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those Galways are bad ass - where did you get them, and what colors/shades are they?  i have to score a pair, pronto.


I think they just might be the infamous midnight blue and navy suede.

 

 

 

I'm hoping to join the ranks in early March.

 

 

I don't know where Frills got his, but I ordered my MTO thru Skoaktiebolaget.

 

Axels has had them in the past, but do not currently have any in stock. Unipair has also had them, but I don't know whether they currently have them in stock or not.

post #6602 of 20487
To give you a better idea of the hawthorn suede here they are next to my EG Cadogens in tobacco suede....

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post #6603 of 20487
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I think they just might be the infamous midnight blue and navy suede.

 

 

 

I'm hoping to join the ranks in early March.

 

 

I don't know where Frills got his, but I ordered my MTO thru Skoaktiebolaget.

 

Axels has had them in the past, but do not currently have any in stock. Unipair has also had them, but I don't know whether they currently have them in stock or not.

 

 

Yes,  we still have the three colors in stock.

post #6604 of 20487
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ORLY?

this past summer i handled this exact makeup and am now convinced, more than ever, that EG calf is comparable to their shell offerings both in brilliance and durability. and certainly a top "value" given the $550 up charge for shell
post #6605 of 20487
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Galways in mid-shine!

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/****** Apparently I live on Instagram too - mainly timepieces, shoes, attire and the occasional cheeseburger. @no_frills_vc. ******/


wanderfoul boot and colors

post #6606 of 20487
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this past summer i handled this exact makeup and am now convinced, more than ever, that EG calf is comparable to their shell offerings both in brilliance and durability. and certainly a top "value" given the $550 up charge for shell


 

 

I like shell quite a bit and I even have a pair from Edward Green thanks to Namor. However the beauty of an Edward Green shoe is much better represented in their calf offerings. Here's where the various colors they use and their finishing really shines.


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post #6607 of 20487
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this past summer i handled this exact makeup and am now convinced, more than ever, that EG calf is comparable to their shell offerings both in brilliance and durability. and certainly a top "value" given the $550 up charge for shell


 

I like shell quite a bit and I even have a pair from Edward Green thanks to Namor. However the beauty of an Edward Green shoe is much better represented in their calf offerings. Here's where the various colors they use and their finishing really shines.

No objection.
post #6608 of 20487
Frills those blue Galways are just terrific!
post #6609 of 20487
I keep telling myself that I don't need Galways. Then I come on this site. I need to stay away.
post #6610 of 20487
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I keep telling myself that I don't need Galways. Then I come on this site. I need to stay away.


See now, your just talking complete silliness.

 

 

Of course you need your first pair of Galways.

 

 

How else can you expect to get your second or third pair. You have to start somewhere.:brick: 

post #6611 of 20487
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See now, your just talking complete silliness.


Of course you need your first pair of Galways.


How else can you expect to get your second or third pair. You have to start somewhere.baldy%5B1%5D.gif 
Thanks, ddd. biggrin.gif

I'm thinking I may have a purge at least a pair of shell Alden to make room. Dunno
post #6612 of 20487
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Thanks, ddd. biggrin.gif

I'm thinking I may have a purge at least a pair of shell Alden to make room. Dunno


Ultimately it's up to you of course. Don't get one if you don't really want one. However being a bit of a boot guy myself, I couldn't imagine owning as many boots as I do without at least owning one pair. Of course now I'm going to own three pairs.:D 

 

Good luck with your decision.

post #6613 of 20487
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Ultimately it's up to you of course. Don't get one if you don't really want one. However being a bit of a boot guy myself, I couldn't imagine owning as many boots as I do without at least owning one pair. Of course now I'm going to own three pairs.biggrin.gif  

Good luck with your decision.
That's the problem...I really want one! haha. I am a boot guy as well. I would find it really hard to purge a pair of my shell boots, though! I'll just see what happens. Not life or death...
post #6614 of 20487
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That's the problem...I really want one! haha. I am a boot guy as well. I would find it really hard to purge a pair of my shell boots, though! I'll just see what happens. Not life or death...


I've done a bit of this, not with boots yet but with watches. At the end of the day I've yet to have any regrets. When I've followed my heart I've been rather pleased with the results.

post #6615 of 20487
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I've done a bit of this, not with boots yet but with watches. At the end of the day I've yet to have any regrets. When I've followed my heart I've been rather pleased with the results.
I'm in the same boat. I have been a one watch guy for quite a while. If I wanted something else, I had to give up what I was wearing.
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