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Chelsea on the 82 last.  They fit beautifully and I am very happy with them.

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Very nice beez, congrats!

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I'm looking for a double monk in brown. I have a middle-low instep and have had a little bit of a problem with balmoral shoes (the sides often touch but its not a serious problem). Would the Edward Green double monk fit properly i.e. tight enough over the instep? (I know it's likely to be on the last "hole" which is fine of course). Someone else on the forum suggested a particular C&J monk strap for a middle/low instep but I have to say I love my pair of Galways. Unfortunately in this metropolis of 6 million people (Atlanta) the only vendor of Edward Green intown (Sid Mashburn) doesn't stock the double monk so I'll have to order.
My Westminsters fit well and I have a low instep. Be aware the straps for the buckle is leather and not elastic so margin for error is pretty low.
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Originally Posted by pwhinson View Post

I'm looking for a double monk in brown. I have a middle-low instep and have had a little bit of a problem with balmoral shoes (the sides often touch but its not a serious problem). Would the Edward Green double monk fit properly i.e. tight enough over the instep? (I know it's likely to be on the last "hole" which is fine of course). Someone else on the forum suggested a particular C&J monk strap for a middle/low instep but I have to say I love my pair of Galways. Unfortunately in this metropolis of 6 million people (Atlanta) the only vendor of Edward Green intown (Sid Mashburn) doesn't stock the double monk so I'll have to order.
My Westminsters fit well and I have a low instep. Be aware the straps for the buckle is leather and not elastic so margin for error is pretty low.

I too have a lower instep. My Westminsters fit me well. They are a D width (slightly narrow), which helps.
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I agree that EG crup is the bomb...My Arlington came out particularly well, methinks!


Very nice. Perfect color crup for that shoe.
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aportnoy, any shots of the arlingtons after some wear?
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I agree which is why I find this ad to be very strange:
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Sorry for the derailment - now back to your usual programming.

In my experience crup, once broken in, becomes quite soft even though it is thicker and heavier than calf.
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aportnoy, any shots of the arlingtons after some wear?

would love to see this as well especially since the LS pic is out of focus
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yeee






These models and I really like these colors ... really.

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I came across these EG Weymouths via the Leffot blog the other day and apparently they were an EG MTO through Leffot back in 2010. Did one of you guys get these particular shoes MTO? All I can say is, wow. These just blew me away. How much does a MTO go for these days through a vendor?

I've been drooling over those shoes for a couple years!!
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I came across these EG Weymouths via the Leffot blog the other day and apparently they were an EG MTO through Leffot back in 2010. Did one of you guys get these particular shoes MTO? All I can say is, wow. These just blew me away. How much does a MTO go for these days through a vendor?

I've been drooling over those shoes for a couple years!!

These are not mine. For MTO's, Skoaktiebolaget has the best prices from what I can tell.
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I've been drooling over those shoes for a couple years!!


Very Nice colors...and model...

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Been watching this thread from afar and drooling at the beautiful selections and have decided to take the plunge and have a couple questions:

Living in the DC metro area, my B&M buying choices are Sky Valet and Brooks Brothers, even though my BB does not carry them in stock, they are willing to have several shipped to the store for me to try on. This is great but it seems to me that their prices are a couple hundred dollars more than some of the online retailers, is this because they include the shoe trees? Also, the corporate discount is a nice perk.

My first choice would be the Galway but with winter coming to an end, it seems more practical for me to order something that I can wear all year and buy those next fall. Does EG retailers carry the Galway all year?

I'm looking at the following at Brook Brothers:

EG Leather Medallion Cap Toes in Grey




EG Wingtip Bals in Burgundy Antique



Anyone know what last these are on and have a pic of them in the wild?

Thoughts appreciated!
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

Been watching this thread from afar and drooling at the beautiful selections and have decided to take the plunge and have a couple questions:

EG Wingtip Bals in Burgundy Antique



Anyone know what last these are on and have a pic of them in the wild?

Thoughts appreciated!

Inverness is on the 888 last.
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Inverness is on the 888 last.

Are they both on the 888? They seem to have the same toe box.
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