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

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. SuitedDx

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    Do it... :D
     


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    For the EG 'D' sizing, this is the UK D right (as opposed to the normal 'E')? I tried it on yesterday and it was pretty narrow compared to my 888 in 'E' fitting...
     


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    My preference is always for UK 'E' width ( more often than not achievable through RL).
    I sized up a full size in the Boots and the length is perfect, however slightly narrower than I would like.
     


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    Hey if they are your size and the price is right, do it.
    I have purchased from him before - quality Seller.
     


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    When I asked the SA, they reported not having any 'E' width. :(

    When you say you "sized up a full size," can you explain? Do you mean you are a US 10D and instead of going 10/10.5D you went with 10.5/11D?
     


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    The 89 is roomy enough that I size down for a better fit. That being said, the 888 might be even roomier in the area just behind the toe box (vamp?), if not the toe box itself.

    I think if you see a "D" fitting at RL, its a UK D or US C. I've purchased 3 pair recently and the boxes all say 10D, with the EG writing stating "9.5/10E/888"
     


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    The shoes aren't labeled as "E" width, they are labeled as dsmivtr indicated. So, if you get an unknowledgeable SA you are out of luck.
     


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    Agreed. He has posted many more EG's that were not included in his previous post. I'm sure his collection is above 100 pairs.
     


  9. Burton

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    Does anybody have know who stocks Edward Green belts?
     


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    It's absolutely astonishing the amount of beautiful shoes that you own.....envy times one million doesn't even come close to the amount of envy I have.....well done -Justin
     


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    Jamison II (EG for RLPL)

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    Yup,

    what do you need?
     


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    I actually was looking for a few different colors. The most pressing would be a light tan to match my Cadogans.
     


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    I was just going to contact Leffot and Edward Green directly, but if anyone has a good price on belts, I'd be interested.
     


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    This is the only thing I could find on the Leffot site

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    But no real detail on EG belts.
     
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2012


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