Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.
Oh, you guys were talking about the ZUG Galway... meh, I wan't in that cool club.
I need to see those bad boys drench in salt-filled snow or ankle deep in running water somewhere!
Invoice paid! Let's get those Zugglets moving!!
Zug pic up on skoak's IG
Edward Green Galway Zugglet. Alexander is by himself in the store (me and Gabriel are enjoying our vacations), so he did not have time to set up for a proper shot, we'll post more later.
Perfection! So psyched to get these
I love that color.
Yes it has been ordered for a restock. Please e-mail to be on the waiting list.
Correct, opens up Aug 11. They managed to send half of the herd before closing shop.
No worries. After all, Norway used to be a part of Sweden. And we basically look the same and speak almost the same language (difference is basically they have oil and are filthy rich and we actually have to work for a living ).
I can't wait for the last half of the heard to get home.
I'm hoping my DOak/Walnut CC finish up early, too!
But don't rush them, EG, if you are reading this.
I am in on that. I got no invoice. I suppose the short/wide pairs needed more time and attention. But it seems clear that all will be available before the Winter, which is good news.
Not like the milkshake suede (basically light cream colored) Indy boots I received in February -- when there was four months of freeze/thaw slush on top of 8 inches of packed snow on the ground.
Alexander or Leaves, any plan to stock this model from Carmina? Or any possibility of starting a GMTO on this?
I am pretty sure talks of this MTO are taking place in the GF thread. Just an FYI. Not trying to take away from one awesome store
Okay now if I propose 2 possible wide feet G&G GMTO
F width or even G width
1. Hove, Oak Hatch Grain, MH71, double leather sole
2. Oakham, Vintage Cherry body with Burgundy Highland Grain cover, medallion, TG73, single leather sole
I would be in for both, but I need equivalent of an American "e" width.
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