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post #2326 of 9784
Thanks everyone, the Forest last fits me great. I'll be looking forward to see how the cordovan will age.
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post #2328 of 9784
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Apparently it's a lack of demand thing. I'm pretty sure I could just do a MTO direct with Carmina. I want those in calf with a leather sole drool.gif

umm carmina jacks up the MTO now, its easier via skoaktiebolaget or epaulet
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Cognac Jumper Boot


post #2330 of 9784
can't believe they jacked it up to 50% what a rip
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

can't believe they jacked it up to 50% what a rip

We charge a 40% surcharge for Carmina MTO. Carmina actually charge us 50% extra but MTO is an important part of our business and we decided to lower our margins, hopefully making Carmina MTO more available to a wider audience. Typically, these are our prices (DEC 2012, price increase expected JAN 2013).

Carmina shoes (all lasts except Inca) READY TO WEAR - 3400 SEK (2720 SEK ex VAT)
Carmina shoes (all lasts except Inca) MTO - 4800 SEK (3840 SEK ex VAT)

Carmina boots (all lasts except Inca) READY TO WEAR - 3600 SEK (2880 SEK ex VAT)
Carmina boots (all lasts except Inca) MTO - 5000 SEK (4000 SEK ex VAT)

Carmina Cordovan shoes READY TO WEAR – 5400 SEK (4320 SEK ex VAT)
Carmina Cordovan shoes MTO – 7500 SEK (6000 SEK ex VAT)

Carmina Cordovan boots READY TO WEAR – 5800 SEK (4640 SEK ex VAT)
Carmina Cordovan boots MTO – 8000 SEK (6400 SEK ex VAT)

Please see attached PDF for more info.

ENG_Carmina_Pricelist.pdf 157k .pdf file
post #2332 of 9784
^ that list is for MTO?
post #2333 of 9784
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

^ that list is for MTO?

If you read the attached table, you will see that the prices in the left-hand side columns are for stock shoes, whereas the prices in the right-hand side columns are for MTO shoes.
post #2334 of 9784
Grabed one of the longwings in grain leather that Skoaktiebolaget just got in for a first restock. My fist shoe (i have boots) with Dainite sole. Detroit last.
Here is two bad pics :) (Click to show)


Edited by Frank the sheep - 11/29/12 at 7:41am
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

If you read the attached table, you will see that the prices in the left-hand side columns are for stock shoes, whereas the prices in the right-hand side columns are for MTO shoes.

it was late when i read it
post #2336 of 9784
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Cognac Jumper Boot
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



are these from epaulet?
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post


are these from epaulet?

 

Those look like the Anderson jumper boot. By the way, if it's NewYorkRanger, then the answer to your question is always yes smile.gif

post #2338 of 9784
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Originally Posted by Frank the sheep View Post

Grabed one of the longwings in grain leather that Skoaktiebolaget just got in for a first restock. My fist shoe (i have boots) with Dainite sole. Detroit last. Here is two bad pics :) (Click to show)

Detroit is the only last I don't know much about...how does it compare to Inca and Rain...I have heard it is way more generous and whatever your size in Rain Last, you should size down by a half for a good fit. I have my eye on some chromexcel shoes on detroit last at SKAB.

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Guys I have very flat and short feet; they usually bulge out the sides because the sole width of the waist is not enough for my extremely flat feet. Yet when I size up to accommodate this they are just too long. What last would you recommend for this? (if Carmina has none maybe another company?)

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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Guys I have very flat and short feet; they usually bulge out the sides because the sole width of the waist is not enough for my extremely flat feet. Yet when I size up to accommodate this they are just too long. What last would you recommend for this? (if Carmina has none maybe another company?)

 

I think theres a company called Herring (UK) that makes pretty wide shoes.

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