I purchased them directly from E.G., they had to be made, though. This style (with exception of the shaft lining, I opted for) is offered by E.G. and some other resellers as a ready to wear model. The current RTW model comes with Shearling lining. Mine were made as to my request without the aforemention lining.
I wanted them without the Shearling lining so I could wear them year round, instead of only on very cold days. I also find that Shearling lining makes the boot look too bulky around the ankles.
The double monk strap Westminster is one of our most sought after Edward Green shoes. Having a soft spot for suede leather, we have this model made for us in clove, dark navy and loden suede as well as in a burnished dark oak calf skin. All are made on the sleek 82 last with a classic rounded...
Anyone with a high instep have success with Piccadilly sizing? I find my Dovers super comfortable in a 9 UK but can’t wear this size in the 82 last as there’s not enough room in the instep. So I go up to a 9.5 but it’s honestly a little long.
So I was thinking a 9.5 in the Piccadilly as I’ve heard the instep was a bit loafer (generally true for a lot of loafers IME) or was even thinking a 9F.