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

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Farhad19620

    Farhad19620 Senior member

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    Beautiful boots , enjoy.
     
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    It is extremely beautiful.
     
  3. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    Gorgeous!!!

    Any plans to get another version later on?

    My second pair isn't due until January or February of next year and I'm already contemplating getting another pair.
     
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    Thanks, and it's surprising how quickly they add up. I like the exotic colors but they would stay on the shelf as they're just too much for work (and weekends I prefer my casual Aldens). Is your G&G on the TG73 or Deco? Excellent color on those pair too.

    EG and G&G are killing me right now!
     
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    ???????????!??!??!?!?)!,-$-?-&/7(1@-6-?:)8:52$£@
     
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    Ha those are the exact two combos I am tossing around for my first pair of Galways... do you find you get more or less wear out of one pair vs. the other?

    Also FWIW I was eyeing the Shannons alongside the Galways even though I know they shouldn't necessarily be compared. I came down on the side of the Galways but I still think the Shannons are boss, especially with a tux.

    NAMOR what would you take for head-turningness -- Shannons or Epsoms?
     
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    Both are MTO, which model can be delivered first?
     
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    Ha great question. For the sake of argument assume equal turnaround time, only diff is the steez
     
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    Thanks for your kind words, guys! Cheers.
     
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    As I wrote, I ordered a Galway MTO in January which I haven't got yet. If I go for a third pair that would be with country calf / suede with shearling lining on last 64 and ridgeway soles.
     
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    I'm sorry Frank, I missed that.


    Very nice, more of a real winter boot.


    I'm not sure if I'll go for a third one or not, but it certainly isn't totally out of the question.
     
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    Two of the same model is enough. There are so many other makers with nice models. I'm eyeing a StC chukka :)
     
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    They have a DM ankle boot that I like a-la JLP William boot. I agree 2-3 models of the same style but different color is good... Unless you like Alden LWBs like me... :)

    For EG, thinking of eventually picking up a second pair of Dovers and later 2 Beaulieus (burgundy and slate)
     
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    That's actually one thing that might stop me from getting another one.

    I've actually considered getting a different StC boot model instead, I have one already.
     
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    What is the EG 82 last conversion size to US size? From what I've seen on most online shoe stores, they said that EG's UK sizes are half a size smaller than US. But on some places here, I've seen people say that it runs small.

    My shoe size in US is size 7.5D. Should I go with a 7 UK or 7.5UK?
     
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  20. dddrees

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    In most cases you will find that EG would be 1/2 UK size down from the US size.
     

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