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It seems Carmina has now replaced C&J as the brand of shoe that Hackett stocks in store.
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this thread reminds me of how inferior Alden can be to Carmina
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

this thread reminds me of how inferior Alden can be to Carmina

if alden would do better QC and take a risk here and there they'd be right back up in the game
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if alden would do better QC and take a risk here and there they'd be right back up in the game

or if they would stop being so stingy on making cordovan shoes on different lasts.
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or if they would stop being so stingy on making cordovan shoes on different lasts.

So true. I actually think my modified last shells are nicer than these new Carminas.
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Originally Posted by Gauss17 View Post


Is this a standard shoe or is this MTO? Looks like basically a nicer strand.

 

 

Half brogue on the Inca last...I believe the pic you showed might have been the same thing on the Rain last.

 

Emailed Betty to see if the Inca version was in stock but she said it wasn't because it's new.  She doesn't know when it'll be in stock...bummer.

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Originally Posted by Roguls View Post

So true. I actually think my modified last shells are nicer than these new Carminas.
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post

It seems Carmina has now replaced C&J as the brand of shoe that Hackett stocks in store.

hmmmmmm...........

I love my Carmina's, love my C&Js, love my Aldens. To me each is so different than the others that there really isn't a fair comparison between them.
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p.henrik
It would be a boot in the post above

Hmm, OK. It's a very nice boot, although maybe not exactly what I had in mind. Let me know final specs (last, color, lining, welting, sole) and I might take the plunge. Cannot commit right now.
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Is there more than 1 model in ruby shell on the site? I only see this Simpson captoe: http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=4334252.

The only one
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Are all the models listed in the Carmina website considered MTO except for the ones in the webshop?

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Are all the models listed in the Carmina website considered MTO except for the ones in the webshop?

No - the makeups on the general website are more or less what is in stock in the various stores. Often they will pull from store inventory and ship to you after some correspondence with the lovely Betty. Although this process can take some time.

If you want a specific makeup from the webpage just jot down the model number from the website and zap 'em a note. Can't hurt to ask.
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No - the makeups on the general website are more or less what is in stock in the various stores. Often they will pull from store inventory and ship to you after some correspondence with the lovely Betty.

inlove.gif

 

Yes, this was how I got my black two-eyelet derbies after being alerted to them by fiddler here on the forum.

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^^^^^^ Wallet rocking with hands over ears la la la la... . . . .
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inlove.gif

Yes, this was how I got my black two-eyelet derbies after being alerted to them by fiddler here on the forum.

What last are these on?
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What last are these on?

 

Rain last. These but in black.

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