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Originally Posted by LeatherSOUL View Post


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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

If I were going to do something MTO in EG and wanted to go bold, I'd do one of there very light tan colors, like antique acorn.




The last time I checked, EG is only using Acorn Antique for 2-tones now due to the difficulty of working with the light color leather. Unless your name is APortnoy.

This is interesting, so get this I placed order for Acorn Antique and I received Edwardian Antique instead. Edward Green insists it's the same base color which can be made lighter or darker depending how you polish shoes. Sometimes EG can really drive you nuts.