Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by furo, May 29, 2012.
Did they have anything in a US 7.5?
I couldn’t find the sale online. Is it only in store ?
I wear an 11, so I wouldn't know.
Sweet Jesus, those look incredible.
anything in 202 last?
Damn it. IIRC, you're the one whose pics MADE me start buying Stuart's Choice shoes last spring.
Can someone do me a hugeeee favor and let me know what would fit a Brannock 9D? This could be the only time I might be able to afford a pair of EG's
Edit: would be perfect for the brother's wedding I'm attending soon!
There are a lot of enablers around here but then again the victims are all eager = toxic combination
Hrm, of the bunch shown earlier which one would you say would be most versatile?
I get all teary-eyed thinking about the good ol' days when polo.com was selling RLPL Mackays for $475, including tax.
Indeed, if you were fortunate enough to snatch those up... I sure wish I did
Probably the EG brown punch captoe imo (seen here at bottom right
The one that I got (EG longwing in chestnut) is probably a close second for versatility. It's all about personal taste though.
So who is acting as proxy for the SF members this time?
Anyone know which models are made by G & G?
I kopped the brown ankle boots that look the Dover as well as the Keston black penny loafer.
The sales people seemed ignorant when it came to the makers. I asked 2 reps and got two different answers on every pair I asked.
They take phone orders so not sure why you'd need a proxy here.
I have the Brooksville (longwing) and the Braylon (blucher captoe) and I think the blucher is the most versatile of the two. But the Dover Boot strikes me as easily the most versatile.
The 3-eyelet plaintoe with medallion is G&G, IIRC. Top pic above, second from right. Actually, I think the loafer next to it on the left is also G&G.
Edit - not sure who you dealt with. Eric Walker knows all that stuff backwards and forwards.
Who makes the split toe loafer with the twisted strap?
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