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Choosing the stylish norwegian split toe

Please choose one

  • Edward Green Dover

    Votes: 5 50.0%
  • Gaziano & Girling Hove

    Votes: 3 30.0%
  • Crockett & Jones Clarendon

    Votes: 2 20.0%
  • Dinckelacker Luzern

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • neither (please advise yours)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters


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May 30, 2012
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I start to love norwegian-style derby (aca blucher) shoes, decided that I missed a pair.
I don't like the rough seams, prefering this style below.
Next 2 weeks I'll have a chance to try the fit of the lasts during my Europe cartrip.

EG Dover, 606 last, HAF, circa 1200usd

G&G Hove, TG73, single leather sole, circa 1000usd

or maybe try shoes from another league, still looks and fits well and are cheaper (why not to save few bucks?):

C&J Clarendon in shell (handgrade), 358 last, single leather sole, circa 800usd

Dinckelacker, Luzern last, double leather sole, circ 700usd suede / 890usd cordovan

Or maybe you don't like all and can give me better advise?
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