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Nice combination of pants and Galway!
post #4727 of 12078
Simply beautiful, congratulations


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Maiden voyage of the Galways today:

1000
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

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.

 

I think I may have to part with my Marlows and buy me some Sandringhams... EG's 202 fits me so much better than any of Crockett & Jones's offerings, as neat as they are.

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tchoy: Anyone have experiences with the 184 last compare to other EG last such as 82, 606 or 888. Thinking of picking up a pair of the Piccadilly loafers from the EoM sale, not sure if I should size down half size.

Yes. I went down one width to prevent heel slippage - UK9E to 9D. Works well for me.

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Originally Posted by FlaneurNYC View Post

I have the Winchelsea on the 100 and the Belgravia on the 184

*EDIT - I checked my 184s from Stanley Korshak and they are on the D last. I picked up the Picadilly from Edwards in a 9.5/10 E width. I tried them on and they are definitely a bit too wide. Heel slippage without any break in.

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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Little late on this, but FWIW, I find I take the same size for all EG lasts - including the 184 - except for the 888. I go down half a size from my US size. You might want to be careful about width though, as slip ons obviously can't be adjusted like lace ups. If you're comfortable in your regular EG width, just go with that.

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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

184, 606 and 202 is supposed to fit about the same but slipper lasts are, as someone already pointed out, a bit special in fit although the 184 is supposed to have been compensated for this.

Thanks for all the advise regarding the 184 last. I've order a pair half size smaller than what I normally takes, hope for the best.
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Beaulieu in Dark Oak. 82 last, E-fitting. Single leather sole. Delivery in January.
Oof
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RogerP, the Carmina's are a great boot, but you outdid yourself with these. You have a sick boot game.
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Thanks gyasih, and all.  These were a very good fit - my thanks to the good people at Skoak who gave excellent fit advice for my first pair of EGs.  They were completely comfortable on the first day of wear - which isn't always the case, even for shoes that ultimately break in to a very comfortable fit.  888 last definitely works for me.

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Originally Posted by Quantimil View Post

I think I may have to part with my Marlows and buy me some Sandringhams... EG's 202 fits me so much better than any of Crockett & Jones's offerings, as neat as they are.

Is the 341 E width and 202 F width pretty close? Do you also have wide feet?
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Is the 341 E width and 202 F width pretty close? Do you also have wide feet?

 

I have the Marlow wingtip which is on the 325, so I can't compare those two. I have regular width feet. 202 in UK8E is the most perfect fit for my feet imaginable, I also have a pair of Galways in 8F that are somewhat loose but allow for thicker socks or a thermal insole in the winter.

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I have the Marlow wingtip which is on the 325, so I can't compare those two. I have regular width feet. 202 in UK8E is the most perfect fit for my feet imaginable, I also have a pair of Galways in 8F that are somewhat loose but allow for thicker socks or a thermal insole in the winter.
325's are wider than the 341's as I understand? I do have wider feet, I measure close to an E US.
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325's are wider than the 341's as I understand? 

 Definitely wider in the toe box, IMO.

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Edward Green Trunk Show October 4 -5

We're very pleased to welcome Edward Green for our fall trunk show at Skoaktiebolaget. Edward Green is legendary in the world of shoemaking. Decade after decade, Edward Green has provided men like Ernst Hemingway and the Duke of Windsor with high quality footwear. With an understanding for the tastes of the modern man and a reputable heritage, Edward Green is a very desirable choice of footwear. We’re very proud to be Sweden’s first and only reseller of Edward Green.

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^^^ Love the poster.  Please post some pics of the event.

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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

The wait is killing me for my Galways. Good Stuff Rodger.

I'm still waiting for my Galways I ordered in January, was told five months and haven't heard anything after I paid.

I'm getting annoyed of EoM since they don't reply to my emails about the MTO and haven't given the money back for the pair of GG i got but had to return because of crappy finish. That was over two months ago. Sending one last mail and then i going to contact PayPal to get my money back.
Edited by Frank the sheep - 9/14/13 at 2:44pm
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I'm still waiting for my Galways I ordered in January, was told five months and haven't heard anything after I paid.

I'm getting annoyed of EoM since they don't reply to my emails about the MTO and haven't given the money back for the pair of GG i git but had to return because of crappy finish. That was over two months ago. Sending one last mail and then i going to contact PayPal to get my money back.

That was exactly my experience with EoM as well. I canceled a MTO Oundle and Shannons a week ago but at least they refunded me ASAP. I was more frustrated by the lack of communication than anything else - it's 2013, don't give me excuses that you didn't get my email.

If you promise delivery in June, a courtesy email at the end of June or July would be nice. I shouldn't have to chase you when I have fully paid.
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