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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post

Nightshade is an awesome color. It is sort of similar to the G&G Rioja.
If that is the case, then I'm sold...
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Don't count burgundy out.  I believe it is more attractive than nightshade, especially as it ages.  However, there is no real substitute for viewing them in person.  No wrong choice here.  Good luck. 

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I suppose it would matter to me which is a darker color, burgundy, or nightshade?
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

I suppose it would matter to me which is a darker color, burgundy, or nightshade?

Nightshade is darker, with more purple hues. Both are nice colors.
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Burgundy can be a little too pinkish for my tastes when I saw nightshade in person I was wowed. A very aesthetically pleasing color.
post #8616 of 14857

I haven't seen burgundy in person...but I have seen nightshade and its pretty awesome and def like G&G"s rioja...

 

I dont think you can go wrong with it...its that deep dark purple-ish color

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Burgundy and Nightshade.  I hope this helps!

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^ I gotta say, I like Nightshade better, even though I'm a proud owner of Burgundy Galways.

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Originally Posted by thebeebs View Post

^ I gotta say, I like Nightshade better, even though I'm a proud owner of Burgundy Galways.
Burgundy Galways?? Good idea. What combo do you have? Country calf, suede or all one material?
post #8620 of 14857

Would like to see some pictures of your Burgundy Galways.  :drool:

post #8621 of 14857
Ok so if i understand this correctly Burgundy Antique, Burgundy, & Nightshade are all distinctly color choices? I thought that burgundy antique, and burgundy were the same leather color for EG. Thank you for the clarification gents... thumbs-up.gif
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Antique Burgundy w/ Red Berry suede, 82E last, Dainite, MTO (Note: Axels of Vail carries this model, but in D, so I had to MTO)
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Editor's Note: these are not for everyone, but if you can pull them off, they're pretty badass (IMO)
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Those with some grey wool or flannel pants are perfection in my book.  :nodding:

post #8625 of 14857

I could not pull those off but they are beauties. 

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