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post #16 of 17
MCA, Phil - Thanks for clearing up the subtle differences between the Banbury and Warwick Bry - One more thing to note: EG has two variations on the Dainite sole. They have a standard Dainite sole and they have a thinner one which is a Dainite sole "without middles". I believe I have the heavier one (standard) since I requested a double Dainite sole when placing the order. Regarding the Thames rubber sole, I received the following reply from Edward Green:
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The Thames sole is a little lighter in weight than the dainite with a less pronounced tread.It is probably best on a shoe intended for wet weather on a town shoe.
post #17 of 17
Another thought that I had was you might give the Lomond boot a try. Made by EG, they are basically a Banbury, but with a toe cap. I am in the process of designing a new special order, and its a take on the Lomond. Instead of using the Banbury as a base, I am going to order the Warwick with a toe cap, and a medallion. This toe cap could add some flair to a normal Banbury or Warwick, since you can brogue the toe cap, add a medallion, etc. Just a thought.
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