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

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  1. Fiddler

    Fiddler Senior member

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    The size and audacity of this haul are most impressive....where did you purchase from?
     


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    Bravin' the weather in style!
     


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    Trying to get as much use as I can this season. With these two and the AS Miller MTO, I have enough bal boots for each day of the work week n:decisions:ow!
     


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    Half to slightly more than half are from Leffot (some stock he had and some MTO's). Most of the others through BST here on SF or posted deals on SF. Some members - Malfordoflondon and Viral have sold me pairs.
     


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    A lot of people don't like Dainite, but I like them. I don't live in an area where there is a ton of snow and my commute is usually well-paved within a day. I use my dainite soled shoes (4 pairs) on Nasty weather days.

    Despite their look the Dainite will definitely not last forever. I think it is actually pretty comparable to single leather soles and based upon my observation they wear down at the same rate.
     


  8. sevenfoldtieguy

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    My experience with Dainite has been different in that mine have held up longer than single leather soles. Dainite is good for inclement weather.
     


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    nephew, good looking boots
     


  10. mcarthur

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    nephew,
    three day work week, you must be a congressman (two winks)
     


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    On the other 2 "off-days" I have the DC Lewis and C&J Somervilles to kick around in. :fonz:
     


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    nephew,
    very good boot wardrobe collection
     


  13. Mr. Six

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    Sizing question:

    Alden Barrie/Grant = 10.5D
    Carmina Forest/Rain/Simpson = 10UK
    AE 5 = 11D
    EG E82 = ?
    EG E888 = ?

    (My guesses would be E82 = UK10E, E888 = UK10.5E)

    My foot is somewhat narrow with medium instep. Thanks!
     


  14. sevenfoldtieguy

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    I am:
    9D alden barrie
    9.5D alden grant
    9D - AE5
    UK9D and UK9E - EG82
    UK9.5D - EG888
     


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    I take same Alden size and AE size, E82 and 888 is 10.5UK but I have wider fit. 202 fits best and 82 is good as well, 888 isn't that good a fit for me though it would be for you most likely
     


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