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Have yet to see snuff suede un person however the photos I received showed a red hue much more than simply a darker coffee.
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@justinkapur thanks! Nighshade and burnt pine are probably quickly becoming my favorite colors ftom EG. Still like DOAK but burnt pine is nice shade of brown.
Nightshade is more unique and change of pace from all thr burgundies. Already have one nightshade ordered from Steve.

@bespoken pai will take a look at the swatches today. On the IG shot provided in the last page there is brown suede w reddish hues. Maybe thats it but not sure.
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Decided to keep them...They definitely grew on me. smile.gif
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Maiden voyage of the inverness nightshade on 202. Hard to capture the color. more of a purple-red and nice change of pace from burgundy

Nice to see inverness on 202. Really beautiful :)

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That would be really appreciated, although obviously don't go out of your way.

I assume a dark brown suede isn't going to be that interesting since we already have mocha and mink. A mid-brown suede that's slightly darker than coffee though would be really great.

 

 

 

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Have yet to see snuff suede un person however the photos I received showed a red hue much more than simply a darker coffee.

 

 

So just got back from the EG trunk show and took a look at the suedes among others.

Looking at the new snuff suede it is notch darker than coffee and IMO better option than coffee as it feels that medium brown spot better. See pics below. AS bespoken mentioned there is supposed to be some red hue, and the EG guy said it has some slight red hue, but I could not really see. Definitely not the red hue that I typically think of with polo suede. In my mind this is a medium brown with maybe some reddish hues to it that are not visible to my eyes. Now I am confusing myself....its a medium brown with some complexity to it, how about that?

Much more excited about the snuff Galways from Steve that are due this fall after seeing snuff in person. I personally like it better than coffee, but everyone has their opinion.

 

SNUFF SUEDE CARDIFF

 

 

 

Left to right. Espresso suede, mink suede, snuff suede

 

 

 

From Bottom to Top. Nutmeg, Tobacco, Snuff, Mink, Mocha, Espresso

 

 

 

Another pic: This one came out a little ligther on the picture than IRL.

The previous pic is a probably a little better representation of the color IRL

 

From Bottom to Top. Nutmeg, Tobacco, Snuff, Mink, Mocha, Espresso

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Nice to see inverness on 202. Really beautiful :)

thanks it came out as good as I possibly could had hoped for.

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Hate wearing jeans with my sportcoats but if I'm gonna do it then my Shanklins seem like a pretty good choice of footwear
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Hate wearing jeans with my sportcoats but if I'm gonna do it then my Shanklins seem like a pretty good choice of footwear


Nice Shanklins.

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I need to wear my Shanklins... I think I've only taken them out twice since I purchased them.

Call me non-trad but I'd totally be down with dark jeans. One minor thing I miss about my old job was "casual" Friday.
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I need to wear my Shanklins... I think I've only taken them out twice since I purchased them.

Call me non-trad but I'd totally be down with dark jeans. One minor thing I miss about my old job was "casual" Friday.

I don't mind jeans but I think that with a sportcoat there needs to be trousers. I how're also reserve the sport coat I'm wearing today with jeans due to how casual it is
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Nice look @justinkapur!  Obviously love the Shanklins, but I think the outfit works well together for a refined casual look.  I am actually trying to incorporate sportcoats more into my casual outfits & this look is pretty much what I'd be going for.

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Shanklins today as well. I think they are still my favorite EG haha

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Shanklins today as well. I think they are still my favorite EG haha
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Why is that funny????
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Why is that funny????

LOL bro! Because I never expected these amazing unlined super versatile buttery suede 3 eyelet chukka on incredible last beat DOAK Galways on 82 last (second favourite boots of all times).
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LOL bro! Because I never expected these amazing unlined super versatile buttery suede 3 eyelet chukka on incredible last beat DOAK Galways on 82 last (second favourite boots of all times).
Oh now I get the joke. You think they are better than the Doak Galway on 82. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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