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Edward Green sale

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by naturlaut, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. kabert

    kabert Distinguished Member

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    As recently as about a year ago, M&H was selling EGs on its EBay website. Some of the more unusual shoes though -- slip-on spectators, IIRC.
     


  2. Stu

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    (Stu @ June 12 2005,07:57)
    Saks NYC Jay Kos Asprey (1-2 models) Polo RL (Rhinelander Mansion and a few large stores) Sky Valet Washington DC Malouf's Burlingame CA Mitchells of Westport and Richard's of Greenwich Boyd's Philadelphia In Canada I know that L'Uomo or one of those big stores in Montreal carries/carried Greens. Â Not sure who would carry it in Vancouver. Â I don't know if Holt Renfrew does. That's all I can think of.
    Maus & Hoffman for anyone in Florida sells EG. They are labeled EG Made for Maus & Hoffman, so I don't know if they fit the same as regular EG.
    They still do, huh? Â About 4 years ago M&H was trying to get rid of some Malvern spectators for $400 on its website. Â I figured around then that they were discontinuing Green.
    I don't live in Florida anymore but I did until February. And M&H was selling EGs then in their flagship store on Worth Ave. in Palm Beach. They had about 4 models -- a couple of which were pretty conservative, laceups. I did see a pair of slip-on spectators but they were really sweet. Not at all over the top.
     


  3. kabert

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    Since this EG sale (in England) starts on June 23rd, I thought I'd bump this post.  For the uninitiated, you can send an email to "[email protected]" to ask what shoes they have in your size.  They have flat rates for shoes, trees and shipping to the US -- just ask in your email.
     


  4. scnupe7

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    Anyone know how the 888 last fits in comparison to the C&J 337 last?
     


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    It fits comparably. That is, if you are a UK8 in C&J, the 8/8.5E should fit in the EGs. But I think it is not wise to order EG shoes without first trying them on.
     


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    I hope to be there Thursday morning.
     


  7. jcusey

    jcusey Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    Prices are £251 ex VAT for most shoes, £277 ex VAT for Dover and boots.

    Here are the size 9.5 sale shoes:

     


  8. hopkins_student

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    Anybody in Los Angeles carrying EGs?
     


  9. kabert

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    From an email I just received in response to my inquiry (about a 1 hour turnaround from the time I sent them an email -- very quick.)
    Regarding 12C and 12D (that is, size 12-1/2 US):

    "We have no 12C fittings on sale. We have the following sale shoes size 12D, price £251 tax free , plus shipping.

    Cadogan , chestnut 12D 202 last
    Wigmore , dark chestnut 12D 606 last."
     


  10. johnnynorman3

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    What do the Lichfields look like?
     


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    Does anyone happen to know what sale items are in size UK 8.5F?
     


  12. whnay.

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    I just sent an email to them enquiring about 7.5/8 E, I'll post there reponse when I recieve.

    WHN
     


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    What is the shipping to the USA?
    I have a vague recollection that it was 30 pounds a couple of years ago. That is an outrageous sum, considering Bennie's was shipping Grensons to Europe for $20.
     


  14. Looking to improve

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    Per EG's e-mail, their size 10UK/10.5US shoes
    Nothing I'm after is on this list, sadly [​IMG] . MtB
     


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    Hmmm, in 10E there's an Oundle (the replacement for the Stowe) and the Banbury boot..... Nice.
     


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