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Editor's Note: these are not for everyone, but if you can pull them off, they're pretty badass (IMO)
indeed

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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)

 

They seem to carry quite a few interesting models.  Interesting.  Galways in nightshade with berry suede... if they were carrying it in my size I might have to put my credit card out of reach.

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Fwiw, for those who think the boot is too aggressive, the berry suede doesn't ever show unless you cross your legs while sitting down. Otherwise, people only see the more professional burgundy cap toe.
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EG Beaulieu with a slight shoe shining :

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Very nice Amar, very nice nod[1].gif
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Thanks Cleav! smile.gif
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Very nice Amar, very nice nod[1].gif

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Thanks Cleav! smile.gif

Are those in pine? Three more EGs... Beaulieu, Doak Galway, and Doak Shannons... that's all, nothing more, and I'm done.
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Just a quick and dirty of my Dovers received yesterday. Dark Oak on 606.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


Like these, very nice, Congrats!!!

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Like these, very nice, Congrats!!!
Thanks, ddd!
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Ok, so there are only two burgundy color leather choices. Burgundy antique, and nightshade.

Well, there's Bauxite that is very reddish, similar to G&G Cherry I guess, but bauxite is lighter than a traditional burgundy. You have Old Rose too, but that's also too light to be classified as burgundy in my book. I don't have a Burgundy Delapre in our swatch although that would actually be logical for EG to launch at some point.

Bauxite:
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

Ok, so there are only two burgundy color leather choices. Burgundy antique, and nightshade.

Well, there's Bauxite that is very reddish, similar to G&G Cherry I guess, but bauxite is lighter than a traditional burgundy. You have Old Rose too, but that's also too light to be classified as burgundy in my book. I don't have a Burgundy Delapre in our swatch although that would actually be logical for EG to launch at some point.

Bauxite:

Like you, I would not classify Bauxite or Old Rose as burgundies.
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Are those in pine? Three more EGs... Beaulieu, Doak Galway, and Doak Shannons... that's all, nothing more, and I'm done.
Nope. In dark oak. But the sunlight lightened them I guess.
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I went to the flagship store today in London to try the 82last, they only had the Camden for my to try on and i found it to be incredibly tight! very very snug! I take a regular width with crockett & Jones, Alfred Sargent and others. Do people find Edward green '82' to be very tight but then break into them? I'm wondering if i have to take an 'F' instead of an 'E' but they didn't have 'F' instock for me to try.

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I went to the flagship store today in London to try the 82last, they only had the Camden for my to try on and i found it to be incredibly tight! very very snug! I take a regular width with crockett & Jones, Alfred Sargent and others. Do people find Edward green '82' to be very tight but then break into them? I'm wondering if i have to take an 'F' instead of an 'E' but they didn't have 'F' instock for me to try.
What size did you take? I wear 6E (C&J) and 6F (AS) while I wear 6.5E for EG, hence, a half size larger then C&J and AS.
Edited by DpprDr - 5/12/14 at 5:55pm
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82 is related to the 888 which some people find "tighter". As a comparison, the 82 for me in E works but I could go down a width in the 606 in the same size. That is just me mind.
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