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Great pricing if you are outside the EU and your size in stock
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Dark Oak Chelsea on 202 Last. So simple and beautiful

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Dark Oak Chelsea on 202 Last. So simple and beautiful



Simply beautiful, I agree 100%
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As discussed before, I can now confirm that the 6 pairs in a GMTO can be of different widths. I asked Chris (store manager of the Jermny Strees store) at Pitti and he verified this. All other specs must be the same though.

Sorry for providing conflicting info before. After further investigation, I have now been informed by Edward Green that the first six pairs must actually be in the same width. Any pairs after the first six can be in any width as long as the rest of the specs are exactly the same.
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Sorry for providing conflicting info before. After further investigation, I have now been informed by Edward Green that the first six pairs must actually be in the same width. Any pairs after the first six can be in any width as long as the rest of the specs are exactly the same.

Well it is getting more and more difficult to get those 6 magic people to avoid those pesky MTO fees. If you guys decide to order something for your store let us know ahead of time so some of us could piggyback from your orders.
I must admit that I am surprised that you guys do not order any boots from EG or G&G for your shop. I assume that Swedes would be interested those products.
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Well it is getting more and more difficult to get those 6 magic people to avoid those pesky MTO fees. If you guys decide to order something for your store let us know ahead of time so some of us could piggyback from your orders.
I must admit that I am surprised that you guys do not order any boots from EG or G&G for your shop. I assume that Swedes would be interested those products.

We sell truck loads of Carmina boots but people in Sweden are still a bit hesitant to buy Edward Green boots. It's a newly introduced brand in this region and the price tag might also play in. But for next Fall/Winter season we have a Galway (Veldt) in Rosewood Country Calf with shearling lining on order, we also have a line of Shannon in Cloud/Grey Suede arriving at the same time.

If you get 4-5 people, I'm sure we can get a couple of our brick and mortar regulars to join in. I'm personally very interested in Alderley. If the make up is nice I'm definitely on board. I was thinking Almond Country Calf (single color) or even as plain as Alderley in DOAK.
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We sell truck loads of Carmina boots but people in Sweden are still a bit hesitant to buy Edward Green boots. It's a newly introduced brand in this region and the price tag might also play in. But for next Fall/Winter season we have a Galway (Veldt) in Rosewood Country Calf with shearling lining on order, we also have a line of Shannon in Cloud/Grey Suede arriving at the same time.

If you get 4-5 people, I'm sure we can get a couple of our brick and mortar regulars to join in. I'm personally very interested in Alderley. If the make up is nice I'm definitely on board. I was thinking Almond Country Calf (single color) or even as plain as Alderley in DOAK.
SHANNON! I have a Shannon in black/cloud...I think that's different enough. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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We sell truck loads of Carmina boots but people in Sweden are still a bit hesitant to buy Edward Green boots. It's a newly introduced brand in this region and the price tag might also play in. But for next Fall/Winter season we have a Galway (Veldt) in Rosewood Country Calf with shearling lining on order, we also have a line of Shannon in Cloud/Grey Suede arriving at the same time.

 

Which leads me to the questions I posted a while ago: do you know if EG will do full shearling lining (as opposed to just the shaft) for a MTO/top drawer, preferably in zug grain and Veldtschoen? :smarmy:

 

Would be :slayer:

 

 

Thanks in advance,

SKM

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Dark Oak Chelsea on 202 Last. So simple and beautiful



 



Lovely shoes and terrific shine.
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Dark Oak Chelsea on 202 Last. So simple and beautiful

Wow, those are stunning!

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We sell truck loads of Carmina boots but people in Sweden are still a bit hesitant to buy Edward Green boots. It's a newly introduced brand in this region and the price tag might also play in. But for next Fall/Winter season we have a Galway (Veldt) in Rosewood Country Calf with shearling lining on order, we also have a line of Shannon in Cloud/Grey Suede arriving at the same time.

If you get 4-5 people, I'm sure we can get a couple of our brick and mortar regulars to join in. I'm personally very interested in Alderley. If the make up is nice I'm definitely on board. I was thinking Almond Country Calf (single color) or even as plain as Alderley in DOAK.

I may be in on Alderley as well, but would prefer Rosewood or Mahogany Country Calf on a single Dainite sole.
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I may be in on Alderley as well, but would prefer Rosewood or Mahogany Country Calf on a single Dainite sole.

Rosewood CC works for me.
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Which leads me to the questions I posted a while ago: do you know if EG will do full shearling lining (as opposed to just the shaft) for a MTO/top drawer, preferably in zug grain and Veldtschoen? mwink%5B1%5D.gif

Would be icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif


Thanks in advance,
SKM


They won't do a fullly lined Galway even as MTO. Last time I asked they only did top drawer on single leather soles, and who would want a Galway on a N1?

EG has a limited stock of Heather Gorse (correct me if I'm wrong but this is a type of zug grain), for about 15 pairs of Galway. This was the material used for the first Galways I was told. We went with Rosewood CC for our stock line because the Heather Gorse was extremely coarse.
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Dark Oak Chelsea on 202 Last. So simple and beautiful


Very nice shoes in the best of shoe colours!
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Rosewood CC works for me.
They won't do a fullly lined Galway even as MTO. Last time I asked they only did top drawer on single leather soles, and who would want a Galway on a N1?

EG has a limited stock of Heather Gorse (correct me if I'm wrong but this is a type of zug grain), for about 15 pairs of Galway. This was the material used for the first Galways I was told. We went with Rosewood CC for our stock line because the Heather Gorse was extremely coarse.

 

Very interesting, thanks a lot for your reply! Indeed, I have heard the term Heather Gorse used about EG's zug grain, so this is no doubt the stuff. Do you know which colour(s) they stock? I'm not inclined towards a top drawer per se, I'm just inclined to anything that would make EG consider doing a full shearing lining. So I thought (read: hoped) that the extra payment of the top drawer might make them consider it.

 

My idea is to make a battle ship of a winter boot in Heather Gorse and suede (preferably tan shades), as much shearling lining as possible, ridgeway sole and obviously Veldtschoen. I think it would be awesome.

 

 

Thanks a lot!

Soren


Edited by S K M - 1/15/14 at 1:14pm
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My idea is to make a battle ship of a winter boot in Heather Gorse and suede (preferably tan shades), as much shearling lining as possible, ridgeway sole and obviously Veldtschoen. I think it would be awesome.


Thanks a lot!
Soren

My first EGs were (are) a pair of Dovers on the 32 last in heather gorse from Paul Stuart.

The last pair on the right...

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