Edward Green Appreciation: Pictures, Info, and Where to Buy

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  1. Leaves

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    8700 SEK (6960 ex VAT).
     


  2. mrbrioni

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    Sounds beautiful!

    What's the time frame for delivery?
     


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    Sounds amazing. Another one I think would be really cool would be the same boot in black shell or black scotch grain
     


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    4-5 months usually for MTO from EG.
     


  5. nepats81

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    I'm in , but would need it to be on an 82 last for me. I'm a D width...would that be an issue?
     


  6. Frank the sheep

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    I boot like that should be on last 82, i think 202 is to round. Guess that all shoes must be the same width?

    Found some pics from Leffot of a monk on last 82 in nightshade calf

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    That would make a cool boot but the single color/texture is turning me off.
     


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    Can you show me the difference between Nightshade and Antique Burgundy?
     


  9. laufer

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    Noonan,

    Nightshade is darker shade of burgundy if you have saphir burgundy polish it looks like that antique burgundy is lighter shade of burgundy.
     


  10. Noonan

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    That's sort of what I thought. Nightshade would be more like cordo #8. I am tempted to MTO those Epson's with a complementary suede in Antique Burgundy.

    Leaves - if you've any ideas, shoot me a PM.
     


  11. Patek

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    :slayer: This I could get into.
     


  12. Harrydog

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    Why do you need a group order? Doesn't EG do single MTO? Will the group order waive the upcharge for MTO?
     


  13. Patek

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    Short answer:

    Yes.
     


  14. Noonan

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    Patek - Maybe we could get 6 for the Epson? Again, I think Antique Burgundy for the lower and maybe a mole suede (or something else complementary - but not over the top) for the upper. What are your thoughts? BTW - what's the price delta between MTO and group MTO?
     


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    Anyone get a chance to check the the Mansion to see what shoes are on sale? Work and travel have been too hectic because of Sandy.
     


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