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Very cool collection. Thank you for sharing. What's the Nevis makeup for which you wait?

I amend all earlier statements. Tan Kudu is cool.

I wish this Isham in Kudu were offered again. I prefer the Nevis to the Thorpe, so the Thorpe GMTO in Kudu holds little interest for me.
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Wow, Steven. You do not mess around. Outstanding collection!
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^^^ Damn straight.  I do so love those green Galways.
Thanks! Waiting on Oak Willow Nevis

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I need Dark Oak / Walnut CC F82

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^ Agreed, that looks awesome!

It's probably my favorite boot, almost bought a spare pair last preorder
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There were people interested in Isham in kudu but that project died down it seems.

'Tis a shame.
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'Tis a shame.


Agreed!!

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Agreed!!

Every time I try to order or consider something from a maker other than EG, my efforts are stymied. Oh well. No Kudu for me at this moment.

Has Kudu been discontinued? I still want to see those make ups in pingrain from Edward Green.
Btw, I have discovered a few other archived materials that may still be available.
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Every time I try to order or consider something from a maker other than EG, my efforts are stymied. Oh well. No Kudu for me at this moment.

Has Kudu been discontinued? I still want to see those make ups in pingrain from Edward Green.
Btw, I have discovered a few other archived materials that may still be available.


Not sure whether it was discontinued or not, but @Leaves did say there was a limited supply of 40 pairs available.

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Every time I try to order or consider something from a maker other than EG, my efforts are stymied. Oh well. No Kudu for me at this moment.

Has Kudu been discontinued? I still want to see those make ups in pingrain from Edward Green.
Btw, I have discovered a few other archived materials that may still be available.

Do tell please.
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Thanks! Waiting on Oak Willow Nevis

It's probably my favorite boot, almost bought a spare pair last preorder

 

All those boots are amazing but that zug 64 is off the chain!  Wish there was still some zug around.

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Every time I see those Edward Green Lanterns I tell myself to be strong and I have kids to put through college..
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Every time I see those Edward Green Lanterns I tell myself the kids will have to be strong and I have kids to put themselves through college..

My thinking is very similar and yet very different.  ^

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My thinking is very similar and yet very different.  ^
Hahaha!
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Every time I see those Edward Green Lanterns I tell myself to be strong and I have kids to put through college..
that's what student loans are for. Duh, it gives them a reason to work hard because it's their money.
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that's what student loans are for. Duh, it gives them a reason to work hard because it's their money.


I completely agree. And if they are smart they will take out a bit extra to spend on good shoes like I have done all through medical school! In the long run it actually saves money, because the difference in long term cost is not as high as most expect. Plus having a lot of pairs while the prices are low (before inflation over the future years) actually is less than the interest accrued on the extra loan taken out. That was my mentality, but not going excessive!

 

Plus it makes you work harder because you know that you have to do well and get a great job to pay it off!

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I can't tell if you guys are being serious, joking or a bit of both. I'll pay for the their colleges, they pay their way through medical school. That's what I did and it worked out pretty well. Now back to those boots...
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First wear of the Kudu Isham today:


Wish Thrope was in another color so I could get it too, like the grey they used to have.
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I can't tell if you guys are being serious, joking or a bit of both. I'll pay for the their colleges, they pay their way through medical school. That's what I did and it worked out pretty well. Now back to those boots...


haha. I think it was a bit of both! I actually did what I said for myself but i think it would be a joke for most people! 

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