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picked up a pair of Galway boots in edwardian antique on the 82 last. big problem with these is now i kinda think all of my other shoes are crap.
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Welcome to the " slippery slope" Konadog...
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Hey guys I was looking for the rlpl eg opera pumps. Someone on here said they found it recently at an outlet but I have no idea where. Nothing on eBay. Any advice?
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i am selling one in here on style forum. Unworn condition.
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Hi guys, a few months back a fellow SF member suggested I should post what models we are stocking so SF members would have a chance to reserve a pair or add a pair to our stock order. This way people with small/large sizes can secure a pair. We can also order single pairs in different widths as long as the other specs are the same as our stock models. So here is a list of our incoming models.

Beaulieu in Dark Oak. 82 last, E-fitting. Single leather sole. Delivery in January.
Sandringham in Chestnut. 202 last. E-fitting. Double leather sole. Delivery in January.
Dover in Dark Oak. 606 last. E-fitting. Double leather sole. Delivery in March.

PM me for mor details or e-mail sales@skoab.se.

Delivery times may be subject to change.
post #4716 of 14345
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i am selling one in here on style forum. Unworn condition.

I sent you a PM - please get back to me. You seem to have found the chupacabra.
post #4717 of 14345

Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

 

1000

post #4718 of 14345

Very nice! Congrats.

post #4719 of 14345

^^ beautiful.

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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I only have one pair of shoes in the 888. It fits a bit narrow in the toes, whereas all my other EG shoes fit the same in size. I haven't tried a different size in the 888, but if I were to buy one, I'd probably play around with sizing to see if I can get a more comfortable fit.

FWIW, I have the 202, 606, 82, 888, 184, and 64.

+1 on this. 888 is slightly narrower in the tow box - I can definitely feel the difference after 8-10 hours in them. But to size up would make the shoe too big. Perhaps a wider width might help, but havent tried it myself on the 888. But I have gone with a D, instead of E, width on the 202 and it is a much better fit for me. Same with the 82.

But generally have the 888 in the same size as all others - UK 9.5E.

I would stick with my regular size on the 184.
post #4721 of 14345
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Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

1000

these are crazy nice
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The wait is killing me for my Galways. Good Stuff Rodger.
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Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

 

1000

 

Beautiful boots.

 

I also became wanting about these boots.

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Thanks very much for the comments, gents.

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Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

 

1000

 

Looking mighty spiffy Roger.

 

 

Good show, good show.:slayer:

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