- Mar 10, 2006
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If Hilary refuses (she probably will, the design has been killed and Hilary can be a bit school marm-ish), we'll get pages over pages how the machinations of capitalism are contraire to the needs of the true shoe aficionado etc. etc. (Please, not again!!!)Originally Posted by bengal-stripe
I'd disagree that the 606 is more narrow looking than the 888 - quite the opposite. The 888 is also more aggressively squared - but certainly does not stray into KC territory.Originally Posted by Virginia Dandy
How does the Edwardian or acorn compliment jeans?Originally Posted by thinman
Go for EG's "Thames" sole. It's EG's thinnest rubber sole and can almost not be spotted as such.Finally, it seems I would have a shoe of maximum versatility if it had a Dainite sole, or one of the equivalents, so I could wear the shoe on ice in winter. Is there any particular advantage to Dainite vs. Ridgway vs. Medway(is this what the 3rd option is called? I don't have my EG catalog with me) soles?