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post #136 of 210
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

unique comes to my mind.

What is that color called? Shiny...
post #137 of 210
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What is that color called? Shiny...

apple jam with cinnamon
post #138 of 210
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What is that color called? Shiny...

Definitely unique, lol. According to the box it is chameleon, whatever the hell that is.
post #139 of 210
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Definitely unique, lol. According to the box it is chameleon, whatever the hell that is.
I'll give it to EG, they have more colors than Skittles
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apple jam with cinnamon
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post #140 of 210
Go ahead and rationalize it anyway you want. lol8[1].gif

I'm pissed because a friend who was studying abroad in London just came back to the states 2 weeks ago. Efff
post #141 of 210
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Go ahead and rationalize it anyway you want. lol8[1].gif
I'm pissed because a friend who was studying abroad in London just came back to the states 2 weeks ago. Efff

We need more friends tongue.gif
post #142 of 210
ha! true but it goes both ways... next thing you know you'll be helping 20 people move
post #143 of 210
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ha! true but it goes both ways... next thing you know you'll be helping 20 people move

Did I mention I'm moving in Sept? I think those Galways of yours would do well carrying boxes down NYC sidewalks.

I'm still curious of how those shell Oundles look...
post #144 of 210
+1. Whiskey shell at that
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when should we expect part of these sales to end up on the bay?

post #146 of 210
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post


i assume my friend is talking about scotchgrain/CC in EG terms, which some regard as not on par with carefully treated crust leather and the likes.
afaik, he is a big proponent of EG at least what he had to say about the differences between C&J versus EG.


fritzl,

 

the day I am told how to get nice Vass shoes for £300 pounds is the day I will start buying them.(no way i am going to feed some low life in ebay)

 

feel free to let me know how

 

Note that while I really like EG I am not dogmatic on these things e.g I love quality Italian shoes, it is only that it is difficult to source them at reasonable prices in the UK so I am limited to a few santonis for dunhill ,a few more zegna couture, tramezza/LO ferragamos.

 

Planning to go to the Marche region later this year on an adventure trip.

post #147 of 210
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Originally Posted by clbcs View Post


fritzl,

the day I am told how to get nice Vass shoes for £300 pounds is the day I will start buying them.(no way i am going to feed some low life in ebay)

feel free to let me know how

Note that while I really like EG I am not dogmatic on these things e.g I love quality Italian shoes, it is only that it is difficult to source them at reasonable prices in the UK so I am limited to a few santonis for dunhill ,a few more zegna couture, tramezza/LO ferragamos.

Planning to go to the Marche region later this year on an adventure trip.

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i promise nothing, but i hold up to everything. i definitely let you know. if you mean karl(ascot) with low life, i fully agree. i wouldn't feed this guy, he's an allowed crook(judging from pictures), imo.

i hope you can compensate and teach me about proper fiddle back waists.
post #148 of 210
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

I managed to pop along this afternoon as well. There was no queue and only one other person in the shop at the time. Was disappointed not to find any ties that I liked but was able to get a shirt and my first two pairs of EGs.
I almost paid full price for this shirt about a month back so I was really happy to find it in the sale.

I'm really happy with the shoes I got. I went along looking for a pair of brown shoes and came out with something completely different.


I then almost bought another pair in a similar colour to these but they were too small unfortunately but luckily for me they were restocking the shelves at the time and they put these badboys up. I just think they are amazing.


I'd say that it's definitely worth popping in again if you've already been. The impression I got was that even the staff weren't 100% sure what stock they had in the back and were just bringing new stock out as they sold the shoes on the shopfloor. By the way, if you have small feet you simply have to go down. They had some amazing models in the smaller sizes.

Please tell me you're not a size 11.

Those boots are stunning.
Edited by qbessi - 7/20/12 at 6:09pm
post #149 of 210
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

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i promise nothing, but i hold up to everything. i definitely let you know. if you mean karl(ascot) with low life, i fully agree. i wouldn't feed this guy, he's an allowed crook(judging from pictures), imo.
i hope you can compensate and teach me about proper fiddle back waists.

Why does everyone hate ascot so much?.
post #150 of 210

hi ascot biggrin.gif
 

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