Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
These are lovely boots, enjoy.
Very nice, even more dresssy than Galway on 82
I agree the boots above are classy then the boots I have on today
My new Chelsea 202s in Black. I was down down in London yesterday so went to the Jermyn street shop to try on a pair and ended up buying them. I was traveling light so they very kindly shipped them up to me in Scotland. Can't wait untill Monday to wear them in angeer for the first time.
These are my first pair of Edward Greens as I've allways been a Corcket and Jones man in the past
Appoigies for the rubbish photo but I'm at work.
606, 202, & 32 according to the catalog.
Thanks, gents. That's smoke suede and the 888 last, in case anyone didn't know.
BTW, sdolina - the Galway is generally considered a 'country boot' from what I gather, hence the more casual appearance - often paired with heavy soles, e.g., the ridgeway, for tromping about the fens and so forth.
A classic shoe - hope they work for you.
A classic. Great pair.
wear in good health
very happy that you are feeling better
good looking cap toes wear in good health
Nice make-up, sdolina!! Well worth the wait!
Beautiful classic shoes, enjoy.
Congratulations, jamiemcp. Great buy- I recently bought the Chelseas as my first EG, too, albeit on the 82 last. How was the fit? Snug or instantly comfortable? Try any other models or lasts? Enjoy the shoes, Snap
Thanks, uncle - appreciate it.
It seems that Brooks Brothers has picked up where RL left off. They currently have 14 EG models on their website - http://www.brooksbrothers.com/on/de...thers-Site/default/Search-Show?q=edward green
Yet it seems that EG is always excluded from their sales. Has anyone managed to snag a pair from BB at a discount?
Wanted: RLPL Grant and MacKay in Dark Oak and Black, US size 10.5
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