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Can anyone give an indication on how the 184 loafer last fits compared to the 888?

My Westminsters in 9.5E/10 on the 888 last fit my feet like gloves (and they're so snug I can't do the buckles up to the tightest hole, and in fact generally only do them up on the most relaxed hole), so I'm wondering if I can just get the same size in the 184.  My understanding is that most EG lasts fit fairly similarly and that the 184 won't be smaller than the 888, I'm more worried about it being too much wider and having heel slip.

I have westminsters (888) and tassels (184) in the same size - UK9D. But I do tighten my Westminsters more than you do.
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@tifosi

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Thanks for torturing me, @NAMOR
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@tifosi

Simply stunning
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@tifosi Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Beautiful. If skoak ever has another GMTO for these with 25% down it's instakop. This and the dovers are probably going to be my first EGs. Can't seem to find anything else that compares to them.
post #8571 of 15013

^ You're on the right track my friend.  My first EG acquisitions, in order:

 

1. Galway 82 boot (burgundy/red berry suede)

2. Wells 82 captoe blucher (d.oak)

3. Dover 606 (d.oak)

4. Dover 202 (gold delapre)

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Beautiful. If skoak ever has another GMTO for these with 25% down it's instakop. This and the dovers are probably going to be my first EGs. Can't seem to find anything else that compares to them.

You can order one anytime at 50% down, no MTO fee as it's stock line for Dark Oak and Walnut CC or Mink Suede

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/edward-green-made-to-order
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Thanks for torturing me, @NAMOR

Consider it foreplay
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Simply stunning

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Originally Posted by Ironist View Post

Beautiful. If skoak ever has another GMTO for these with 25% down it's instakop. This and the dovers are probably going to be my first EGs. Can't seem to find anything else that compares to them.

Thanks guys
post #8574 of 15013
popped along to the EG factory shop in Northampton today and picked up a couple of pairs of shoes

first off a pair of chelsea in 82 dark oak antique


Edited by ruscal - 5/7/14 at 8:04am
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@ruscal

May I ask how much did a pair of Chelsea Oxfords set you back?

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Did they have any boots at the factory store or any double monks for sale?

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Beautiful. If skoak ever has another GMTO for these with 25% down it's instakop. This and the dovers are probably going to be my first EGs. Can't seem to find anything else that compares to them.

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You can order one anytime at 50% down, no MTO fee as it's stock line for Dark Oak and Walnut CC or Mink Suede

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/edward-green-made-to-order

Exactly! Why wait? Order now and have them by September.
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Consider it foreplay

It definitely got me going.
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here are some better pics now i'm home, with prices for Nikola below

 

Chelsea. 82F. Dark Oak Antique. £330.

 

 

Ladbroke. 202F. Burnt Pine Antique. £295.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@ruscal

May I ask how much did a pair of Chelsea Oxfords set you back?

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