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EG for polo on 101 Edwardian
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Maiden voyage for my new Sandringhams.
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great pairs. I would gladly purchase any of these. CC, the loafers are exceptional
post #5777 of 18404
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why don't you just buy the Dover in 32 last. I just bought a pair today. Feels good...

This is the hardest EG last to fit correctly. Strangely non-anatomical.
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The boots in the summer EG sale were selling for £375 GBP - I guess the difference was either postage and customs & paypal fees,....

PEACE BE WITH YOU ALL.

and shipping and handling and surcharge for shipping and handling and also administrative charges and then of course you convert that all to US, because it was calculated at GBP and now it makes sense. I had you all wrong earthdragon, my bad
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calm down, I meant no disrespect. You have medical condition I can understand that.

Fair enough, I interpreted your comments as sarcastic in a condescending way. Anyways, shoe shopping is painful for me in more ways than one. Besides if I'm paying 1300 for a shoe, it better fit me right.
post #5780 of 18404
With the Dovers, did anyone have trouble moving their toes? Mine feel bunched up, not in pain, just not flat.
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With the Dovers, did anyone have trouble moving their toes? Mine feel bunched up, not in pain, just not flat.

These sound too small for you.
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What are the odds of having the same colorway Shannons in the State of MI? You can represent Motor City and I'll hold the capital. smile.gif
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I was unaware that having wide feet was a medical condition... perhaps I need to see my doctor so he can diagnose me with triple-E-itis
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What are the odds of having the same colorway Shannons in the State of MI? You can represent Motor City and I'll hold the capital. smile.gif

The NYT says that the City of Detroit has a 9% crime solve rate - so, I'd rather represent the Ann Arbor area if it's all the same to you. lookaround.gif
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ADVICE NEEDED:

I received a new pair of Ullswater w/Dainite on Monday and put them in the closet (doors open). They have a very strong leather (presumably) odor that none of my other shoes have.

Wondering if it's the finish, treatment, the leather itself or did the leather get wet somewhere along the line and is moldy?

Any experience with this?
post #5786 of 18404
Shouldn't be an issue. It varies from shoe-to-shoe and maker-to-maker.

I have ahd similar experiences with EG and St. Crispin's have an extremely strong leather odor when they newly arrive.

I wouldn't sweat it for a minute.
post #5787 of 18404
I think all my shoes smelled strongly of leather (and solvent? polish?) during the first wear. it's really obvious when I sit down in my office....but now my brain associates the scent with new goodies so it doesn't register as anything disconcerting happy.gif
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ADVICE NEEDED:

I received a new pair of Ullswater w/Dainite on Monday and put them in the closet (doors open). They have a very strong leather (presumably) odor that none of my other shoes have.

Wondering if it's the finish, treatment, the leather itself or did the leather get wet somewhere along the line and is moldy?

Any experience with this?

This is one of the reasons I spend thousands of these type of shoes, I love that smell! If any of my expensive and good quality leather shoes did not have that smell I would be quite upset LOL.
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beautiful

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Maiden voyage for my new Sandringhams.

 


I love Sandringham too.

 

Are they Edwardian Antique ?

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