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I'm like Ray Charles, got Galway on my mind

Great combo gyasih. What's that white stuff underneath your shoes? I've never seen concrete so white here in California
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If you are serious, good old snow!
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I'm like Ray Charles, got Galway on my mind

Great combo gyasih. What's that white stuff underneath your shoes? I've never seen concrete so white here in California

+1 Gyasih.

A concomitant of the white material, Namor:

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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

guys,

I have received a replay from Skoaktiebolaget.

Yes it is possible to order different widths, D, E, G

The total price including worldwide shipping would be 7180 SEK ex VAT so it comes around $1100

Are you still interested in this we would be going for Adderley on 202 last in Rosewood Country Calf on Dainite soles with storm welt?

Anybody else interested?

Since the widths can be done, I'm interested in this mto
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Regarding the Epsom, would you consider it dressy enough for interviews / other standard black captoe work? Asking as I should be getting the Tassels one tomorrow and also have the G&G Oxford from Spoo's recent sale.

Haven't worn a black captoe in over a year and only bought these as I may be interviewed more conservative jobs in a few months and wanted to be ready (only other real interview shoe would be museum calf which I feel is too much) . I feel I could get a bit more wear out of the Epsom and I prefer boots in general. Thoughts?
post #6278 of 19411
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Those are a great looking boot, enjoy them.

If anyone is contemplating the Galway in Oak/Mink

Excellent boots sir but just be careful, Once I wore a pair o JL and Berluti shoes for a few days in France when it snowed and now I have some marks on the leather that will never go! this could be due to the snow or the salt they use, hence I do not even try and use any of my EG's in the snow, I just cannot afford to take that risk! Enjoy your boots sir and I hope you never have to experience such a problem.
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

Excellent boots sir but just be careful, Once I wore a pair o JL and Berluti shoes for a few days in France when it snowed and now I have some marks on the leather that will never go! this could be due to the snow or the salt they use, hence I do not even try and use any of my EG's in the snow, I just cannot afford to take that risk! Enjoy your boots sir and I hope you never have to experience such a problem.

Thanks for the advice. This is pure, untouched snow. I was very mindful of salt.
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This is a very nice Combo, Sir!
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

Excellent boots sir but just be careful, Once I wore a pair o JL and Berluti shoes for a few days in France when it snowed and now I have some marks on the leather that will never go! this could be due to the snow or the salt they use, hence I do not even try and use any of my EG's in the snow, I just cannot afford to take that risk! Enjoy your boots sir and I hope you never have to experience such a problem.

Farhad,

have you tried using Saphir Hiver-Winter Salt and Snow Stain Remover or Saphir Reno'mat. I had a good experience removing stains with Reno'mat.
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

Farhad,

have you tried using Saphir Hiver-Winter Salt and Snow Stain Remover or Saphir Reno'mat. I had a good experience removing stains with Reno'mat.

Thank you for the advice, the Lobbs I don't have anymore but I will certainly try it on my Berluti.
post #6283 of 19411
Folks,

I am organizing the group MTO buy for Edward Green Alderley, here are quick specs

Model : Alderley
Last : 202
Sole: Dainite or double dainite with storm welt
Color: Rosewood Country Carlf
Approximate price : $1100.00 shipped through Skoaktiebolaget

It is possible to order a different width.

So far Renton is interested so we need four more. Let me know if you are interested.
post #6284 of 19411
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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

Excellent boots sir but just be careful, Once I wore a pair o JL and Berluti shoes for a few days in France when it snowed and now I have some marks on the leather that will never go! this could be due to the snow or the salt they use, hence I do not even try and use any of my EG's in the snow, I just cannot afford to take that risk! Enjoy your boots sir and I hope you never have to experience such a problem.

For snow boots I use SnoSeal. I've used Hiver but from my experience white vinegar & water works just as well. Condition afterwards.

I agree that I save the salt for my Tricker's and AS. biggrin.gif
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For snow boots I use SnoSeal. I've used Hiver but from my experience white vinegar & water works just as well. Condition afterwards.



I agree that I save the salt for my Tricker's and AS. biggrin.gif

 



Do you use SnoSeal on your EGs? Do you find that it darkens the leather?
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