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post #12661 of 23796
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Originally Posted by tdes81 View Post
 


Is the E-Width a wider width (like where D is a regular width)?


The E width for Gaziano and Girling is their normal width just as it is for Edward Green. The E width is fairly comparable to an American D. However for more exact fitting and guidance email those kind folks at SkoaktieBolaget.

 

Skoaktiebolaget Sales Department <sales@skoaktiebolaget.se>

post #12662 of 23796
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Gaziano & Girling St James II Cedar/Kudu GMTO now open


http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/gmto-deposit-st-james-ii-kudu-cedar
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Huh, not quite the reaction that you received from a certain Zug Pre-Order.

 

 

But then again it's only a G&G shoe, Ah what do you expect. LOL

post #12663 of 23796
They're nice. Not quite at the Zug level to me.

It's the sort of makeup that intrigues me. But it's really hard for me to appreciate the full quality of the makeup without handling swatches and/or seeing a sample pair in person. Then again, I'm conservative.
post #12664 of 23796
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Originally Posted by smoothie1 View Post

They're nice. Not quite at the Zug level to me.

It's the sort of makeup that intrigues me. But it's really hard for me to appreciate the full quality of the makeup without handling swatches and/or seeing a sample pair in person. Then again, I'm conservative.

Maybe you should join my all kudu Wells makeup

http://www.styleforum.net/t/236162/gaziano-girling-appreciation-shoe-appreciation-theard/15420#post_7872253
post #12665 of 23796
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Originally Posted by smoothie1 View Post

They're nice. Not quite at the Zug level to me.

It's the sort of makeup that intrigues me. But it's really hard for me to appreciate the full quality of the makeup without handling swatches and/or seeing a sample pair in person. Then again, I'm conservative.

The Zug Galway will always be something special to me. The Galway is such a great design and Heather Gorse is such an extremely functional leather. Great match all around.

However for a bit more dressier but casual wear this shoe gets high marks in my book. I like boots and shoes with a bit of character. Nothing better than something with more than one type of leather and color from time to time. This one is more subtle than most, kind of classy if you ask me. Besides I've been thinking of an excuse to get the G&G St James and this combination hits the spot. I can easily see these working with dress slacks and jeans.
post #12666 of 23796
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

The Zug Galway will always be something special to me. The Galway is such a great design and Heather Gorse is extremely functional. Great match all around.
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You are gonna make @tifosi cry
post #12667 of 23796
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You are gonna make @tifosi cry


If only EG would listen, and make one more Zug for @tifosi. LOL
post #12668 of 23796

Hi all,

 

 

I'm curious to see if there are women (or their special friends) in here who would be interested in starting a group MTO for Carmina shell cordovan shoes/boots.

 

Very curious.

 

 

Minthe

post #12669 of 23796
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Originally Posted by minthe View Post
 

Hi all,

 

 

I'm curious to see if there are women (or their special friends) in here who would be interested in starting a group MTO for Carmina shell cordovan shoes/boots.

 

Very curious.

 

 

Minthe

Women? :eek:

 

LOL

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^ I would not be down for shell but would absolutely consider a calf boot for my wife.
post #12671 of 23796
My gf tried to get a shell carmina in store so she is definitely in
post #12672 of 23796
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Originally Posted by minthe View Post
 

Hi all,

 

 

I'm curious to see if there are women (or their special friends) in here who would be interested in starting a group MTO for Carmina shell cordovan shoes/boots.

 

Very curious.

 

 

Minthe


In all honesty, I actually think women would be a welcome addition to this traditionally all male thread.:cheers:

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Thanks for showing some interest! I wouldn't say no to a nice calf Carmina shoe, but right now I'm really on a mission to see if I can ever ever find a cordovan shoe that fits me... 

post #12674 of 23796
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

My gf tried to get a shell carmina in store so she is definitely in

Yeah! Stevent, we're off to a good start here...

post #12675 of 23796
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Originally Posted by minthe View Post
 

Thanks for showing some interest! I wouldn't say no to a nice calf Carmina shoe, but right now I'm really on a mission to see if I can ever ever find a cordovan shoe that fits me... 


The problem with Cordovan currently is that it's harder to get right now. A shortage you might say. So Group MTOs are rarely if at all accepted through most shoemakers except when a shoemaker allocates a certain number of shoes or boots to a specific retailer. Best at this point to approach this request as a single MTO.

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