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post #4876 of 13222
So what does that leave E and F? UK E is definitely medium for EG.
post #4877 of 13222
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Not this again. I'd do a search through this thread. The width topic has been done to death. According to EG, a "D" is not narrow, "C" is narrow.

Perhaps only terminology puts us in apparent disagreement.

"Narrow" is relative.

E is EG's standard/medium width. D is more narrow than E. C is more narrow than D. I don't think we have disagreement here.

I have D widths and E widths in various lasts depending on style of shoe/boot - bal v. Blucher, laced v. Loafer, etc.

In my experience, EG's E width is easily its closest to a US D width.

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post #4878 of 13222
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Looking good, great looking Galways.

 

 

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Win, Junior!

 

Thx gents!

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Some Edward Green eye candy for your weekend gentlemen.  Unipair

 

If you can't find a brown shoe that makes you happy in this group, you're just being difficult.

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If you can't find a brown shoe that makes you happy in this group, you're just being difficult.

Haha, word smile.gif Great line up and a great photo.
post #4881 of 13222
Dark Oak Antique Asquiths, anyone?
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Dark Oak Antique Asquiths, anyone?

 

Are you selling? 

:lurk:

post #4883 of 13222
Indeed, sir. BNIB.
post #4884 of 13222
Would help if you posted the size...
post #4885 of 13222
Apologies, gents.
11.5/12
Dark Oak Antique
Box
Bags
Polishing Mat
EG leaflet
Oh and did I mention Brand New.

Not my pictures, poached from the seller. Haven't taken them out of the box since they arrived.






post #4886 of 13222
How the hell did you manage to get the seller to ship those to you? Seller from NY right?

Why not just keep?
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How the hell did you manage to get the seller to ship those to you? Seller from NY right?

Why not just keep?
YOU of all people should know me better than that!!!!! Hahahahahahahahaha.
I'm quite...persistent!

I need boots! Or money....shog[1].gif
post #4888 of 13222

Hey Gents,

 

Hope you can help.

 

What would be my size in the 82 E if i'm a size 11.5D UK in the 888 and a 11E in the 202?

 

Thanks.

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Hey Gents,

Hope you can help.

What would be my size in the 82 E if i'm a size 11.5D UK in the 888 and a 11E in the 202?

Thanks.

I would go with 11.5 as I am a size 8 in the 202 last but have 8.5 in the 888 and 82. Hope this helps but it is always better to try the shoes on to decide exactly.
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I would go with 11.5 as I am a size 8 in the 202 last but have 8.5 in the 888 and 82. Hope this helps but it is always better to try the shoes on to decide exactly.

 

Are yours 888 in a D width?

 

I've already bought the Galways in 11.5E and I'm thinking they might be too big. 


Edited by styledamage - 9/29/13 at 8:54am
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