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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Great looking boots.

But I fully intend on wearing my Galways (Same kind) this fall with jeans. 

And why not?
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Some more pictures for you all. This time of my newly polished Dovers in dark oak on the 202 last and in D width. Size 9.5/10. Enjoy! smile.gif





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beautiful
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Thought I'd share pix of my collection:  Oundle and Walcot.

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Wonderful 1st post.
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Thank you, Sir! 

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Is that a chameleon Oundle? The NST is Carmina, right? What color?
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Thought I'd share pix of my collection:  Oundle and Walcot.

Those are all lovely shoes.
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Yes DpprDr,

Chameleon Oundle in 82, Edwardian Walcot in 888, and Saddle Shell NST Carmina in Simpson.   Love your EG collection too.

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Oundle was my first pair of EG too. Well done
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Thanks you, 

I was being adventurous in choosing such an unusual colour like Chameleon for my first pair of EG.  But I thought, hey, I don't see that colour from other makers, the deal was great, so pull the trigger.  The Walcot came second but you can't go wrong with Edwardian right?

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The EG Westminster on the 888 is one of my favorite shoes. I now have 4 pairs - each on a different type of leather. All very distinct from one another IMO. Two I acquired recently and one I just got back from EG after a recraft. I'll post about the recraft soon.

From left to right: Mahogany Country Calf, Navy Shell Cordovan, Coffee Suede, Cloud Calf (thanks to Malfordoflondon)


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The Mahogany and Cloud calf are standout bookends in that collection! Kudos.
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"DpprDr Quote"

 

I just can't forsee myself using the Galways walking around ankle deep salted snow... Once I get them they'll probably end up like dressy boots instead of foul weather boots.

 

 

 

Neither can I, but I can forsee that I will use them for dressy boots, and to wear with a nice pair of jeans.

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Got my first pair of EG from MoL this week, a pair of Galway on last 82 in Edwardian antique. It was quite funny that this was one of the shoes that he sold since i have a Galway MTO on the way from Edwards of Manchester january sale. In january i i wasn´t sure what make up to take and it was between Edwardian and Dark oak. I went for the Dark Oak and then this turns up...must have been faith biggrin.gif The dark oak is with double dainite for the colder part of the year and this one with single leather sole, feels like i got the perfect Galway set up now.

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^^^ Those are abolutely gorgeous, and my favorite EG model.
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Originally Posted by Frank the sheep View Post

Got my first pair of EG from MoL this week, a pair of Galway on last 82 in Edwardian antique. It was quite funny that this was one of the shoes that he sold since i have a Galway MTO on the way from Edwards of Manchester january sale. In january i i wasn´t sure what make up to take and it was between Edwardian and Dark oak. I went for the Dark Oak and then this turns up...must have been faith biggrin.gif The dark oak is with double dainite for the colder part of the year and this one with single leather sole, feels like i got the perfect Galway set up now.


it dun get better than dis
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