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post #4606 of 8855
I have a question. Does anyone have a pair of the burgundy cordovan chukka boots here:

http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3465211

They look noticably lighter than the other examples of burgundy cordovan on the site, but I'm wondering if that's just due to a poor pic since they are all listed as being made of the same material:

http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3640210

http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3465223
post #4607 of 8855
A couple of Lizard skins from the Carmina Barcelona store.

AppleMark
post #4608 of 8855
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Originally Posted by JPHardy View Post

A couple of Lizard skins from the Carmina Barcelona store.

AppleMark

drool.gif do want!
post #4609 of 8855

Outstanding!

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A couple of Lizard skins from the Carmina Barcelona store.

AppleMark
post #4610 of 8855
That double monk in lizard is gorgeous.

@Beatlegeuse, If its of any use I've got a really narrow foot too but I also have a low in step. I'm a TTS 10 and the first pair of Carmina I bought were on the Simpson last in that size but the other 2 pairs I have are on Inca and Forest and I've sized down half a size and have had no issues. They were a little tough for the first few wears but were fine after that. I'm fairly certain I could have sized down on the Simpson too as they are a little big in the vamp, especially the left but its generally something I have to live with unfortunately. If I remember I'll take a picture the next time I wear them.

I went in to Hackett yesterday and they've reduced a lot of their shoes by 30%. They still had some really nice models ranging from punched cap toes at under £200 to cordovan boots at around £350. A lot of loafers too. Not much sizes left I think as I was only able to try on one of the 3 pairs that I asked to see and ended up picking these up for £345. I seem to like the fit on these better than the boots I have on the same last.





post #4611 of 8855
There is talk about a lizard monk mto with epaulet. I'd be down for one in black, ideally a single but the double monk pictured looks good
post #4612 of 8855
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

That double monk in lizard is gorgeous.

@Beatlegeuse, If its of any use I've got a really narrow foot too but I also have a low in step. I'm a TTS 10 and the first pair of Carmina I bought were on the Simpson last in that size but the other 2 pairs I have are on Inca and Forest and I've sized down half a size and have had no issues. They were a little tough for the first few wears but were fine after that. I'm fairly certain I could have sized down on the Simpson too as they are a little big in the vamp, especially the left but its generally something I have to live with unfortunately. If I remember I'll take a picture the next time I wear them.

I went in to Hackett yesterday and they've reduced a lot of their shoes by 30%. They still had some really nice models ranging from punched cap toes at under £200 to cordovan boots at around £350. A lot of loafers too. Not much sizes left I think as I was only able to try on one of the 3 pairs that I asked to see and ended up picking these up for £345. I seem to like the fit on these better than the boots I have on the same last.






Which Hackett store did you kop these awesome shoes ??
post #4613 of 8855
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Which Hackett store did you kop these awesome shoes ??

Got these ones in the Jermyn street store. Sloane Square also has a good selection and regent street has a few too if I remember correctly but I didn't have time to go in there at the weekend.
post #4614 of 8855
Will pop into Jermyn street store tomorrow to check size 10 options.
post #4615 of 8855
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There is talk about a lizard monk mto with epaulet. I'd be down for one in black, ideally a single but the double monk pictured looks good

I would be up for a single monk in lizard as well.  That tassel loafer looks fantastic as ell.  

post #4616 of 8855
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Will pop into Jermyn street store tomorrow to check size 10 options.

Ah, fairly certain they don't have a ten unfortunately. I asked to try on the 9.5 and the ten and he only came out with the 9.5. Hopefully he didn't hear me and you can pick up a pair as they are great.
post #4617 of 8855
Hackett is running a good deal on those shoes - I didn't know their private label was made by Carmina until I saw the boxes
post #4618 of 8855
looks awesome for hackett.
post #4619 of 8855
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Originally Posted by tim_horton View Post

I have a question. Does anyone have a pair of the burgundy cordovan chukka boots here:

http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3465211

They look noticably lighter than the other examples of burgundy cordovan on the site, but I'm wondering if that's just due to a poor pic since they are all listed as being made of the same material:

http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3640210

http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3465223

It is indeed darker. Just received mine tody.
post #4620 of 8855
nice is that rain last?
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