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Didn't mean to break the fourth wall

Ooops.

 

No worries my man! I was just nudging ole' Roger there. We were well accommodated.

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Does anybody know if the sale is only in-store?

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Does anybody know if the sale is only in-store?
As far as I'm aware, yes. Their sales don't tend to extend to their website.
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When I spoke to their Jermyn street shop last year at the Sale time, a guy working there advised me it would be no problem to post the shoes wherever needed. At that time they were accepting both CC and PP. 

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Does anyone know what's on sale in 7.5 UK? I might give them a call and try the old ordering over the phone trick if there's something interesting.

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I agree with @NewStart
. I would only buy from eBay at a significant discount. You're foregoing a lot for a small discount by buying on eBay vs a true vendor that stands behind their product if something were to go wrong.
I asked that particular seller to alert me if he is able to get specific models in my size. This particular one is Chelsea in antique burgundy which I believe is a MTO model. But I want to know whether they're classified as subs before deciding. I understand that EG marks their subs with a 'B'? But a production number starting with S323** I'm unsure. Btw, I msg EG and if anyone is interested, happy to post an update.
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I asked that particular seller to alert me if he is able to get specific models in my size. This particular one is Chelsea in antique burgundy which I believe is a MTO model. But I want to know whether they're classified as subs before deciding. I understand that EG marks their subs with a 'B'? But a production number starting with S323** I'm unsure. Btw, I msg EG and if anyone is interested, happy to post an update.


Did you have a look in this thread a few weeks/months back? I'm not entirely sure, but I believe someone mentioned that a production number starting with S does indicate that the shoes are seconds. 

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Recently purchased my first pair of EGs. Rosewood Country Calf Galways from Westley Richard. 64 last. Have really been enjoying these, as they're a nice alternative to the rest of my footwear collection which consists mostly of alden and viberg. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello all,

 

Looking for information regarding sizing. I recently bought a pair of EG Galways made for Ralph Lauren. They are marked 8.5/9 E202, but dont fit like my Dover of the same size and fit that were purchased earlier this year. Was the last changed for Ralph Lauren or is something up with the notation? Shouldn't two shoes made on the same last fit the same? It seems counter intuitive that fit would change with pattern.

 

Cheers!

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My first pairs of EG. With my high instep, fit is always an issue.. Let's see how these will work. Westminster in Burgundy and Hove in Coffee Suede. Both were on sale, probably should have bought a few pairs more at that price (they are 40%+ off) but as said above, the selection was rather limited for 8 and 81/2 and I was very short of time.. 

 

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Recently purchased my first pair of EGs. Rosewood Country Calf Galways from Westley Richard. 64 last. Have really been enjoying these, as they're a nice alternative to the rest of my footwear collection which consists mostly of alden and viberg. 






















Very nice. Mine are in f last and are always a joy to put on.
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My first pairs of EG. With my high instep, fit is always an issue.. Let's see how these will work. Westminster in Burgundy and Hove in Coffee Suede. Both were on sale, probably should have bought a few pairs more at that price (they are 40%+ off) but as said above, the selection was rather limited for 8 and 81/2 and I was very short of time.. 

They look very nice, congrats! I'm very eager to hear how the Westminsters will work out with your instep as I also have a high instep and at the moment am considering ordering a pair MTO smile.gif
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Took some nice pictures of a pair I'm selling. UK10.5 E82 ;)

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Took some nice pictures of a pair I'm selling. UK10.5 E82 wink.gif

So was this built on new resin last or old wooden last? biggrin.gif I still find it difficult to believe that change in the last material would change how shoe fit.
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So was this built on new resin last or old wooden last? biggrin.gif I still find it difficult to believe that change in the last material would change how shoe fit.

This story about resin lasts, while possible, sounds like the stuff of urban legends. I would like to hear EG or a reputable reseller chime in. Also, if true, what's the difference over time, less than 1/32" all around? Much more likely that plastic is simply cheaper...
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