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Originally Posted by philweezer View Post

I told Mark about it, he seemed pretty shocked.

I ordered a discounted EG Westminster from EoM last Spring, even though they didn't have it in stock, and received it several months later. This time, they are selling only models currently in stock.

Their service truly is exceptional. I ordered a pair of the C&J Tetburys on Sunday, they shipped on Monday, and DHL attempted delivery yesterday (Wednesday).
post #4712 of 10429
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.
post #4713 of 10429
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 #4717 of 10429
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Originally Posted by add911_11 View Post

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 #4718 of 10429

Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

 

1000

post #4719 of 10429

Very nice! Congrats.

post #4720 of 10429

^^ 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 #4722 of 10429
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

1000

these are crazy nice
post #4723 of 10429
The wait is killing me for my Galways. Good Stuff Rodger.
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

 

1000

 

Beautiful boots.

 

I also became wanting about these boots.

post #4725 of 10429

Thanks very much for the comments, gents.

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