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Got these today, from a group MTO. I ordered three extra pairs in UK 8.5, 9 and 10. Price is 8700 SEK (6960 ex VAT = $1070). First come first serve. smile.gif

These are beautiful boots shame about the 82 last! Strange that I can still wear the Shannon boot on the 82 last with not too much discomfort but the Galway boots I have just feels too tight at the toe end after a days wear! I would love to have the same boot made on the 202 last.
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Hey JK, this is from a different Group MTO, the Group MTO you participated in was with mink suede in the shaft and is still a good few months from being finished.

I always forget lol. Thanks for the reminder!
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The newest member of the collection, Edward Green Malvern on last 202 in dark oak antique.

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I must say I am really impressed by the service provided by the staff at the Jermyn St. store. I was looking for a pair of Malvern in Stockholm last Friday but unfortunately they didn't have my size available. I was quoted a one to two month delivery time to order directly from EG. Disappointed I returned to my hotel where I sent an email to the Jermyn St. store and asked if the had my size in stock. I received a positive reply in less than 30 min and in less than an hour I had completed the purchase of a pair, including lasted shoe trees. They shipped first thing Monday morning and I got them delivered today, less than 24 hours after being shipped. That is what I call customer service!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Also, the shoes are great, but that goes without saying.....

Nice!!

Wearing the exact same shoe today - in bronze (which, as many of you know, is actually a darker brown than dark oak, which is somewhat puzzling).
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Got these today, from a group MTO. I ordered three extra pairs in UK 8.5, 9 and 10. Price is 8700 SEK (6960 ex VAT = $1070). First come first serve. smile.gif

Sorry, my error, that should of course read UK 8.5, UK 9 and UK 9.5.
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MTO for Mr. M. Shannon III icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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MTO for Mr. M. Shannon III icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Wow, very nice , thank you for sharing

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Agree - Very nice.

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MTO for Mr. M. Shannon III icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Great combination. Is that color Slate?
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Great combination. Is that color Slate?

Thanks! Picked them up yesterday, will upload some more pics soon!

No they are in Cloud Antique, slate is darker I think
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Thanks! Picked them up yesterday, will upload some more pics soon!

No they are in Cloud Antique, slate is darker I think
Thanks for clarifying. I also have Shannons with the shaft in Cloud but the hue is a bit different on mine (has a browner mix). Yours should age excellently! Wear in good health!
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Thanks! Picked them up yesterday, will upload some more pics soon!

No they are in Cloud Antique, slate is darker I think

beauuuuuuuuutiful :) congrats. Will you break them in this weekend?

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Thanks for clarifying. I also have Shannons with the shaft in Cloud but the hue is a bit different on mine (has a browner mix). Yours should age excellently! Wear in good health!

Thanks! In certain lights mine can appear a bit brownish as well but the shaft is a tad lighter in colour. I love the colour!
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beauuuuuuuuutiful smile.gif congrats. Will you break them in this weekend?

Thanks! Yes I will, but I will start by fixing he pull tab that I managed to break when I tried them on, I was a bit clumsy but I did the same with my GG Canterburys so I will fix them at the same time. Not the best construction..

After that I will certainly break them in! Finally some nice shoe-weather in Sthlm!
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Broke pull tab first time you tried the shoe...? What the....
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Broke pull tab first time you tried the shoe...? What the....

Too many curls... I don't have that problem shog[1].gif
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These shoes are so darn beautiful. I'm going to London in summer and/or autumn, so I will make sure to stop by the EG store and check out the Malvern model. I think they are too pricy for me, as they cost 1125$ at Leffots online store, but I will certainly consider them.

I'm guessing I'll be reasonable and get something by C&J instead of the Malverns, but the EGs are certainly nice.

You can order EG shoes online from several UK sellers (as well as Skoaktiebolaget in Sweden) and you will get a 20% VAT discount, which will make things considerably cheaper.
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