Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
Beautiful boots , enjoy.
It is extremely beautiful.
Any plans to get another version later on?
My second pair isn't due until January or February of next year and I'm already contemplating getting another pair.
Thanks, and it's surprising how quickly they add up. I like the exotic colors but they would stay on the shelf as they're just too much for work (and weekends I prefer my casual Aldens). Is your G&G on the TG73 or Deco? Excellent color on those pair too.
EG and G&G are killing me right now!
Ha those are the exact two combos I am tossing around for my first pair of Galways... do you find you get more or less wear out of one pair vs. the other?
Also FWIW I was eyeing the Shannons alongside the Galways even though I know they shouldn't necessarily be compared. I came down on the side of the Galways but I still think the Shannons are boss, especially with a tux.
NAMOR what would you take for head-turningness -- Shannons or Epsoms?
Both are MTO, which model can be delivered first?
Ha great question. For the sake of argument assume equal turnaround time, only diff is the steez
Thanks for your kind words, guys! Cheers.
As I wrote, I ordered a Galway MTO in January which I haven't got yet. If I go for a third pair that would be with country calf / suede with shearling lining on last 64 and ridgeway soles.
I'm sorry Frank, I missed that.
Very nice, more of a real winter boot.
I'm not sure if I'll go for a third one or not, but it certainly isn't totally out of the question.
Two of the same model is enough. There are so many other makers with nice models. I'm eyeing a StC chukka
They have a DM ankle boot that I like a-la JLP William boot. I agree 2-3 models of the same style but different color is good... Unless you like Alden LWBs like me...
For EG, thinking of eventually picking up a second pair of Dovers and later 2 Beaulieus (burgundy and slate)
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