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I actually was looking for a few different colors. The most pressing would be a light tan to match my Cadogans.

 

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I was just going to contact Leffot and Edward Green directly, but if anyone has a good price on belts, I'd be interested.

 

 

I have a conditional corporate discount with a UK retailer. Conditional because I must spend a certain minimum, but the retailer carries the full range of EG belts, including the gator belts recently introduced to the EG range.

 

Matching color exactly after the shoes have been delivered is not always a 100% match, but usually close enough. It is always best to order both shoes and belt simultaneously to achieve the perfect match.

 

PM me if you feel I can be of any help.

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Sky Valet has a fairly substantial collection...
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The Galways have Landed!..
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Mr. Monty, I'm diggin those jodhpurs.

82 last question, any of you able to size down an extra 1/2 size and still be comfortable? For example, I take a uk11.5/12 in eg but fit into a pair of size 11uk Galways and after a day of wear, avoided any and all discomfort
post #470 of 10542
Earthdragon, you are tempting me, you EG temptress you
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First pair of EG. Got an 8.5 uk, which I was advised to get, considering I normally wear a 9 us. However, they are a bit shorter than 9US in other brands, although I can still easily wear them. They're actually a little more generous in terms of width than my Carminas, and thus, very comfortable.

 

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Alpha, thats a sick model. who stocks it?
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First pair of EG. Got an 8.5 uk, which I was advised to get, considering I normally wear a 9 us. However, they are a bit shorter than 9US in other brands, although I can still easily wear them. They're actually a little more generous in terms of width than my Carminas, and thus, very comfortable.

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These look like Episode 1 of The EG vs GG War...

I notice a distinct comeback of EG on SF lately or am I delusional?

Is it an early sign of a fightback after the GG Operation Barbarossa?
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post #475 of 10542
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Originally Posted by Alphataru View Post

First pair of EG. Got an 8.5 uk, which I was advised to get, considering I normally wear a 9 us. However, they are a bit shorter than 9US in other brands, although I can still easily wear them. They're actually a little more generous in terms of width than my Carminas, and thus, very comfortable.

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I so very much need these drool.gif
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These look like Episode 1 of The EG vs GG War...
I notice a distinct comeback of EG on SF lately or am I delusional?
Is it an early sign of a fightback after the GG Operation Barbarossa?
For those in the know, EG never left.
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First pair of EG. Got an 8.5 uk, which I was advised to get, considering I normally wear a 9 us. However, they are a bit shorter than 9US in other brands, although I can still easily wear them. They're actually a little more generous in terms of width than my Carminas, and thus, very comfortable.

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Argh, your description of the sizing comforts me - pardon me for asking but which last are those bad boys on? I'm just itching to get home to my Dovers - they're waiting happy.gif
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For those in the know, EG never left.

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I have probably 1/4 of my shoes with partial rubber soles or sole guards. Typically wear those on rainy days. For me, 'blasphemy' is too strong but I do prefer leather soles.
Best advice for the soles not to wear out too quickly is avoiding getting them soaked. Walking a block where the pavement is one thing but soles that get soaked can be a problem. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hence my earlier question about re-soling smile.gif

why is that?
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why is that?

My understanding is that although leather soles are hardier, their durability decreases when they are saturated (with water or whatever fluid). If soles are soaked from the rain and continually walked on while in that state, the leather wears out faster.
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