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Do you guys know the price level is of the Spain (Barcelona) shop? I'm wondering because I'm going to Barcelona in the end of may.

Is the pricing in the store the same as the e-shop or lower/higher?

Same but you can get sale items
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Can anyone suggest a shop in London that has a good selection of Carminas?
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Can anyone suggest a shop in London that has a good selection of Carminas?

I dont think there is one. I bought my boots online.
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$800? Can carmina really make gator/croc loafers cheaper than cordovan ones?

Croc is not that expensive (about 20% more expensive than Shell). Gator though is much more expensive, about $1900 ex Swedish VAT.
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Croc is not that expensive (about 20% more expensive than Shell). Gator though is much more expensive, about $1900 ex Swedish VAT.

 

Are the loafers in the picture Justin posted croc or gator?

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Are the loafers in the picture Justin posted croc or gator?

Looks like gator to me, croc is more rough, like this:
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Can anyone suggest a shop in London that has a good selection of Carminas?

Try Hackett on Jermyn Street (and possibly Sloane Square too). A lot of their shoes are made by Carmina. They had a good selection before Christmas. Matches are also stocking them this season according to their website. No idea if they're instore yet but they weren't online the last time I looked. The Spencer Hart flagship in Mayfair used to stock a couple of models too. One was a black suede austerity brogue, can't remember what the other was.
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Matches have just 2 models. Not bad prices (with VAT removed in my case).

Last week I bought a pair of Carmina shell single monks from Brogue, Geneva Switzerland. They had 2 Carmina models in Cordovan on sale (for 295 CHF - 300 USD), the owner confirmed that Cordovan does not sell much in Europe.
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I'm glad you got the boots that you waited for so long! And I hope the Jodphurs are equally to your satisfaction.
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Great boots! What are they?
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Great boots! What are they?

 

Forest last Burgundy Cordovan's, IIRC.

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Forest last Burgundy Cordovan's, IIRC.

Robert Last, Brown Calf/Brown Country Grain. smile.gif UM was on the waiting list and was quick on the trigger when the restock came in.

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Forest last Burgundy Cordovan's, IIRC.
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That pair is unreal. Copper eyelets do wonders for brown and burgundy shell
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Robert Last, Brown Calf/Brown Country Grain. smile.gif UM was on the waiting list and was quick on the trigger when the restock came in.

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Very nice.

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