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Awesome shooz! Love me some Dovers.
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Link?


I was in London yesterday, and now in Dubai. and cant find the link. It had something like `style` or something else before the usual edwardgreen address....wonder what that was all about? Could it be country specific? Let me check my history...does to seem to go that far back...

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Please note, for this week only the factory shop has become a pop-up and moved to London.

London trading hours:
Thursday – Saturday 11.00a.m. – 7.00p.m.
Sunday 11.00a.m. – 4.00p.m

Location:
The Old Truman Brewery,
91 Brick Lane,
London
E1 6QL

if you guys just read a few posts back the info is here. see you at 11am tomorrow
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I was in London yesterday, and now in Dubai. and cant find the link. It had something like `style` or something else before the usual edwardgreen address....wonder what that was all about? Could it be country specific? Let me check my history...does to seem to go that far back...

scam website.
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I believe you went to EGs staging site which is a test site. Hence you see the dover at £200. Payment are non functional and you won't be able to buy anything from the site. 

 

http://staging.edwardgreen.co.uk/shop/

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Advice requested, guys.

I fit nicely in UK9 in 606/Dover
UK 9 202/Berkeley
UK9.5 82/Plymouth 

Should I go with UK9 for the 888/Inverness?

Thanks for your advice.

888 is the chisel toe version of the 82, just as the 606 is the chisel toe version of the 202. I would go with 9.5.
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888 is the chisel toe version of the 82, just as the 606 is the chisel toe version of the 202. I would go with 9.5.

Interesting I did not know that.  A received a new pair of EG Dover on the 606 E last from the factory which fits me almost perfect.  Then I went to a retailer shop to test my fit on the 202 E last.  The derby on the 202 E last was tight for my feet, specially in the toe area. Then I  tested another 202 shoe on the F widht and the fit was good (did not like the models so I did not buy any).  Both shoes seemed to be in stock for a long time in the shop.  Due to your comment and the previuos ones, I wonder now if both 202 last shoes were produce before EG changed all their last to plastic and have to order a 202 E or F widht from the factory.  

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I went from a 9.5 E to the new 9F resin last and it's now best fitting shoe I got. One would really need to try on the shoe first and experiment the fit with these new plastic lasts as there's definitely a noticeable difference. 

FWIW I wear a UK 9  in John Lobb, Crockett Jones and Church's. 

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Really good selection at the sample sale in most sizes
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Really good selection at the sample sale in most sizes

Have to disgress. Thought the selection was poor (well was in my size 9.5) and the prices were expensive, they appeared to have whacked them right up, some were not that different to retail.
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lucky you that have seen what was available in your size....

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Have to disgress. Thought the selection was poor (well was in my size 9.5) and the prices were expensive, they appeared to have whacked them right up, some were not that different to retail.

 

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lucky you that have seen what was available in your size....

 

I'm hoping to get there in the next hour or two. What were the starting prices for a standard oxford / derby??

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If only they have their factory sales made available online too..
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I guess YMMV depending on size.

395 for older stock, a section with special pricing, and 595 for newer stock
Edited by cchen - 7/14/16 at 6:53am
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It seems like more old stock than past factory sales, which is awesome, if they have your size. This partly explains the pricing change. Their sale wares get more expensive every year, somewhat like the Drake's sample sale items. Oh well. I'm sure a lot of it will filter to eBay and other secondary markets.
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