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post #1381 of 9859
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

yes - demonic for certain.
my wallet remains tightly sealed however. i must hold out for either Vass or Corthay next.
does anyone have a hook up for an exorcist?

you are probably right. i would have ordered from Vass already but im afraid of all the fees. also hesitant of sizing. probably dont need any more shoes either.
post #1382 of 9859
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For $450.... Cannot be beat....
post #1383 of 9859
Carmina needs to update their site more often
post #1384 of 9859
general consensus for forest is to size down one size? im asking because i am US12 but only size available for suede boot is size UK10.5
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

general consensus for forest is to size down one size? im asking because i am US12 but only size available for suede boot is size UK10.5

Sorry about that, I have those came in the other day. UK 11. Then again, you've personally prolly snubbed me on many a pair size 12 shoes.
post #1386 of 9859
^ wear in good health. I've already several pairs of suede boots but those have me captivated
post #1387 of 9859
^ and here I expected to hear some sort of trade offer. Much appreciated none the less.
post #1388 of 9859
Ola, I'm considering a pair of Carmina boots but it will be my first pair. How do they compare to staples such as EG and C&J any input? Personally I feel Alden and C&J finishing and details are a bit below par but I do have a few pairs. Just want to know what I'm getting into here before I order a custom pair.
post #1389 of 9859
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^ and here I expected to hear some sort of trade offer. Much appreciated none the less.

I'll give you pair of cognac shell carmina Adelaide's
post #1390 of 9859
Anyone flogging a pair of booties in 11?
post #1391 of 9859
Anybody have a pair of these:
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Soller last is barrie wide in front right?
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Anybody have a pair of these:
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Soller last is barrie wide in front right?

I have these in 10UK, and while I cannot compare them with Aldens, they are definitely wider than Forest last, and similar to Rain last in the same size. But for a winter boot, it is not bad to have a little extra space if one wants to wear thicker socks, plus the derby lacing means you can easily tighten them a bit more if they slip in the heel.

post #1393 of 9859
I guess I should have been more specific with the above question.

I'm currently comparing the RL Lindrick boot with the Carmina Sinclair. I have the Lindrick in a wingtip shoe and loafer (formerly Dalton) and I love the wingtips and want a boot version but I'm considering the Carmina even though they run a little more (taking the RL semi-annual sale which is when I purchased my other Lindricks).

Does anyone own both of these and can comment on their fit, looks and quality? I know this a Carmina chat but I think I can get an unbiased opinion.
post #1394 of 9859
Guys,
Would someone proxy a pair of already bought Carmina boots for me please?
post #1395 of 9859
^ what exactly are you asking? proxy from Spain or proxy from a private seller somewhere?
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