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post #5116 of 21374
I'm not in the market for some more EG until after Christmas, I have the Galway in oak which I love but I would like to add probably 5 more styles in the new year

I'm definitely after a mid brown suede chukka style boot and a monk in Bordeaux or oxblood leaving 3 more up for grabs, definitely could do with same black oxfords and some brown cap toes leaving 1 more space

What in your view would I be missing?
post #5117 of 21374
Inverness in burgundy which I might be selling soon if you are interested in lightly used shoes.
post #5118 of 21374
What size laufer? May or may not be interested depending on size / price, just bought a new car
post #5119 of 21374
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Originally Posted by steveabdn View Post

I'm not in the market for some more EG until after Christmas, I have the Galway in oak which I love but I would like to add probably 5 more styles in the new year

I'm definitely after a mid brown suede chukka style boot and a monk in Bordeaux or oxblood leaving 3 more up for grabs, definitely could do with same black oxfords and some brown cap toes leaving 1 more space

What in your view would I be missing?

I just noticed that you are in Scotland then you must buy Falkirk that's must have shoe.
post #5120 of 21374
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Originally Posted by steveabdn View Post

I'm not in the market for some more EG until after Christmas, I have the Galway in oak which I love but I would like to add probably 5 more styles in the new year

I'm definitely after a mid brown suede chukka style boot and a monk in Bordeaux or oxblood leaving 3 more up for grabs, definitely could do with same black oxfords and some brown cap toes leaving 1 more space

What in your view would I be missing?

A derby in country calf or cordovan. Check out the Sandringham or Ullswater.
post #5121 of 21374
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Originally Posted by Alan K C View Post

I was wondering if anyone is interested in some Shannon MTO?

What do you have in mind?
post #5122 of 21374
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Originally Posted by MoosicPa View Post

What do you have in mind?

Dark Oak Antique
HAF sole / Oak Bark
888.
post #5123 of 21374
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Originally Posted by ap10046 View Post

Dark Oak Antique
HAF sole / Oak Bark
888.

What is Oak Bark?
post #5124 of 21374
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Originally Posted by cwh812 View Post

What is Oak Bark?

The bark of the oak tree has been used as a tanning agent for tanning the sole leathers (which can take up to a year). Vegetable tanning makes the best leathers for the bottom work (insole, outsole, stiffeners).
post #5125 of 21374
I have listed a pair of my conniston shoes for sale , please do have a look , I have not worn these for a while, someone can make better use of them. They will remain here for a week before I list them on e-bay. Size is UK 8 on the F606 last.

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post #5126 of 21374
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Dark Oak Antique
HAF sole / Oak Bark
888.

 

 

Very close to what I have in mind.

 

Dark Oak Antique body with (Dark Oak or Edwardian) Facing & Mink Suede Shaft.

HAF sole

82

With Andrew Type perforation

 

post #5127 of 21374
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Originally Posted by Alan K C View Post


Very close to what I have in mind.

Dark Oak Antique body with (Dark Oak or Edwardian) Facing & Mink Suede Shaft.
HAF sole
82
With Andrew Type perforation
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Don't mean to detour the dark oak group but I'd be interested if it were made in Edwardian for sure icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

G: Never had any luck finding pairs in my size. Anyway, I recently moved to MI so I don't have the joys of going to Barney's/Bergdorf/Saks/Leffot/Alden for my shoes... sad cry.gif

There is a Red Wing Shoe Shop within a 5 mile drive from me though!

I'm bringing up MI style! I think the last time Shannons walked around MI was when NAMOR came for a visit.
post #5128 of 21374
These please..
I'm ready for the deposit.

post #5129 of 21374
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These please..
I'm ready for the deposit. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Great boots. I have a pair of C&J Somervilles in the same colorway else I would jump on this too.
post #5130 of 21374

I am going to get a pair of Galway in Edwardian.  But Shannon in Edwardian is nice too :facepalm:

What about shaft mod, suede?

 

I don't know if we have enough interest for 6 identical Shannon...

 

ap10046, those are nice too but I want to stick with 82.

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