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post #76 of 13223
Not for me.
post #77 of 13223
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Not for me.

same here. I tried the Grant in US11.5 and that was just overall too small. THe 12 should be perfect
post #78 of 13223
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

I would have thought the complete opposite. JL continuously comes out with new, never before seen models. Some are nice, some are just complete disasters as evidenced by their "spirit of the capital" collection. In any case, ill probably give EG another try as I consolidate my shoe wardrobe (i.e. quality over quantity)

bespoke.
post #79 of 13223
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

bespoke.

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ill need to wait for the next raise or go back to a public firm
post #80 of 13223
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Originally Posted by nate10184 View Post

Those are a pair I sold a few years back. I've never had a pair polish up that nice before or since, they really glowed. I sold them for a song compared to what they go for now.
I have a pair of these too in dark oak. Don't really fit me though so I never wear them.

Might I ask what size and any desire to part with them? shog[1].gif
post #81 of 13223
Does anyone have an idea of what EG calls the Boot they previously produced for RL?
It is a split toe (laced boot) that looks very much like the Dover.

I am wondering whether or not it can be an MTO with Edward Green.
post #82 of 13223
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Originally Posted by earthdragon View Post

Does anyone have an idea of what EG calls the Boot they previously produced for RL?
It is a split toe (laced boot) that looks very much like the Dover.
I am wondering whether or not it can be an MTO with Edward Green.

Halifax?

http://leathersoulhawaii.com/2008/12/27/edward-green-halifax-almond-country-calf/
post #83 of 13223
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Originally Posted by nate10184 View Post

Those are a pair I sold a few years back. I've never had a pair polish up that nice before or since, they really glowed. I sold them for a song compared to what they go for now.
I have a pair of these too in dark oak. Don't really fit me though so I never wear them.

Size?
post #84 of 13223

Thanks JB - Sounds right...
post #85 of 13223
EG for RLPL Brooksville

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post #86 of 13223
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Originally Posted by earthdragon View Post

Does anyone have an idea of what EG calls the Boot they previously produced for RL?
It is a split toe (laced boot) that looks very much like the Dover.
I am wondering whether or not it can be an MTO with Edward Green.

Nevis is a split toe boot from EG, a la Dover.

It's a nice boot.
post #87 of 13223
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

Size?

I'm a 12. Not selling now but might at some point down the line.
post #88 of 13223
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Originally Posted by JPHardy View Post

EG for RLPL Brooksville
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If anyone ever sees these for a US 9.5, please find me ASAP.
post #89 of 13223
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

If anyone ever sees these for a US 9.5, please find me ASAP.

Was just about to PM you were to score, but saw your comments, on my sale post.
post #90 of 13223
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Originally Posted by JPHardy View Post

Was just about to PM you were to score, but saw your comments, on my sale post.

It was out of love and jealousy. Out with it mang.
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