Most Edward Green shoes are "pedestrian" looking. It's not like they are doing any really unique designs, and their lasts are elegant but not so much different than Grenson. The thing with EG is that the quality of their leather is fantastic, they are very comfortable, they last forever (seriously, my Cardiffs broke in without any ugly creasing), their construction is first-rate, and their lasts are just a bit more elegant than their English competitors. So, the distinctiveness of the broguing or what have you is not what will drive the price.
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2/11/05 at 6:31pm