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

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

  1. nishant

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    Thanks gents. While not as aggressive as the Thorpes, they are certainly much more comfortable..
     

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    Suede Galways today.. Insanely comfy.

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    Yessir .. 72.
     

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    THIS is seriously the most beautiful pair of EGs I’ve seen on this thread. That is one classic, super-fine pair of shoes. First ones that have made me truly envious.
     

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    I don’t know what that means. There is no extra patina . It’s standard burnishing done by EG.
     

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    Don’t feed trolls.
     

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    Has anyone else had issues with the heels of the R1 rubber sole? The outermost rubber layer has separated at the back of the heel on both of my Dovers.

    It looks like it’s extending back past the leather part a bit now, I’m wondering if the changes in temperature had anything to do with it.
     

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    @jimney My guidance would be to send a message to [email protected] and politely articulate your exact question with some pictures for perspective. I would be shocked if they did not take care of you.
     

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    Sorry, meant burnishing. Over the top.
     

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    Claverton in Chameleon antique today:cheers:

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    Another query about resinated 88s. I found a lovely neglected pair in my closet that is 11.5/12 E. Now, I fit in the 11 E for 82 pretty well, and 11 D 202 even better. So should I try to downsize the new 88, if there is such a thing? I suppose I could see if Foster is using that again to check out fit, but has any 88 partisan lived through orders in the last few years?
     

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