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Does anyone know if they tend to carry wider widths at the factory sales? I would expect that if they do, it would be limited, but would worry there may not be any wide selections at all.
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Shanklins
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^^^ Mmmmmmmmm Shanklins
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Nice
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Hi folks, I have 3 pairs of EF so far.

1. Dover, Dark Oak. 606 last

2. Plymouth, Brandy Pin Grain, 888 last

3. Chelsea, Dark Oak, 82 last

 

I am wondering what should i get next...

 

a. Inverness in Burgundy antique

b. Cadogan in Chestnut antique

c. Bealieu in Midnight antique

 

Any one has any views on what should be my next EG?

 

Btw, i know the love this thread has for Galways, but i live in a tropical country....

 

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by urban View Post
 

Hi folks, I have 3 pairs of EF so far.

1. Dover, Dark Oak. 606 last

2. Plymouth, Brandy Pin Grain, 888 last

3. Chelsea, Dark Oak, 82 last

 

I am wondering what should i get next...

 

a. Inverness in Burgundy antique

b. Cadogan in Chestnut antique

c. Bealieu in Midnight antique

 

Any one has any views on what should be my next EG?

 

Btw, i know the love this thread has for Galways, but i live in a tropical country....

 

Thanks.

a. Inverness in Burgundy antique

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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

Does anyone know if they tend to carry wider widths at the factory sales? I would expect that if they do, it would be limited, but would worry there may not be any wide selections at all.

I believe the shoes are all seconds so it's really a lottery what they have, if an F fitting gets rejected it will be in the FS.

maybe there are some discontinued retail shoes there to, can someone confirm? is it all seconds or a mix of firsts and seconds?
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The last one I went to was a mixture of firsts and seconds, mostly E width, but a greater proportion of narrow width shoes than I would have expected. There were some F width though - sadly for me in a pair of tassel loafers which meant they didn't fit me!

It was broadly what you would expect, if you wanted a popular style in a popular colour, it would most likely be a second, the firsts were mainly unusual widths or colours etc or older styles.
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Originally Posted by urban View Post

Hi folks, I have 3 pairs of EF so far.
1. Dover, Dark Oak. 606 last
2. Plymouth, Brandy Pin Grain, 888 last
3. Chelsea, Dark Oak, 82 last

I am wondering what should i get next...

a. Inverness in Burgundy antique
b. Cadogan in Chestnut antique
c. Bealieu in Midnight antique

Any one has any views on what should be my next EG?

Btw, i know the love this thread has for Galways, but i live in a tropical country....

Thanks.

Inverness
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A day always begins excellent when you receive these first thing in the morning!

 

 

 

In case anyone was concerned about not putting shoe trees in these beauties:

 

 

 

A big thank you to @Stefan88 for the excellent service! 

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Wow! 2 pairs at a go!

I regretted not getting the EG trees along with my Dovers purchase. The generic trees doesn't seem to push out the creases on the vamp that well.
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Nicely done PM24 nod[1].gif
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@parkman24 the dovers on the right of your pictures, are those the walnut CC on 606?
If so, I also got a pair from Stefan. Such a terrific makeup!!

The Rosewood looks amazing too.
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Yes @BenLeaman - they are both on the 606 last :) 

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The Rosewood looks amazing too.
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