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Originally Posted by LS7 View Post

This deserves a considered reply - however it's late and I can't take further pictures at this time.

Quick answer: the Nevis has a squared apron by design - this is not a flaw. I measured the width at that point across both the Dover and the Nevis and, confirming my visual impression, the boot is wider.

I'll take some close-up photos to illustrate this...

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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

D is narrow.
C is quite narrow.

E is regular width
F is wide width (normal width on boots for use with thick socks)


LS7,

Can you comment on this post by ThinkDerm? I have a Galway on 82 last in fact the very same boot that you are selling in your classified. Galway on 82 last is marked E width. You have a Nevis on 606 last? Is it marked F or E width.

I am considering buying either Nevis or Galway on 64 last (probably both). I have been reluctant to pull the trigger so far. I wonder if Nevis or Galway 64 are indeed wide in which case I wonder if I should size down a half a size from my usual width.
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post


LS7,

Can you comment on this post by ThinkDerm? I have a Galway on 82 last in fact the very same boot that you are selling in your classified. Galway on 82 last is marked E width. You have a Nevis on 606 last? Is it marked F or E width.

I am considering buying either Nevis or Galway on 64 last (probably both). I have been reluctant to pull the trigger so far. I wonder if Nevis or Galway 64 are indeed wide in which case I wonder if I should size down a half a size from my usual width.

I tried a Galway on last 64 at the flagship store in London and I'm the same size as in my pair on last 82...UK8E.
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Autumn brings out the boots...

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I wouldn't say that the Galway on E 64 is especially wide, either. I actually think they look quite small on my feet.

 

Plus the 64 last Galway has an unlined leg (apart from the shearling models), which probably contributes to this.

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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Autumn brings out the boots...

 

Nice! Shannons in dark oak? MTO?

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EG's E width is perfect for me, while D is only marginally tighter and almost as good. F on the other hand is noticeably wider than E but fits well with a thick sock.

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Originally Posted by Quantimil View Post

EG's E width is perfect for me, while D is only marginally tighter and almost as good. F on the other hand is noticeably wider than E but fits well with a thick sock.
The F boots are meant to be worn with thick socks
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Originally Posted by hoodog View Post

Nice! Shannons in dark oak? MTO?

Thanks and yes to both questions.
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Lovely boots gusvs : )
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gusvs in with the grail!
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Gorgeous boots, gusvs.

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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Autumn brings out the boots...

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Lovely boots , enjoy.
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Autumn brings out the boots...

 

Very nice!!

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EG midnight blue monks from Leffot



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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Very nice!!

+1 man those boots are clean.
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