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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

I will say that squared apron toe does not look so bad after all.
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Well that didn't take long...haha

Although that looks much more round than I have seen in the past.
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post


Good question, Buda.

I'm the opposite. Now I kinda wish I didn't order the stock Galway, haha. I would have done it on the 202 given the chance.

 £250 is a lot to me to change from 82 to 202. I would stick with 82 and fund half of another order

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 £250 is a lot to me to change from 82 to 202. I would stick with 82 and fund half of another order
That's a good point. Thanks for smacking some sense into me.
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Well that didn't take long...haha

Although that looks much more round than I have seen in the past.

I have a pair of G&G Antibes which have squared apron. I will inspect them closely.
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

I will say that squared apron toe does not look so bad after all.



looks great! from that angle, apron has a soft rounded oval shape
post #9681 of 13395
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

looks great! from that angle, apron has a soft rounded oval shape
I know! Which makes me think "IN"!!! ugh.
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

 £250 is a lot to me to change from 82 to 202. I would stick with 82 and fund half of another order

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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

That's a good point. Thanks for smacking some sense into me.
Well, but... The question is whether a group of 6 would pay that. The first 150 pounds is the regular MTO fee which -- I would certainly hope -- is still waived for a group, even though prices have gone up 5%. So perhaps it is an extra 100 pounds to make the change in lasts? Or less? Or nothing? We shall see.
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Right now, Tifosi, your Galways are on the 82, 202, 64, 606, and 890 lasts. Oh, and on the Barrie last too.
post #9684 of 13395
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Originally Posted by pandaologist

I have the exact price now.

£830 for the Galway
£250 MTO surcharge
£100 for shearling lining

So a 202 Galway is £1080 without shearling, and £1180 with.

Edit: If I recall correctly, it would be an extra £200 to get it in shell.

Shame on you all for not going apesh$t gaga OCD f@cking nutsoid over this last part. Though it sounds wrong based on earlier info. Yeah, sorry for consecutive posts...
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post


Excellent! 2 outstanding gentlemen and me on this makeup. 3 more?

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

looks great! from that angle, apron has a soft rounded oval shape


@Leaves
@GabrielOB
@Skoaktiebolaget


hey guys, can one of you talk to the fine folks at EG and ask them what is the deal vith Nevis on 606 last?

Why is it that we see softly rounded apron Dover made on 606 last but squared apron on Nevis made on 606 last?

How come there a pictures of Nevis made on 606 last with the softly squared apron?

Is that green lining possible?
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Originally Posted by pandaologist

I have the exact price now.

£830 for the Galway
£250 MTO surcharge
£100 for shearling lining

So a 202 Galway is £1080 without shearling, and £1180 with.

Edit: If I recall correctly, it would be an extra £200 to get it in shell.

Shame on you all for not going apesh$t gaga OCD f@cking nutsoid over this last part. Yeah, sorry for consecutive posts...

The last thing I saw from Leaves was that EG will not make a Galway in shell.

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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post
 

The last thing I saw from Leaves was that EG will not make a Galway in shell.

the Alderley however...

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dont know for sure but i suspect has something to do with construction of galway which is faux captoe
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^ All good points but I expected speculation as to a change to run wild...
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

dont know for sure but i suspect has something to do with construction of galway which is faux captoe

I remember you posted this back when this was discussed earlier. I forget if Leaves gave a specific reason or not, but I'm pretty sure he posted EGs response in this thread a couple of pages back.

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