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Thank you.

I'm in ny for a good portion of the year, but sadly only leffot has Edward Greens.
Cavour carries EG and currently offers 30% off with code SF30. Limited sizes though
 

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Cavour carries EG and currently offers 30% off with code SF30. Limited sizes though
+1 on cavour if they’ve got your size. I think @kevinsvindland posted a list of the models they have coming in yesterday on their thread. Their prices are also great to start even before the SF promo but a really good deal if they have your size and what you’re looking for currently.
 

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The redwood colors look amazing. How would one style / pair specific colour trousers with them?
The red-is tones work very well with denim.
An outfit may look like this: white oxford shirt, olive field jacket and japanese selvage jeans.

Dark grey flannel or tweed also comes to mind.

Edit: And maybe browns and beige for spring and summer suiting.
 

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The red-is tones work very well with denim.
An outfit may look like this: white oxford shirt, olive field jacket and japanese selvage jeans.

Dark grey flannel or tweed also comes to mind.

Edit: And maybe browns and beige for spring and summer suiting.
Thank you for the styling tips. I'm torn between the country calf and calf options. I already have a walnut country calf and DOAK. Not sure which to purchase...
 

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The red-is tones work very well with denim.
An outfit may look like this: white oxford shirt, olive field jacket and japanese selvage jeans.

Dark grey flannel or tweed also comes to mind.

Edit: And maybe browns and beige for spring and summer suiting.
Yep - this 👆
 

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Thank you for the styling tips. I'm torn between the country calf and calf options. I already have a walnut country calf and DOAK. Not sure which to purchase...
Isn't the Styleforum answer always both?!?

In all seriousness, you could make an argument for one or both and have them be for completely different use cases. Guess it really depends on climate where you are
 

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Thank you for the styling tips. I'm torn between the country calf and calf options. I already have a walnut country calf and DOAK. Not sure which to purchase...
Redwood is fantastic, particularly if you already have a pair in CC.

Depending on your size, black is also great for the Dover. Perhaps not the most 'fun', but I find it very appealing and easy to wear.
The largest one we got a hold of here is 8,5UK, and a few pairs went out right away..
The 32 last also works very well with the Dover, but is not so commonly seen in Europe and the US.


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Pre-Covid I split my time between tokyo, macau / hk / shanghai / beijing / shenzhen and nyc. So, a mix of seasons and climates lol.
 

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Redwood is fantastic, particularly if you already have a pair in CC.

Depending on your size, black is also great for the Dover. Perhaps not the most 'fun', but I find it very appealing and easy to wear.
The largest one we got a hold of here is 8,5UK, and a few pairs went out right away..
The 32 last also works very well with the Dover, but is not so commonly seen in Europe and the US.


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Anything DOVER looks amazing to me. But yeah I swore to myself I would not buy any more black shoes. I simply have too many lol.
On another note, what's the difference between the 32 Last and 202/606? IIRC 606 and 202 only differed in the toe area right?
 

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The Dover Black London grain is just half a size larger if not that is a real great deal for a Dover..
 

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Anything DOVER looks amazing to me. But yeah I swore to myself I would not buy any more black shoes. I simply have too many lol.
On another note, what's the difference between the 32 Last and 202/606? IIRC 606 and 202 only differed in the toe area right?
The 32 is a little slimmer, and the toe is slightly longer. Compared to the 202/606 in the same size it will feel more snug.

Trying it on, I would opt for a half size up from 82 / 202 / 606.

This is the first time we stock the 32, so I dont have a ton of experience with it. I just saw some old pictures of it online, and taught it looked good.
 

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I have an Edward Green Hove single monk strap in UK9/9.5 82E Last but that was an quite old model before EG change the moulding last from wood to resin. It fits me great but wonder do I still need to down half a size now if I will to get Edward green now in 82E?
 

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