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

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  1. mrjester

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    I'll be adding the same pics in a few days here! [​IMG]

    Just got these. Hope they fit, got 10.5 on 888 and I'm a 10.5 on Carminas Simpson.

    I was going to sell my Carminas to help fund these. But then I had a crazy thought. Why not keep both?!

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  2. laufer

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    Please report back on the fit of those in comparison to Simpson last. I am staying away from Simpson last due to uncertainties of the fit. I take 10 uk in Rain last and 10.5 uk in 888 last. I was told to go up a half a size on.Simpson.
     


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    ^ i agree with your simpson sizing. i take the same size in simpson/alcudia as i do my EGs
     


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    I find Inca and Rain a little generous in the width. I don't want to size down because the fit is good under my arch and at the ball of my foot.

    I am a US 10.5 and go with a UK 9.5 in EG and G&G. I have the Inca and Rain in a 9.5 as well. I got a Simpson 9.5 and it fits much more like the 9.5 EG. Very (though not too) snuff.

    I would only size up on the Simpson if you are finding Rain to be the perfect fit. If, like me, you find Rain a little roomy, Simpson in the same size should be fine.
     


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    If you take 10uk rain its 10.5 Simpson. That's that.

    Glad to hear the 888 should fit me. I may be selling some Inca double monks. 10.5. Not sure
     


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    We have five Edward Green models that will go on sale later this week. We will post pictures and sizes as soon as possible.
    Unipair Guy
     


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    Please do, thank you westminsters in dark oak would be a good idea. Just sayin
     


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    Sales stock update:

    Edward Green Style Forum Sale – 30% off on selected models (X-post from our affiliate thread)

    Dear Style Forum members, we at Skoaktiebolaget are now offering a sale on selected Edward Green models. Please e-mail us to place your order [email protected] . All prices are reduced about 30% on selected models. World Wide Shipping is 300 SEK. Skoaktiebolaget Shoe Trees are 640 SEK ex VAT. We use PayPal for all online transaction. Please include your PayPal address and shipping address with your order.

    Asquith in Dark Oak, 888 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 8.5 and 9.5. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555)
    Belgravia in Chestnut, 184 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 9, 9.5, 10. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555)
    Galway in Dark Oak/Walnut Country Calf, 82 last, E-fitting. Size UK 9. 6700 SEK (5360 ex VAT = approx. $790)
    Montpellier in Hazel, 184 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555)
    Picadilly in Dark Oak, 184 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 9.5, 10. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555)
    Westminster in Maple, 888 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 8.5, 9, 9.5. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555)
    Westminster in Bauxite, 888 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 9, 9.5. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555) NOTE: a lot of people on the fence for this model, running out in stock
    Westminster in Dark Oak, 888 last, E-fitting. Sizes UK 10.5. 4700 SEK (3760 SEK ex VAT = approx. $555)

    EDIT: updated stock left
     
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    Thanks everyone for the heads-up on the sale - just ordered a pair of the Midford's in black 6.5/7, not the most exciting option, but I really needed a solid dress shoe. They kindly enough shipped them out to me in NYC this evening.
     


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    Bought it from Jermyn St.?
     


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    It's a blessing they don't have the Galways in UK8.
     


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    How are people on the fence about the Westminster in Bauxite? I'd be so happy to own that. If it was in 10.5, I WOULD own that.
     


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    Argh! My size too! But no buying for now. Eventually want a Beaulieu though... Let me know if you a relatively new pair sitting unworn you want to move. :)
     


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    Got a chance to go to Jermyn Street today, they did have shoes in all sizes but not crowded; they did have a lot more shoes in suede compared to previous sales and only a small bunch of socks. In previous sales, I have normally gone in the first few days rather then a week later, which may explain the difference.

    I purchased the Ladbroke in black calf, the insole read 'Edward Green for Sir Wilson Torino'; did a search on the company and found they also stock Church's and Sutor Mantellassi. This is the first time I have seen branded shoes at the Jermyn Street store.
     
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