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NWB Edward Green Galway, Dark Oak Antique/Walnut Country Calf, 10.5/11E 82 Last, Dainite Sole

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Having two pairs of Galways in my own rotation I have no problem singing the praises of this iconic RTW model from Edward Green. Feel free to treat yourself by purchasing this amazing pair of an SF favourite boot :)

For sale I have one pair of Edward Green Galway in the quintessential combination of Dark Oak Antique Calf with a Walnut Country Calf upper section, in my opinion the best EG colour and the grail version of this boot. Crafted on the elegant 82 last and featuring a full Dainite sole, as opposed to the more common Galway make-up, i.e. a double leather sole. Being Dark Oak Antique there is some EG burnishing at the toe and heel. Just an awesome boot for Fall/Winter, especially for those days when it is very wet underfoot. I tend to rely on my Dainite soled C&J Coniston, in preference to my Galways, when it is too wet for leather soles. These will last for years if the uppers are treated properly.

These are new with box, including a polishing cloth but no shoe bags. They're tagged as rejects on the box since they were a MTO pair that was not collected by the customer. There are no flaws with either boot and IMO they are in the same condition as my Dark Oak pair when I bought them new from Jermyn Street. The photos should prove that the uppers are absolutely pristine, therefore you get here a 1st quality pair at less than retail (it's really rare to find the Galway on sale in a size such as this).

Asking price is $1100 -> $1000 -> $950 SOLD shipped CONUS or the EU

Outsole measurements
Length = 32.4cm
Width (at ball of foot) = 11.2cm


Styling Details
  • 10.5UK size, 11US size
  • UK E width, equivalent to US D width
  • Derby boot
  • Goodyear welted
  • 8 eyelets; 4 blind eyelets and 4 speedhooks
  • Elegant round-toed 82 last
  • EG style burnishing at toe and heel
  • Leather pull tabs
  • Full Dainite sole
 

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Awesome! Too bad they are not in my size...
 

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How does the 82 fit? I am 10.5F on the 888 last and a 10.5E in most other Northampton shoes.
 

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How does the 82 fit? I am 10.5F on the 888 last and a 10.5E in most other Northampton shoes.

In my experience the 82 last fits similarly to the 888 last, since I take the same size and width in both. Perhaps these would be a tad narrow for you...
 

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is this a 10.5uk? will it fit a us11d? can you post outsole measurement plz

Sure, another forum member had already asked for the outsole measurements so I had those to hand. Added to the original post above.

Yes these are a 10.5UK size, so should fit a US 11D (presuming that by US D width you mean a standard width).
 
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