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UG, do you typically order F for the 888 last?

Westminster today:
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Very nice....To me it lacks a dual buckle like yours =)

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UG, do you typically order F for the 888 last?

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We don't always order the same as we want to offer a variety for our customers. 

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We don't always order the same as we want to offer a variety for our customers. 

F is a good width--particularly in the 888.
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is this midnight  or twilight blue

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is this midnight  or twilight blue

Very nice color .... although I see it more as a sports shoe and casual.

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is this midnight  or twilight blue


midnight

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Can you advise the price of exporting this to Hong Kong?
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We don't always order the same as we want to offer a variety for our customers. 

F is a good width--particularly in the 888.

I wear E and D in the 888. I prefer D. But, for this shoe (blue), I would be out anyhow as I leave my shoe/boot purchases for those colors that fall in the range of tans/browns/burgundy/black. A very nice looking shoe though - just not for me.
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is this midnight  or twilight blue
My boot has a nice subtle contrast of both midnight (upper) and twilight (shaft):
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Twilight is more UNC Tarheel. smile.gif
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Gents, there's a chance that the heather gorse version of the Galway will be resurrected! As you probably remember the project stranded due to EG's lack of heather gorse, but apparently A. A. Crack offers zug grain (similar to heather gorse), even in more than one colour: http://www.aacrack.co.uk/catalogue.asp?product_id=67

 

Wether EG will work with leather we supply them is still not sure, but I'm in contact with the good people at Skoak who's investigating the matter. If we're lucky, I'll be happy to coordinate a bulk buy of the zug and have it shipped directly to EG. Stay tuned! :slayer:

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^^^ Cool. I look forward to hearing more.
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Gents, there's a chance that the heather gorse version of the Galway will be resurrected! As you probably remember the project stranded due to EG's lack of heather gorse, but apparently A. A. Crack offers zug grain (similar to heather gorse), even in more than one colour: http://www.aacrack.co.uk/catalogue.asp?product_id=67

Wether EG will work with leather we supply them is still not sure, but I'm in contact with the good people at Skoak who's investigating the matter. If we're lucky, I'll be happy to coordinate a bulk buy of the zug and have it shipped directly to EG. Stay tuned! icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

S K M - this is awesome if it works. If you were to tell me that you put as much effort into your day job as you do towards putting together EG GMTO I'd tell you that I'm sure that you are a top performer in whatever you do. Your effort to put these together (along with other GMTOs) is great (and appreciated), if not a little confusing as to the reason why (for me at least). Keep up the great work!!
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S K M - this is awesome if it works. If you were to tell me that you put as much effort into your day job as you do towards putting together EG GMTO I'd tell you that I'm sure that you are a top performer in whatever you do. Your effort to put these together (along with other GMTOs) is great (and appreciated), if not a little confusing as to the reason why (for me at least). Keep up the great work!!

Sadly this could be said for nearly all of us.
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S K M - this is awesome if it works. If you were to tell me that you put as much effort into your day job as you do towards putting together EG GMTO I'd tell you that I'm sure that you are a top performer in whatever you do. Your effort to put these together (along with other GMTOs) is great (and appreciated), if not a little confusing as to the reason why (for me at least). Keep up the great work!!

 

Haha, thanks for your kind words. To be fair, though, I've only tried to put two GMTOs together and none of them have gone forward yet. I would prefer that the Alderley went forward before the Galway project (since autumn comes before winter), but it seems there's a certain zug/heather gorse craving at the moment that is definitely an advantage.

 

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Sadly this could be said for nearly all of us.

 

:lol: I'm among friends here!

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Haha, thanks for your kind words. To be fair, though, I've only tried to put two GMTOs together and none of them have gone forward yet. I would prefer that the Alderley went forward before the Galway project (since autumn comes before winter), but it seems there's a certain zug/heather gorse craving at the moment that is definitely an advantage.

I'm out for the Aderlay - want to get a pair - Edwardian is just too light for my liking. I might be in for Burnt Pine though. I'm in for zug if you can get it together, however, if it doesn't look likely by May I'm going for something else heavy duty (some kind of country calf) for next winter.
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