The answer is a qualified "yes." First, you have to determine whether you feel comfortable spending the money. Unless you are swimming in dough, we're only talking about an occasional purchase of Greens, such as once a year. I know people that could buy and sell me ten times over, and they would never consider spending more than $100 for shoes. Therefore, you must feel comfortable with the expenditure. If you are uncomfortable with the cost, then you should forego the purchase. Second, on a pure quality and taste level, Edward Greens are the best RTW English shoes. Period. As far as I am concerned, they are better than the Lobb RTW which are more expensive. Hardy Amies in his masterpiece, An Englishman's Suit
, said that in order to be well dressed you must buy the best shoes possible. He advocated bespoke shoes although he did not encourage bespoke clothing. He admonished that if you cannot afford bespoke, then buy shoes that look bespoke. Edward Green fits the bill.