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Like Laufer said probably best to stick with what you know. But damn pricing is good especially at the international price.

From personal experience 82F is definitely roomier than GG06E. If you go half size up it might work. I find the 202E is almost as roomy as GG06 F. Pretty sure I've posted pictures comparing the lasts on split toes here but on my phone right now

Thanks a lot for your input. Given I take 9.5E on 202 (that definitely shouldn't be any snugger) and 9.5F on the 82 (that fit me just fine), the guys at Skoak recommended me to take 10E on the GG06, which sadly isn't available at the killer price. However, I have gotten to a point in my shoe adventures where I've realized I should never compromise on comfort so in the end I decided not to take the plunge on the 9.5E though the price is insane. Moreover, I realized that I would probably prefer the DG70 for an oxford, so better pay full price for a perfect fit – or just stick to EG's chelsea smile.gif

However, I'm still very eager to try a pair of GGs, but since I have wide feet I have never really dared. But your answer got me one step closer smile.gif
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Plymouth for today:

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Wow, those Plymouth's are impressive! While this is probably minutia to most...I love the curvature of the broguing on the upper vamp. I don't find many I like and that's a winner.

 

*adds Plymouth to the list*

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Plymouth for today:

 

Beautiful shoes and great pic!

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Love those, @cezinho.

Newmarkets today.

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Great shot of those smashing shoes @cezinho nod[1].gif
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Wow, those Plymouth's are impressive! While this is probably minutia to most...I love the curvature of the broguing on the upper vamp. I don't find many I like and that's a winner.

*adds Plymouth to the list*

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Beautiful shoes and great pic!

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Great shot of those smashing shoes @cezinho nod[1].gif

Yes to all of the above. Need a pair of Plymouths in my life.
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today

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Westminsters as well for me. On their maiden voyage


Another one in the sun 😎

Edited by JR Magat - 8/4/16 at 5:36am
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Very nice JRM nod[1].gif
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Congrats JR Magat !!
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Thanks gents!  I was close to another Dover in mahogany or rosewood cc for this MTO, but I'm glad I went with the Westminsters to add more variety to the shoe rack.  My first pair of double monks and I'm quite happy with them :)

 

On a sidenote, these are E888 8UK E-width, and fit looser than my Inverness' pair in the same last/size (an older make) which I assume is a result from the new resin lasts.  Luckily they work out fine with tongue pads in.

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PSA, for those that mentioned wanting the Plymouth, there is a pair on eBay in brandy grain pin size 8E UK (82 last) - not my listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Edward-Green-Plymouth-Wingtip-Oxford-Brandy-Grain-Pin-82-Last-E-width-8-8-5-/182208716396

 

My size, so i'd rather see someone here buy them so I'm not tempted :)

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Originally Posted by JR Magat View Post
 

PSA, for those that mentioned wanting the Plymouth, there is a pair on eBay in brandy grain pin size 8E UK (82 last) - not my listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Edward-Green-Plymouth-Wingtip-Oxford-Brandy-Grain-Pin-82-Last-E-width-8-8-5-/182208716396

 

My size, so i'd rather see someone here buy them so I'm not tempted :)


very nice, just to mention that my version was with Dandy shoe care patina.

 

thanks

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I saw these button shoes coming up for spring, and just worked with a client to order a pair in Dark Oak Antique and Mocha Suede.  I thought you'd all appreciate something I find both innovative and perfectly balanced.  Side Goring for easy slip on, so you don't have to use the functional buttonholes every morning.  

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