Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
E on the 606.
Thanks, this is extremely helpful.
ddd, I didn't get the F64 because I needed the room. Westley Richards only stocks the Rosewood Galway in F width. These are boots for men who wear manly, thick, winter socks.
Ah Ok, that's good to know.
Better start growing a pretty gnarly beard
That's the reason for my question. I finally received my Heather Gorse Galways, I took E width and they fit great. The toe box is roomy and I think these will stretch eventually but not enough for me to wear thick manly socks.
Hence I am thinking about buying another Galway but in a F width, my dilemma is whether to take the same size in F or go down a half a size. The Galway in E width long enough for me I probably would not want it any more length.
Wish I could. My employer is stuck in the 50's when the company was founded. Men must be clean shaven everyday.
I would not change the length. The length is right no matter what width you go with.
Is this a joke?
I wish I could say that it was, my friend.
What the Hell Tifosi! We both in the same Company ???
Joke but i know this very well!
We may very well be...I don't know many places with that policy. Do you recognize the carpet in my office shoe selfies??? HAHA!!
So We have to Talk with your Boss about your paygrade! I weint over 25 sims back but i cant finde the carpet. So The Reason for this must be that you dont have enough Edward Greens and the Reason for this must be your Boss.
BTW my carpet is Realy severe and i have to speek with my Boss to
Be mindful about going down length with EG, I found that the difference is pretty noticeable (translation: unwearable) at least with 82 & 888.
My friend, I think it's time for more EG... although C&J will greatly miss you! I question the latter's future though if they continue to make welted "athletic" shoes.
No facial hair? Do you play for the Yankees? Are you Jeter?!? Picked up one of my long-awaited shoes. I believe this was the first pair of EGs that I really wanted... and it only took about a dozen other pairs before I eventually picked them up. Thank you SkoAB! Now only waiting for the Shannons and Galways!
Very nice, Congrats.
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