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Edward Green Appreciation: Pictures, Info, and Where to Buy
I have a pair of new in the box dark oak Edward Green Chelseas in size 9.5/10 E that I wish to sell. I have posted them on the buying and selling classified thread, but activity there seems muted. If anyone is interested, PM me. Awesome classic shoes at a discount. Thanks.
Anyone else found themselves between sizes for EG or unsure of the US/UK conversion they suggest? I'm a US 11D and I have 2 pairs of galways in 10.5E on the 82 last--one in utah and another in CC. The Utah ones stretched a ton so I have total closure on the laces even with a thick boot sock, while the CC ones fit better I still can easily fit in them with a thick boot sock. Is this a function of the boot pattern [open lacing] having more volume and the same size should work for regular oxfords or is this a sign if I wanted a proper pair of oxfords I should go down to UK 10E instead?