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post #136 of 265
I got the Fawlsley, 888 in black to replace aged AE park aves. This will be my first pair of EG.
post #137 of 265
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
Agreed. Mine is on 606, too. If I had this shoe on 82 or 888, I would go with a single sole, or possibly the HAF. While we are on the subject, how does William II differ from William I?
The (pseudo-) toe cap is done like the faux toe cap of the Langton. I am not yet sure if this new feature suits this model.
post #138 of 265
I picked up the Hythe in burnt pine aswell. Did I miss any forum members - I arrived at Green's around half past two yesterday?



post #139 of 265
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Originally Posted by sysdoc View Post
The (pseudo-) toe cap is done like the faux toe cap of the Langton. I am not yet sure if this new feature suits this model.

Thanks sysdoc, it's good to know as I have a pair headed my way.
post #140 of 265
picked up the Hythe in Burnt Pine as well . . .
post #141 of 265
Final tally for me.... HYTHE BURNT PINE 888 SIZE FAWSLEY BLACK 888 SIZE CANTERBURY BLACK 808 SIZE CHELSEA DARK OAK 82 SIZE The Hythe look great jj!
post #142 of 265
I snagged the Hythe in Burnt Pine on the 888. Hope it fits. Let time I got a shoe on the 888 it was a 10F and it was too short and too narrow. This time I got it in the 10.5F, so hopefully it will be just right.
post #143 of 265
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Originally Posted by sysdoc View Post
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Right now, Lobb and G&G are all I need. I am not so crazy about EG anymore ... their stuff is starting to get old and the TD-line is seriously overpriced.
I got some John Lobb balmorals this past week (and at a price somewhat less than Edward Green's sale prices). I hope I can try on some and see for myself if they are the equal or better than John Lobb.
post #144 of 265
Anyone who didn't jump in early may want to check anyway. Perhaps the exchange rate is slowing the sale, or perhaps I just wear an odd size.

I nearly slept through this sale until two days ago when I realized it must be sale time. Found this thread, found the shoes in my size (10F on 888 or 82 last) and ordered the Beaulieu in Dark Oak on the 82 last.

As always, the gents in London were a pleasure. I'm not a shoe horse like many here, but I've now picked up one pair at each of the past 3 sales. Before you know it, I'll have a nice selection of EG growing.

Anyways - if you didn't already purchase, it may not be too late to try.
post #145 of 265
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Originally Posted by jmatt View Post
Anyone who didn't jump in early may want to check anyway.
The sale only started a week ago
post #146 of 265
I think "may" was a modal, not a date.
post #147 of 265
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
I think "may" was a modal, not a date.

me don't speak the english too very well, OK?
post #148 of 265
Ca va.
post #149 of 265
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
I think "may" was a modal, not a date.

Yes. lol.

I didn't say "anyone who didn't jump in in May may want....."

Historically, a lot of the shoes are snatched up in the first 6 hours - many in 24-48 hours. I was pleasantly surprised to find mine still available a week after the sale started.
post #150 of 265
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Originally Posted by pkincy View Post
My foot over 5-6 pair of RLPL in 8.5/9D and 3 pair of EG in 8.5/9E is that RLPLs are EG 8.5/9D. I can wear them after some painful breaking in and stretching but the E width fits my US D width foot much much better.

However others think the D width is like a US D width. Not true for my foot.
Resurrecting this discussion... is it possible RLPLs and EGs have a different angle of instep but otherwise the same width?
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