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How do I get a full E-G catalog?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jmatt, Jul 19, 2006.

  1. Chicago

    Chicago Active Member

    Mar 16, 2006
    They call it a “blind brogue”, this is a traditional speciality of London bespoke firms. Some of old Mr Cleverley’s designs were whole cuts, with lots of stitching and brogueing to resemble traditional construction. The idea behind: less bulk and a slicker look.
    Love that look. In fact, it kills me when I look at other shoes that don't have the blind brogue as it just doesn't look nearly as good. Great choice jmatt. edit: out of curiosity, how does a never-purchased-EGs-before-but-plans-to-in-the-future guy like myself get a hold of the full catalog? I sent an e-mail once requesting the information and never heard back.

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