Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by furo, May 29, 2012.
Anyone with a list of the GG/EG names?
Working on it - some of these Sales Guys should be ashamed of themselves ( clueless when it comes to Last detail, color etc).
Pretty sure the Boot is not The Shannon. EG reference is The Halifax. I will confirm when they arrive.
I am curious on the G&G Loafer. Is it an early version of The Antibes?
The longwing is the Brooksfield. The dark oak blucher is the Braylon. The 3-eyelet saddle shoe in edwardian antique is the Ranell. Those are the only ones I've picked up recently. I certainly could have been wrong about the Dover Boot being the Shannon.
I know. I want to have some info when I call. Wasn't there a GG shoe called the Numan?
Is this the RL on madison? Could anyone please provide the location?
I think the Dover boot (EG Halifax) is called the Phelan. Supposedly sold out in our size though.....
*rolls up shirt sleeves*
The boot is the halifax on the 89 last
The loafer looks like the antibes twisted strap, on a prehistoric last and the dover stitched apron. Interesting...the last is horrid though.
halifax is the best of the bunch
Followed by the longwings
Yeah, still pissed they sold out. Evidently I missed the last pair by an hour or so.....
Anyone else underwhelmed by these offerings?
The G&G loafers I purchased are called "Keston".
When I receive the black captoe's and the dover like boot in the mail I will let you know the names.
RL sells lasted trees for the g&g's and eg's?
Quite the opposite for me... they had about three models that I really liked that were in my size before going w/ the longwings in chestnut
iirc the last time they had a sale like this there were only two models available, both in black: Peering and Mackay
What do you find so 'horrid' about the Last? It looks to me as though it would make a good casual work shoe. No uglier than the clunky old mens shoe's SF get's so hard for.
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