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@ianGP - You should be 6UK in EG (E width).
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hey guys, sizing question:

I'm trying to figure out my EG size in 64 (considering the Galways from Skoaktiebolaget)

In comparison, I have Carminas in Rain and Uetam at 5.5UK and G&G (all lasts), also in 5.5UK; all in standard E-widths
I don't notice any difference in fitment within the G&G lasts. Though they fit tight in the beginning, after break-in they feel amazing.

 

I would say same size as G&G.

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I concur....Ive never seen a biarritz in black but I feel it would be a special loafer for sure.....I have it in cedar and love it. The little details on the apron are wonderful.....and if you have the right foot...the fit is glove like.

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@ianGP - You should be 6UK in EG (E width).

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I would say same size as G&G.

thanks for the input guys! Sky Valet in DC looks to carry EG... might drop by and see if they have any 6's in stock for a try.
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thanks for the input guys! Sky Valet in DC looks to carry EG... might drop by and see if they have any 6's in stock for a try.

SkyValet has discontinued EG, they carry C&J, Carmina and Trickers.
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there goes my plan! frown.gif
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Sky Valet is not getting any new EG stock, but they might still have some shoes left. I doubt their website accurately reflects their current stock, however.
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Sky Valet is not getting any new EG stock, but they might still have some shoes left. I doubt their website accurately reflects their current stock, however.

They have very little stock.
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They have very little stock.

 

True. I was just there and stock is very low. But prices are good ($850) for all models they have on hand, and they are fantastic people. Worth stopping by just to chat about quality shoes. As already mentioned, they have CJ, Carmina, Alden, and Loake too if you're so inclined. 

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I'm going to Northampton in two weeks and got an "appointment" to check out EG's "rejects" inventory (as they referred to them on the phone). Has anyone visited recently and knows the average price of their calf offering? I know Tricker's and John Lobb factory stores are good for bargains (with pairs often under 200 GBP) but I've heard EG sells its seconds for prices just short of retail. Can anyone confirm?
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Yeah, They're one of very few I trust with my shoes (before I got my own creams/waxes)

They also told me they do flushed metal toe taps!

I'll give em a call to see what sizes they have in stock.

Thanks fellas!
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Yeah, They're one of very few I trust with my shoes (before I got my own creams/waxes)

They also told me they do flushed metal toe taps!

I'll give em a call to see what sizes they have in stock.

Thanks fellas!

That reminds me, I need flush metal toe taps.
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JL seconds for under £200?? You sure?
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JL seconds for under £200?? You sure?

 



Ha Ha was in John Lobb factory shop in November 2011 and the only shoes during their sales and not any regular visits were:
Arima, Lopez, Lynton and the Finedon which were sold for £200 but then they are loafers.
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I'm going to Northampton in two weeks and got an "appointment" to check out EG's "rejects" inventory (as they referred to them on the phone). Has anyone visited recently and knows the average price of their calf offering? I know Tricker's and John Lobb factory stores are good for bargains (with pairs often under 200 GBP) but I've heard EG sells its seconds for prices just short of retail. Can anyone confirm?

You can pay anything between 250 400 GB£, what else you need to know?

You doing the Mecca tour?
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