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

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  1. tifosi

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    You feeling OK, today, NAMOR?? Geez.
     


  2. dddrees

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    Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


    Don't poke the hive.[​IMG]
     
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  3. tifosi

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    Too late. He is on the attack. (More than usual).
     


  4. earthdragon

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    Correct - EG take care of all shipping paperwork, which includes collection .
    Will dig out "before" pics when i get home
     


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    I assume this isn't true for U.S based customers?
     


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    my biggest question is - with the complete refurb, did they include brand new laces?
     


  7. SuitedDx

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    I vote Shannons. :)

    Okay, to be helpful, the open lacing would be most appropriate so Galways; however, if you prefer them to look "dressier" then Westminster is also a fine choice. it would come down to boot vs. shoe.

    Or you can always get a pair (or more) in each style like myself... :nodding:
     


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    man, closed laced laced boots paired with jeans is something i cant wrap my mind around

    ive worn cordovan bal boots with chinos i think thats the closest i can do
     
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    Thx ;) I decided to go for galway because I like 82 last and 888 less. Double monks are indeed a good choice for jeans so the William II will do that trick love the hand stitching at the cap toe.
     


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    I feel ya; the only bal boots I really wear with jeans (and not habitually) are my midnight/twilight Shannons. God know I have enough Alden shell for dress down boots.

    Did you say William? Got one of those too. :) Yeah, a standard pair of Galways would be a nice addition then. Enjoy!
     


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    That's what I choose for a double monk, and they certainly do look a bit more casual than Westminster in my mind.
     


  12. dddrees

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    Cool, looking forward to it.
     


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    Looking good!
     


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    Thank you sir.



    Hope you get yours soon.
     


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    Zugs are terrific - glad you have them safely in hand.
     


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