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Me thrice! Great looking outfit as well. Is that an AE Manistee belt? If so, I have the same one and it's held up really well over the years!

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606 best suits me too, those look great @Burzan nod[1].gif

 

 

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Me thrice! Great looking outfit as well. Is that an AE Manistee belt? If so, I have the same one and it's held up really well over the years!

 

Thanks Gents! Good eye, it is indeed the AE Manistee in walnut. Has been a fantastic belt for me over the years too and is getting a renewed love in the rotation being a damn near perfect match for these Gold Utah Dovers.

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Hazel Newmarket's today. Gradually attempting to darken them with each polishing.
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I usually am not a fan of chelsea boots but those are magnificent. Especially with denim
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Had an opportunity to pick-up the EG St. James boot in nightshade and black suede on the 82 last..... certainly a different look! nod[1].gif









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That's a great combination. I have the Claverton on the 82 last in nightshade with black suede as well
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@MrVenneri Newmarkets are great for travel!

I enjoy your airport and hotel pics, BTW. Looks like 1st class bulkhead in that pic. Well done.
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Had an opportunity to pick-up the EG St. James boot in nightshade and black suede on the 82 last..... certainly a different look! nod[1].gif









Very nice brother you beat me to it, they are on my list also enjoy them in good health 👍👍
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I love the EG Grant...I have it in both brown and black from RL

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Hello all-

This is my first venture into this thread as I'm usually in the Alden, Trickers and C&J threads. I've read through a ton of the sizing info but looking for some guidance.

I'm looking at the rosewood Galway on Westley Richards. It is on the F64 last which I believe is a F width correct? I am also trying to figure out my size.

I currently wear
8.5D or 8E Alden Barrie
8uk Trickers 4497
8uk C&J 325

Would a 8 on the F64 work for me? Thanks for any input!
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F width could be too wide for you on some lasts. You are probably somewhere between an E and F in Edward Green, depending on the particular last.

The 64 is a generous last in terms of width, but some say it is a short last in length. Do you plan to wear thick socks or wool socks with these boots? If so, F width fitting may work. Can you try on a shoe on the 202 in E somewhere for sizing reference. You may wish to email Edward Green for sizing recommendations.
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I usually am not a fan of chelsea boots but those are magnificent. Especially with denim

I completely understand that sentiment man, I felt the same way for a long time. They look a lot like cowboy boots to most people. But I must admit, they are easily one of my go-to boots for denim and casual wear...especially in the rain with those dainite soles.

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@MrVenneri Newmarkets are great for travel!

I enjoy your airport and hotel pics, BTW. Looks like 1st class bulkhead in that pic. Well done.

Thanks man! I travel at least 3 days a week for work. A perk of my "loyalty" is a near guaranteed first class every flight. However recently I've been spending more time in hotels, planes, and offices that I have my own home. I just had the chance to polish those Newmarket's but you wouldn't be able to tell from my awful pictures, haha.
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I completely understand that sentiment man, I felt the same way for a long time. They look a lot like cowboy boots to most people. But I must admit, they are easily one of my go-to boots for denim and casual wear...especially in the rain with those dainite soles.
Thanks man! I travel at least 3 days a week for work. A perk of my "loyalty" is a near guaranteed first class every flight. However recently I've been spending more time in hotels, planes, and offices that I have my own home. I just had the chance to polish those Newmarket's but you wouldn't be able to tell from my awful pictures, haha.

what do you do for work?
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International narcotics distribution.
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International narcotics distribution.

Hollow heels in those EG MTO mwink[1].gif
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