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

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  1. JubeiSpiegel

    JubeiSpiegel Senior member

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    Yes, please.

    How about a wingtip derby like the Sandringham or the Harrogate. How about that chukka we almost had going?
     
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    I'm currently trying to figure out what's next. This certainly is one option, I should know by the time your ready, I might just join you. What sole would you go for, Dainite?
     
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    Yes. I think so. I like the darker edge trim like on the pic. I believe this is mole suede but with natural edge trim

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    I also like the darker trim as well and I tend to go for Dai tie whenever possible.
     
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    I have a Malvern in Mole. It's a good color. But I think there are better colors of suede for the Dover. Go for the dark edge trim, if you choose Mole.
     
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    What colors do you recommend?
     
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    tifosi Tire Kicker

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    I like the wingtip derby idea.
     
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    I will recommend in no particular order: coffee, tobacco, chestnut, mink, clove, mushroom even.

    I think the dusty greenish cast of the mole does not look its best on the Dover. Just my opinion.
     
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    I prefer the harrogate over sandringham by a wide margin. I think it has cleaner lines and I don't like that thistle design element of the sandringham
     
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    Thanks ,for your thoughts, everything is certainly open for consideration until the final decision is made.
     
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    That's what's stopping me from buying sandrigham.

    As far as mole suede goes I find that color very weird. I do not know how to explain it. It is just underwhelming.
     
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    I might like to see what coffee and mink look like.
     
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    If it's MTO, you can order it without the thistle. I just placed an order for one through Skoak, and they didn't mention any problems with this request.
     
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    Agreed, how about something like this :nodding:

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    Nutmeg
     

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