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

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

  1. Leaves

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    Yes you can, for singel MTOs only though. We have Falkirk in Edwardian incoming within a few seeks.
     


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    I have PMed @Leaves to vote for Brandy Willow Nevis
     


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    Best of luck with the cat-herding. I decided to go the single MTO route with the brown Willow, and now I just have to decide on Dover versus Nevis versus Banbury. Nevis is probably eliminated because I have a few nice derby boots in the brown spectrum including my Galways. Still want a Nevis badly, but will likely go for something burgundy when I do.

    Anyway, looking forward to what you guys come up with for the beautiful Brandy!
     


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    Their online communications are still open.

    But no 6.5E. :(

    For me, my toe probably goes up tp the brogue that starts to turn so maybe an inch? The 888 works well for me.
     


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    very cool, ROger! Glad you got in on the brown as it went pretty quick. I know you are a chukka guy like me and I would vote for the Banbury. I think the Dovers look very good in county calf and you could order that at any point. Whereas I think the chukka will look better in willow than CC. Just me $.02

    I am going MTO as well and doing the Ullswater in Brandy Willow.
     


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    ^^^ Cheers my man. I'll look forward to seeing your MTOs as well, and you can count on me posting mine when they're done.
     


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    I would suggest dover, somehow the willow calf looks very good with that split toe design.

    Can I interest you in Nevis in mahogany country calf which is similar to burgundy color? There are several of us interested in that model.
     


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    You can certainly keep me posted - but I do have to pace myself. I've seen the Nevis in mahogany cc and it is fantastic. If you get to a point where you need one more to make it happen, give me a shout and I will let you know if the timing works.

    I am leaning toward the Dover on this reasoning: it is both a signature model for EG and arguably THE definitive split toe derby out there. I do love me some Chukkas, but there are many manufacturers that make appealing offerings in that style. And while I have a few different Chukkas, I don't yet have a premium split-toe derby at all. Sounds like I'm off the fence after all. ;-)
     


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    Dover it is! You have chosen wisely.
     


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    sounds like it. I think that is wise. Best sometimes to choose what would work best to fill in gaps in your collection. I find that leads to more regular usage as there is less overlap and avoid trying to pick between very similar makeups. This is the exact process I have been using in both selling and buying lately. And I feel it is leading to a more edited and complete collection. Cant wait to see them!
     


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    X2
     




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    That stinks. I am heading to London on vacation on the 24th and not only is Jermyn Street store closed, but factory store is also likely closed.
     


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    Nice way to put it.

    The least appealing Galway I've seen to this point.
     


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