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I’m not sure from where this idea that boots need a “summer break” come from. I live in FL and wear my boots all the time. I understand that if you walk a hundred blocks to go to work in the middle of the summer it’s not ideal, but that’s not everyone case
+1 but... but mah sweety feet... anything over 80 and my feet turn into a swamp.I’m not sure from where this idea that boots need a “summer break” come from. I live in FL and wear my boots all the time. I understand that if you walk a hundred blocks to go to work in the middle of the summer it’s not ideal, but that’s not everyone case
Beautiful with minimal wear. Enjoy in good health!Cross-post with The Desert Boot and Chukka thread:
Here's the newest baby to the family: Edward Green Cherwell in mink suede!
I bought these pre-owned from Skoaktiebolaget's website (from Patrick Löf's personal collection) without any prior knowledge on how EG's lasts fit me. The price and condition of the shoes were too good to pass on, so I took the gamble (with a bit of help from @jischwar ). And it paid off; they fit incredibly well!
The make up is really nice: thin but sturdy rubber sole; long, sleek yet un-offensive last that feels great on my foot; soft, fine, supple yet substantial suede in a perfect dark brown; glove interior-like lining leather throughout with a thicker, textured leather (kind of like peccary?) at key stress points; and incredibly fine stitching all throughout. I'm extremely happy with them!
Could there be a Galway in my future?