My favorite (and it's not going to be very original given the previous votes for the Dover) is the Halifax boot. I like it in both country and dress boot configurations. It has to be my most complimented shoe overall. Of course, I have not had the prvilege of seeing Edward Green's entire catalogue for comparison. I recently saw the Lommond
boot on ebay, and I had to immediately bump it to the top of my EG want list. Maybe next year... My favorite color is dark oak and I think it looks amazing with navy outfits. Bengal-stripe/A.Harris - Regarding the York model, I contacted Edward Green a few months ago about a plain-toe three-eyelet blucher (Ã la Lobb Perrier) and was advised that the model name is the "York." The salesperson was kind enough to fax me this sketch
of the York's unlasted uppers. I can only assume that the plain-toe York is the default design of the York, whereas the split-toe could be a special order placed by the folks at Old Vic. I'd hate for anyone (including myself) to expect one style and receive the other.