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

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    do you have the same size US 8.5 or did he hunt them down by chance? i only saw him selling 8.5, that's why i ask? ty
     
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    EG Monmouths

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    I didnt see another pair - these are a UK9 but they seem to fit my feet well enough. . .
     


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    maybe he has splitted his account in vintage and retro styles... anyway.
     


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    Fresh from Edward Green: MTO Chelsea, Tobacco suede on the 82 last:

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    (moved to another thread)
     
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    I wore a new pair of EGs this week and almost killed myself walking on the marble floors of the airport. The nails in the heels made it like wearing skates - I almost landed on my ass several times and had to be careful about not putting much weight on the heels. I seriously hope that the nailheads wear down or get roughed up in short order.

    Is this experience typical?
     
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    Not sure if this is typical, but it happens sometimes.
     


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    it can happen with new shoes, especially when metal is involved. it disappears quickly, though.

    it's not an EG thing...
     


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    Topy is the answer
     


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    For me, it happens on any heel that has more than a few brass nails. I now prefer a full rubber heel on my shoes. Topy, Thames, Dainite heels can be your ass saviour. I use Topy heels.
     


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