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post #5611 of 10401
Those are lovely Dover's.
post #5612 of 10401

EG Dover in double-leather sole!

Congrats and wear them in good health!

 

:fonz:

post #5613 of 10401
When did EG start writing both sizes into their shoes? I just retrieved 3 pairs from storage, bought around the turn of the century (like the sound of that phrase), which show only one size.

Edit: one m-t-o pair I have, ordered July 2002, shows both sizes
Edited by 89826 - 11/11/13 at 3:51am
post #5614 of 10401
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Originally Posted by MoosicPa View Post

EG Dovers in Burgundy....

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Last?
post #5615 of 10401
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Originally Posted by 89826 View Post


Last?


That is on the 606 last.  We have four dovers at the moment on the 606.

 

 

 

 

post #5616 of 10401

Do you have any Dovers in UK 10F???

post #5617 of 10401
Never been a fan of that style but when made by EG they look nice enough.
post #5618 of 10401
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Never been a fan of that style but when made by EG they look nice enough.

+1 Never quite got what all the fuss was about with these, tried some on and they just looked very plain nest.gif
post #5619 of 10401
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Never been a fan of that style but when made by EG they look nice enough.

Agreed. I am not a Dover fan either.
post #5620 of 10401
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Never been a fan of that style but when made by EG they look nice enough.
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Originally Posted by kev777 View Post

+1 Never quite got what all the fuss was about with these, tried some on and they just looked very plain nest.gif
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Originally Posted by Maximus Rex View Post

Agreed. I am not a Dover fan either.

I think part of the appeal is the use of the pig bristle on the split toe and the apron stitching pattern. I think it's just preference; personally I like the Dover as a casual shoe.
post #5621 of 10401
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post



I think part of the appeal is the use of the pig bristle on the split toe and the apron stitching pattern. I think it's just preference; personally I like the Dover as a casual shoe.

The Dover is a great shoe. nod[1].gif
post #5622 of 10401

Well they arrived, and they fit.  My first pair of Edward Green.

post #5623 of 10401
They look fantastic Sabutai, enjoy!
post #5624 of 10401
Hey guys,

Before I post in B&S, wanted to offer my EGs here for a quick sale.

BNIB EG Westminsters in brown calf 7.5/8 (standard width)

Price: £295 + shipping. I'm selling them at the cost I paid for them.

Malford of London picked these up for me at the sample sale a few months back and have never been worn. The only flaw is a spot with faint discolouration on one of the toes (barely noticeable at all).

PM me if interested.

Thanks!
post #5625 of 10401
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Originally Posted by Sabutai View Post

Well they arrived, and they fit.  My first pair of Edward Green.


They look great, congratulations , enjoy.
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