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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

So I wore them on the tile in my house ready to leave and had to switch my shoes.

Grrrrr

Needless to say if anyone wants to buy a pair of Westminsters on the 888 last in dark oak pm me.

your are just paranoid. Just use an insert on the offending foot to take up the volume.
post #2852 of 14879
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

your are just paranoid. Just use an insert on the offending foot to take up the volume.
I think JK meant that the shoes were too tight, no?
post #2853 of 14879
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

your are just paranoid. Just use an insert on the offending foot to take up the volume.

I know I am but I would hate to do that and wear them and they not work.

Dr they fit well through the foot but just slip out when I walk.

And I'm not trying to rip anyone off. I bought em when Edwards of Manchester had their sale and paid $700 so I just want that back.
post #2854 of 14879

Shearling Galways out to play again:

 

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Great, love the laces!

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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

EG's are now available online from J Lawrence Khaki's of Carmel. They have a brand new e-commerce site to check out.

http://khakisofcarmel.com/shop/shoes.html


They have repriced their EG's and they include shoe trees in the total price.
post #2857 of 14879
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

your are just paranoid. Just use an insert on the offending foot to take up the volume.

You are right bro. My bontoni single monks have a little room also

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I guess hearing that plus wearing these confirmed it for me
post #2858 of 14879
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post


They have repriced their EG's and they include shoe trees in the total price.

I wish they would mention which last the shoes are on, in the description on the product write-up.

post #2859 of 14879
Getting my burgundy Inverness soon in addition to a couple of shoe trees; C&J Weymouth are keeping them company on the flight.
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nvm
Edited by Crat - 3/23/13 at 10:27am
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Holy shiet that's a lot of Lattanzis......
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Crat, the meleze rings a bell but I can't think of where from.

 

Can you tell I'm bored:

 

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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

Crat, the meleze rings a bell but I can't think of where from.

 

Can you tell I'm bored:

 

Now that is a galway collection!!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

Shearling Galways out to play again:



i really appericate people use nice boots for the snowy weather. But does heavy snow damages the leather sole? I am always wary to get any good shoe soaking in water on the street.

Especially with salt and mud on the floor that is hard to prevent in snowy pavement.
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Originally Posted by add911_11 View Post

Especially with salt and mud on the floor that is hard to prevent in snowy pavement.
I think that's the big thing. I am more hesitant to wear smart shoes in the winter here in NYC because of the salt. However, if I was walking around some beautiful powder in Colorado falls on my shoes, I wouldn't mind too much.

If I was wearing shell on the other hand...
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