In looking at the recent Edward Green Catalog, I noticed the Banbury and Warwick boots. The two styles look the same. What are the differences between the two styles? Separately, I see that EG offers several different types of rubber soles: dainite, ridgeway, and a third whose name eludes me. Besides design, what are the differences? What would cause one to choose one type over another? I am considering special ordering a pair of EG shoes or boots with a rubber sole. Can anyone suggest which shoe (thinking in a pebble grain) would go well with a which rubber sole? Considering the Dover (which I have in dark oak with a leather sole) or one of the boots listed above. Which combinations would work? I am thinking of using such a shoe or boot for casual wear with cords, twills, perhaps odd trousers. Thank you.
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3/22/05 at 12:20pm