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http://leathersoulhawaii.com/new-arrivals/

really like these
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Originally Posted by Frank the sheep View Post


Two of the same model is enough. There are so many other makers with nice models. I'm eyeing a StC chukka smile.gif

That's actually one thing that might stop me from getting another one.

 

I've actually considered getting a different StC boot model instead, I have one already.

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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

http://leathersoulhawaii.com/new-arrivals/

really like these

Those are nice, however I still like the dark oak\walnut better myself.

 

It's just a tad lighter.

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What is the EG 82 last conversion size to US size? From what I've seen on most online shoe stores, they said that EG's UK sizes are half a size smaller than US. But on some places here, I've seen people say that it runs small.

My shoe size in US is size 7.5D. Should I go with a 7 UK or 7.5UK?
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Originally Posted by GamaH View Post

What is the EG 82 last conversion size to US size?

My shoe size in US is size 7.5D. Which size should I get?

In most cases you will find that EG would be 1/2 UK size down from the US size. 

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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Those are nice, however I still like the dark oak\walnut better myself.

It's just a tad lighter.

agreed I just ordered that same make up. These caught my eye but quite often I am shackled by my conservative nature.
post #4342 of 18390
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

In most cases you will find that EG would be 1/2 UK size down from the US size. 

So a UK 7 should be just fine?
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Originally Posted by GamaH View Post

What is the EG 82 last conversion size to US size? From what I've seen on most online shoe stores, they said that EG's UK sizes are half a size smaller than US. But on some places here, I've seen people say that it runs small.

My shoe size in US is size 7.5D. Should I go with a 7 UK or 7.5UK?

Probably look for a size "7/7 1/2 E82"

The "7" is the UK size; "7 1/2" US, "E" width (some argue that "E" = US D whereas others will say "E" = US E, so this is very subjective; my experience is the former), and "82" is the last.

Hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

Probably look for a size "7/7 1/2 E82"

The "7" is the UK size; "7 1/2" US, "E" width (some argue that "E" = US D whereas others will say "E" = US E, so this is very subjective; my experience is the former), and "82" is the last.

Hope this helps.

Well, hopefully E = US D because I have a slim foot -- on standard widths, I always tighten my Oxfords and Derbies as much as they can be tightened.
post #4345 of 18390
I picked these up from Malford:


10) Edward Green "Silverstone" SOLD
Size: UK 8 / US 8.5
Last: 888
Fitting: UK E (Standard)
Color: Black
B grade?: Yes
Fault: Unable to locate





They are great, but a bit wide for me. I think that I need 8/8.5D

I'd be happy to trade for a pair in my size or ship to you at my cost (i.e., what I paid malford + what it costs to ship to you).
post #4346 of 18390
Those look exactly like GG Arrans
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

http://leathersoulhawaii.com/new-arrivals/

really like these

+1

This is, IMO, the only Galway make-up that gives his Dark Oak brother a run for his money. And I dare say this make-up beats out said brother, if only by a few inches. Bronze Antique is a wonderfully rich, very, very dark brown.
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Those have a black shaft? Thats interesting..
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post


+1

This is, IMO, the only Galway make-up that gives his Dark Oak brother a run for his money. And I dare say this make-up beats out said brother, if only by a few inches. Bronze Antique is a wonderfully rich, very, very dark brown.

 

It's a lovely boot, but the non-64 lasted Galways can hardly be described as a 'country boot' as per both LSH and Leffot...they're closer to dress shoes than a tramping boot, IMHO.

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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

 

It's a lovely boot, but the non-64 lasted Galways can hardly be described as a 'country boot' as per both LSH and Leffot...they're closer to dress shoes than a tramping boot, IMHO.

I certainly consider it a dress boot, but then again that's one of the reasons why I like it.

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