position&orderway=desc&search_query=Edward+green&submit_search=

Wonder if the F-width would be very different from E? I am tempted but unfortunately I am in E...
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Wonder if the F-width would be very different from E? I am tempted but unfortunately I am in E...


Night & Day in Edward Green, IMO.

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Night & Day in Edward Green, IMO.

Thanks a lot, too bad, in that case I need to pass then...
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Does anyone know how F82 compares to E202? (looks and fit)

I find the E82 too tight, E888 just right, but haven't had the chance to try either F82 or E202.

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Does anyone know how F82 compares to E202? (looks and fit)
I find the E82 too tight, E888 just right, but haven't had the chance to try either F82 or E202.


The 202 is perfect for me

82E my feet and toes kill after a few hours.

F82, tried a pair of Galway boots the fit was OK but just did not like the shape of the boots, The 82E looks best on the E fitting but it is too tight for me at the toe end.

Having said that I have seen a few pairs of shoes on the 82F last and they seam to look OK but I have never tried one hence I just stick to the 202E or 72E last
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justinkapur deets on chambray looking jacket please. Guess would be ring jacket !!
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looking good jk biggrin.gif
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I know Santa Eulalia but never heard of that shop. Thanks stevent.

No problem, I had no idea just how many EGs they had until I got into store. They have some Veldt models on 202 which are quite hard to get from EG these days. I'll probably pick up the walnut version next time I'm in Barcelona


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Wonder if the F-width would be very different from E? I am tempted but unfortunately I am in E...
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Originally Posted by stanchri View Post

Does anyone know how F82 compares to E202? (looks and fit)
I find the E82 too tight, E888 just right, but haven't had the chance to try either F82 or E202.

F width is a pretty big jump, whole volume of shoe is much bigger.
Here is 202E on left and 82F on right in 9.5


A lot of Galway photos here have lacing fully closed. My foot is pretty fat so E doesn't work well on boots.
For reference my lacing on 82F Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

No problem, I had no idea just how many EGs they had until I got into store. They have some Veldt models on 202 which are quite hard to get from EG these days. I'll probably pick up the walnut version next time I'm in Barcelona





Wow! These are lovely shoes , I want a pair myself, can you please share a picture of the sole?
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