Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
10 1/2 E.
Wow! great shoes!
They didn't have these on the website, you go to the store?
I didn't realize I'd get charged for taxes - damn.
I personally have bought 10 EG's this year, damn I'm an important customer! haha
Thanks. Trying to figure out the sizing on those from Leffot. They are marked D, so I wonder if they are US D or UK D
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Farringdon's look much better in your picture than on the website.
Hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off then an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware
SLEWFOOT: Those ankle monk boots look great and feel great....but they are a hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off than an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware
you can bend it over the shaft of a wooden spoon?
EG does not change their width markings for the United States market. A width marked "D" on EG shoes sold at Leffot is the same as an EG marked D width in the UK.
Also my experience.
Thank you both, that's the reason they are slightly narrow.
EG Downing unlined in chocolate nubuck 202 F.
The most comfortable EGs I own:
cwh, so awesome!
Malvern, mole suede, 82 last
Nice. How old are those?
I just got them yesterday
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