Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
really like these
That's actually one thing that might stop me from getting another one.
I've actually considered getting a different StC boot model instead, I have one already.
Those are nice, however I still like the dark oak\walnut better myself.
It's just a tad lighter.
What is the EG 82 last conversion size to US size? From what I've seen on most online shoe stores, they said that EG's UK sizes are half a size smaller than US. But on some places here, I've seen people say that it runs small.
My shoe size in US is size 7.5D. Should I go with a 7 UK or 7.5UK?
In most cases you will find that EG would be 1/2 UK size down from the US size.
agreed I just ordered that same make up. These caught my eye but quite often I am shackled by my conservative nature.
So a UK 7 should be just fine?
Probably look for a size "7/7 1/2 E82"
The "7" is the UK size; "7 1/2" US, "E" width (some argue that "E" = US D whereas others will say "E" = US E, so this is very subjective; my experience is the former), and "82" is the last.
Hope this helps.
Well, hopefully E = US D because I have a slim foot -- on standard widths, I always tighten my Oxfords and Derbies as much as they can be tightened.
I picked these up from Malford:
10) Edward Green "Silverstone" SOLD
Size: UK 8 / US 8.5
Fitting: UK E (Standard)
B grade?: Yes
Fault: Unable to locate
They are great, but a bit wide for me. I think that I need 8/8.5D
I'd be happy to trade for a pair in my size or ship to you at my cost (i.e., what I paid malford + what it costs to ship to you).
Those look exactly like GG Arrans
This is, IMO, the only Galway make-up that gives his Dark Oak brother a run for his money. And I dare say this make-up beats out said brother, if only by a few inches. Bronze Antique is a wonderfully rich, very, very dark brown.
Those have a black shaft? Thats interesting..
It's a lovely boot, but the non-64 lasted Galways can hardly be described as a 'country boot' as per both LSH and Leffot...they're closer to dress shoes than a tramping boot, IMHO.
I certainly consider it a dress boot, but then again that's one of the reasons why I like it.
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