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I'd really prefer the Nevis in smooth calf. However, if I had to go the country calf route Rosewood would be it.

So I would normally agree with you but seeing as this would be definitely worn more casually than dressy doing it in pebble grain would be ok. I still prefer smooth but I could get used to the pebble.

EG and my foot have not found common grounds yet and until we do I will have to sit out even with 2 grail shoes on the line (Dover and Nevis)
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Dover on 606 last, but certainly not in rosewood.

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Simply Stunning

The perfect double monks

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

Interesting I was under the impression that Westminster is only made on 888 last.puzzled.gif

Also on 82 as MTO.
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Thanks! That's actually exactly what I wanted to achieve. JL William does not fit me well, so I wanted a similar one made by EG. I was not sure how it would come out, but it's better than I could imagine!

 

Ah, yes, well then really well done! Wear in good health.

 

My Williams, for comparison:

 

 

 

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Ah, yes, well then really well done! Wear in good health.

My Williams, for comparison:





I live that pic!
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Just paid for the two Dovers (cc / dark oak). Wish I got a quote for a pair of galways before the 5% increase though. Leaves should put more GMTOs. Seemed like the Dovers didn't get nearly as much traction until Leaves started posting.
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Ah, yes, well then really well done! Wear in good health.

My Williams, for comparison:





really love this picture. well done! Sir.
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Just paid for the two Dovers (cc / dark oak). Wish I got a quote for a pair of galways before the 5% increase though. Leaves should put more GMTOs. Seemed like the Dovers didn't get nearly as much traction until Leaves started posting.
Nice. Yea we had a tough go there for a while. All in all only took a couple weeks to get organized. Leaves started posting when we had 5 confirmed and a couple sixths on the fence. I think it's easier for people to get interested when they see that it is actually available and they can hit "add to cart".
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After a pair of Galways but I need to go MTO as my feet are a size 10 B, yes B. Do EG group MTOs allow for different widths?

 

Undecided on whether I want them to be shearling lined or not. How does the lining hold up? How do they compare in warmth to an equivalent boot without the lining?

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After a pair of Galways but I need to go MTO as my feet are a size 10 B, yes B. Do EG group MTOs allow for different widths?

Undecided on whether I want them to be shearling lined or not. How does the lining hold up? How do they compare in warmth to an equivalent boot without the lining?
I may be getting my companies mixed up, but I believe the first 6 have to be the same width, then after that different widths can be had. Excuse me if I am wrong.

As far as the shearling...I have decided against it as I think it will be warm enough to regulate the boot to winter use only. That is not something I'm looking for. Other members can speak from experience I'm sure.
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Ah, yes, well then really well done! Wear in good health.

My Williams, for comparison:





One of the best photos ever on SF!
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

I may be getting my companies mixed up, but I believe the first 6 have to be the same width, then after that different widths can be had. Excuse me if I am wrong.

As far as the shearling...I have decided against it as I think it will be warm enough to regulate the boot to winter use only. That is not something I'm looking for. Other members can speak from experience I'm sure.

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Originally Posted by pandaologist View Post

After a pair of Galways but I need to go MTO as my feet are a size 10 B, yes B. Do EG group MTOs allow for different widths?

Undecided on whether I want them to be shearling lined or not. How does the lining hold up? How do they compare in warmth to an equivalent boot without the lining?

If you are ordering stock galway model from skoaktiebolaget you don't need to pay mto fee, just deposit
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If you are ordering stock galway model from skoaktiebolaget you don't need to pay mto fee, just deposit

Will skoaktiebolaget be able to provide a 202 last size 10 B without an MTO? This is the best fit I could find.

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Will skoaktiebolaget be able to provide a 202 last size 10 B without an MTO? This is the best fit I could find.
You can't do a Galway on the 202.
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You can't do a Galway on the 202.

If I go direct to EG they will do me a 202.

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