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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
It's the same pair but captured in different lighting. Dark oak/mink suede
I can see that now, that is now that you pointed that out.
Great looking boots, nice combination.
What Last are these on?
Fooled me completely.
Just bought a pair of EG Dover - chestnut
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Thank you! They are on the 64 last.
Thanks, great looking boots.
I was in J. Lawrence Khaki's in Carmel, CA, with PocketSquareGuy last weekend and snapped some pics of their Edward Greens. This seemed like a good thread on which to post them.
All I want are Beaulieu and Newbury... okay, maybe a Malvern...
Same here, I did not believe they are the same boots!
Factory Sale Report
Yesterday was my first ever trip to Northampton, and it proved to be quite an expensive trip! I took the 7:04am train from London Euston, arriving at the EG factory at approximately 9am, only to find I was 20th in the queue. Upon arrival you are shown to a waiting room, which appears to double as the staff canteen during normal working hours. I had to wait for a further half an hour before I was allowed into the stock room; they only allow a certain number of customers access simultaneously, very sensibly so as it's a small space.
It was clear straight away that there was an excellent selection in sizes 9.5 and 10 - I could have easily used up my quota of five pairs. I also took some time to check on one smaller size - 6.5 - for a forum member to whom I was proxy, alas there was nothing available which matched his requirements. I cannot provide information on any other sizes I'm afraid. Prices were a little higher than the July sale in Notting Hill: standard shoes £460, Dover £525, boots £545, Nevis £610 (minus 20% across the board). Most customers seemed to be purchasing just a pair or two. The staff were very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable.
My damage is as follows:
Chelsea, Dark Oak Antique, 82 last
Asquith, Dark Oak Antique, 888 last
Dover, Chestnut Antique, 606 last
Nevis, Chestnut Antique, 606 last
Hi, if I have a chestnut antique coloured shoe and want to purchase some sahpire cream.
What colour cream should I get if I want to maintain the same colour? Would you say light brown?
And what colour would you get if you wanted to darken the shoe?
Any pics would be great - thanks
Absolutely, good choices.
JEALOUS!!! Enjoy wearing them!
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