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post #5611 of 12034

EG Dover in double-leather sole!

Congrats and wear them in good health!

 

:fonz:

post #5612 of 12034
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 #5613 of 12034
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Originally Posted by MoosicPa View Post

EG Dovers in Burgundy....

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Last?
post #5614 of 12034
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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 #5615 of 12034

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

post #5616 of 12034
Never been a fan of that style but when made by EG they look nice enough.
post #5617 of 12034
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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 #5618 of 12034
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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 #5619 of 12034
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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 #5620 of 12034
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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 #5621 of 12034

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

post #5622 of 12034
They look fantastic Sabutai, enjoy!
post #5623 of 12034
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 #5624 of 12034
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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.
post #5625 of 12034

 

For Seoul or South Korea Styleforum members we will be having our Edward Green trunk show on November 20.  Orders can placed at that time.  If you have any questions please let me know.

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