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post #2161 of 3331
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Thank you, I really do like them. They are write up there with my stcrispin button boots biggrin.gif

I remember your SC button boots, but this ones are cut above the best. Enjoy both:fonz:

post #2162 of 3331

Hello,

 

Will also post this on the Edward Green thread. I am in the process of ordering a pair of Galways. They are going to be on the 202 last. I am hoping to get some suggestions regarding the make-up. 

 

I want the boots to be hard-wearing and versatile. So something that I can wear to work (business casual), a leisurely walk in the park, to dinner and even the beach maybe. I really like the feel of the Delapre calf that they have been using. I am thinking a dark-brown or navy shade of the smooth Delapre calf (not the printed Delapre Utah) with a perforated cap-toe and Dainite sole.

 

What do you guys think of this? It is my first pair of Galways so I would really appreciate the feedback.

 

Thanks in advance.

post #2163 of 3331
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke19 View Post
 

Hello,

 

Will also post this on the Edward Green thread. I am in the process of ordering a pair of Galways. They are going to be on the 202 last. I am hoping to get some suggestions regarding the make-up. 

 

I want the boots to be hard-wearing and versatile. So something that I can wear to work (business casual), a leisurely walk in the park, to dinner and even the beach maybe. I really like the feel of the Delapre calf that they have been using. I am thinking a dark-brown or navy shade of the smooth Delapre calf (not the printed Delapre Utah) with a perforated cap-toe and Dainite sole.

 

What do you guys think of this? It is my first pair of Galways so I would really appreciate the feedback.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

my suggestion would be a standard 202 galway  model in burgundy delapre vamp with a burgundy Utah shaft, on a dainite sole.

post #2164 of 3331
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my suggestion would be a standard 202 galway  model in burgundy delapre vamp with a burgundy Utah shaft, on a dainite sole.

Damn. I'm about to order that right now. 

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Damn. I'm about to order that right now. 

Is that offered as a stock model anywhere, or MTO only?
post #2166 of 3331
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Originally Posted by Mutombo View Post


Is that offered as a stock model anywhere, or MTO only?

No. I believe that would be MTO only. If it's out there as stock, I'd like to know!

post #2167 of 3331
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Originally Posted by sleepyinsanfran View Post
 

 

my suggestion would be a standard 202 galway  model in burgundy delapre vamp with a burgundy Utah shaft, on a dainite sole.


Great suggestion.  I've seen the brown utah Galway locally and it is a terrific understated boot, but this sounds more interesting.

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Thanks that's a make-up I've wanted to mto for a while, but I can't justify a fourth galway, however much I try :p

post #2169 of 3331

I still have a few to go to round out the collection, but it's not bad so far.

 

 

 

(Bottom picture - left to right)  Tricker's for Herring's, Alfred Sargent, Tricker's, Alden, Tricker's for Norse, Cheaney for RRL, Tricker's, Tricker's, Tricker's for Herring's.


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I still have a few to go to round out the collection, but it's not bad so far.

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(Bottom picture - left to right)  Tricker's for Herring's, Alfred Sargent, Tricker's, Alden, Tricker's for Norse, Cheaney for RRL, Tricker's, Tricker's, Tricker's for Herring's.

 

 

nice lineup!  I like the well-thought out variation in styles/colors/materials!

post #2171 of 3331
Boot guus not sure if this is the best spot but im about to oull the trigger on Alen Edmond First aves. And since they are an ebay purchase I am nervous over fit. Could anybody speak to the 201 last? Do you size down? Does it run narrow? It looks like a size dow. And regular width but I am having troubles confirming my suspicions.
Thank you for your help!
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I know these were posted earlier in the week, but can one ever get enough peccary?









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My current button boot line-up.....





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My current button boot line-up.....

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Love the quartet of buttton boots you got there!  The peccary shaft ones definitely stand out, but the blake ones on the right are so sleek-- do they fit similar to the 74945 lasted ones?

post #2175 of 3331

I recently bought a pair of Jack Erwin "Carter" boots in burgundy. The fit is snug, and I've kept a pair of wooden shoe inserts in them for a few months to help with stretching, although I'm not sure if that will help. These are made in spain, goodyear constructed

and very hard to break in. But for $225.00, I guess I can't be choosy. I love the design and I hope they'll get better with time.

 

http://www.jackerwin.com/products/carter-wingtip-combat-boot-burgundy-full-grain

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