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

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  1. S K M

    S K M Senior member

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    I actually think that one of the nicest Galways I've seen as regarding lasts we're the ones on the 606 (Namor's?)... So rare, yet so nice...
     


  2. thebeebs

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    The 202 is a great classic last, and roomier than Heidi Fleiss
     


  3. luc13

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    :slayer: A nother Gap is gone

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  4. Cleav

    Cleav Senior member Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Excellent, wear in good health :nodding:
     


  5. JubeiSpiegel

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    Wow, those Westminsters are gorgeous, will have to get on Skoak's list when they re-order their westminster stock...
     


  6. ThinkDerm

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    that is a beautiful last for the dover.
     


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    A very belated 'you're welcome' from me - I avoided this thread for some time when the MTO postings started getting a bit silly.

    The boots you've ended up with are, in all honesty, the only pair of footwear I've seen in the past couple of years that have actually made me jealous. Really glad to see that your vision worked out, and I may well think about something similar if we get another chance and the next shout-out for participants happens at a more Euro-friendly time...
     


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    thebeebs Senior member

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    Anyone have a black boot they like for casual evening wear? (i.e., bars and restaurants). If not, I think a black willow branbury on dainite may be nice.
     


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    Those Westminsters look great.
     


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  11. sevenfoldtieguy

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    Nice Westminsters. I have that exact shoe. :fistbump:
     


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    Indeed.

    Is there anyone who can confirm if Dover is doable on the 82 last without going Top Drawer?
     


  13. JubeiSpiegel

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    Per the last Skoak price list, the Dover can be done MTO in 202, 606, & 32 last. I guess you would have to go top drawer to do it in the 82 last. Hopefully @Skoaktiebolaget can confirm...
     


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    That would indeed be quite nice.
     


  15. sevenfoldtieguy

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    Or a black CC Nevis on Dainite .......
     


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