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Just posted in the GFW thread.
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Arrived earlier today! Carmina Cognac Shell Balmorals. More pics and details over in the Skoaktiebolaget Thread. Cheers!

 

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Anyone here has a shoe both in the rain and oscar last? can someone comment on the width please. And if any sizing up or down was needed. Thanks.

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Something for the upcoming New Year.  Both on Robert last.  Sizes 6-10.5UK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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are the middle austerity brogues shell cordovan?
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Yes,  they are burgundy cordovan.  The other boots are cognac cordovan and brown suede.

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great job on the suede and shell. matched very well, imo
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Thank you, we are very happy with how they came out.  Our first boots on Robert last.

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Wow - three winners there - particularly the two tall boots. Just terrific.

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DANG!!!!!!  I wish those Cognac Shell/Suede boots were available for sale two weeks ago before I bought my bal boots in all Cognac Shell.

Buyers remorse? A little bit...but the currency exchange rate for Korea just KILLS my American wallet.

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Originally Posted by unipair guy View Post
 

Thank you, we are very happy with how they came out.  Our first boots on Robert last.

 

How's Robert compare to Inca?

 

What kinda soles on those boots?

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^ @patliean - I like the suede/shell combo a lot but I prefer the boot you got. I'd go for the suede/shell after I had a few less funky boots. I think you will get more wear out of yours - not to knock the Unipair version.

Also - Love the austerity brogue bal boot.
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How's Robert compare to Inca?

 

 

Robert isn't as wide as Inca, but is wider than Forest.

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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post
 

DANG!!!!!!  I wish those Cognac Shell/Suede boots were available for sale two weeks ago before I bought my bal boots in all Cognac Shell.

Buyers remorse? A little bit...but the currency exchange rate for Korea just KILLS my American wallet.

 

You were a 9UK right?  I'll happily take those horribly worn / used shell boots off your hands for pennies on the dollar. :)

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good day gents!

we have few MTOs planned for spring! (and reviving some we did in the past)

For shell MTOs (# 1 & 2), im pretty sure many of you may have heard, due to shortage in shell cordovan supplies, shell MTOs may take few months longer than carmina's usual 3 months turnaround. 

1. we are bringing back the saddle shell 2 eyelet derby in Rain Last (extra wide option avail) - 3 interests so far




2. Saddle Shell Plain Toe Blucher in Detroit Last - 2 interests


3. Snuff Suede Plain Loafer in Uetam - 4 interests




4. Loden (dark green) suede full strap penny in uetam last - 6 interested

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here is another picture of the loden loafer in the wild (click on the link below)

http://instagram.com/p/eUvWLAFmV4/

Please feel free to PM or email me for more details & info!
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Those Penny Loafs are amazing
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