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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

@Leaves

Can you post the size comparison for EG last 64, there seem to be a lot of confusion regarding the instep. I was lead to beleive that 64 last is wider so it could accommodate thicker socks but some folks are concerned about the instep of last 64.

I don't own a pair of 64, I have only tried them on for fitting. IMO it fits like the 202. I did not think of it as either higher or lower across the instep to be honest.
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Thanks for the input gents. I think I will stick with the same UK9E as my 82-last Galways.
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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

Acquired these today, very pleased.




Fantastic model...compliments
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Originally Posted by S K M View Post

Anyone here owns shoes in both mink suede and clove suede?

Here you are:
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Mink (left) and Clove (right)

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Mink (left), Rosewood (middle) and Clove (right)

The clove has quite a red sheen to it in certain light, but it was one of the first colours I thought of when I saw your picture of Heather Gorse with the three suede swatches. I included a Rosewood pair so you could compare further, although I think Heather Gorse is a bit darker.

Perhaps laufer had the best suggestion: to let EG decide, or at least advise.

Hope this helps.

MtB
post #7505 of 11583
I would take same size in 64 as 82/888/202 etc.

Width is similar to 202, instep resembles 888, and it's shorter than 82 so toes don't wiggle around
post #7506 of 11583
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

I would take same size in 64 as 82/888/202 etc.

Width is similar to 202, instep resembles 888, and it's shorter than 82 so toes don't wiggle around

I am going with a wider width fitting to accommodate thick socks. Does that make sense?

post #7507 of 11583
yeah thats sensible. i only wear thin to medium thin sock
post #7508 of 11583
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Originally Posted by Looking to improve View Post

Here you are: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Mink (left) and Clove (right)
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Mink (left), Rosewood (middle) and Clove (right)

The clove has quite a red sheen to it in certain light, but it was one of the first colours I thought of when I saw your picture of Heather Gorse with the three suede swatches. I included a Rosewood pair so you could compare further, although I think Heather Gorse is a bit darker.

Perhaps laufer had the best suggestion: to let EG decide, or at least advise.

Hope this helps.

MtB

I just love that Rosewood CC Adelaide wingtip. I think I have to have that. Seriously nice make up. Which model is that, can't recall I've seen it before?
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Originally Posted by pwhinson View Post

Fellow EG enthusiasts:
I'm considering purchasing the EG suede single monks below but I fear the design may be a bit too much - sort of like the shoe doesn't know whether it wants to be a full brogue or a monk strap. I have no problem wearing shoes (or anything) that's a bit out of the mainstream (I even like paisley ties which don't get alot of love here!).  Are these a bridge too far?  Any opinions?





Great shoe.
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That Dover looks really nice. If only there was more heather gorse to go around.

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^ Seeing this feels like looking at a fossilized dinosaur or the remains of some strange monster from the bottom of the ocean.  They do exist!  Or they did.  Perhaps science can bring them back…

post #7513 of 11583
heather gorse galway is beautiful
post #7514 of 11583
^ +1 come to think of it is there a Galway combo that doesn't look bada$$?
post #7515 of 11583
touche, touche
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