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Anyone notice all the new styles Carmina is offering?  Many new models within each last...

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Yeah, they finally got around to update their website, the models have been around for a while though. Nice to see they got the OScar last and Uetam last up as well. The string loafer is a must for summer.
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Would that they would update the web store, which seems to have been condemned to atrophy.
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I have a pair of Salinger double monks and one of the straps broke loose and since this is my first pair of monks, I'm unsure whether a normal cobbler can fix these or do I need to send them to Carmina? I've had these less than a year and only worn 4-5 times in the spring and I'm curious whether the shoe needs to be taken apart and the strap re-sewn and whether a cobbler has the skill and knowledge to do this? Thanks!


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I have a pair of Salinger double monks and one of the straps broke loose and since this is my first pair of monks, I'm unsure whether a normal cobbler can fix these or do I need to send them to Carmina? I've had these less than a year and only worn 4-5 times in the spring and I'm curious whether the shoe needs to be taken apart and the strap re-sewn and whether a cobbler has the skill and knowledge to do this? Thanks! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

A good cobbler should be able to stitch the piece back on. I had the same thing happen to be on a pair of Edward Greens double monks and my local cobbler was able to sewn the piece back on without dramas.
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Unipair shop in Seoul carries a big selection of Carmina and their prices are comparable to other shops.  They do international shipping also.

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Originally Posted by Wes Bourne View Post

500

Is this a standard shoe or is this MTO? Looks like basically a nicer strand.
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Anyone notice all the new styles Carmina is offering?  Many new models within each last...

also ruby red shell. not sure i like ruby red shell on such a dressy style
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Gauss17,
It would be a pair of cordovan boots. We still have not decided on which last to built it. good catch I should have included that in the post.

Oxford or derby boot? I would be interested. Preference for something like a half brogue oxford boot in Rain last.
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also ruby red shell. not sure i like ruby red shell on such a dressy style

 

Is there more than 1 model in ruby shell on the site? I only see this Simpson captoe: http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=4334252.

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Buy what ever color the boots are on this picture

Imo it is one of the sexiest boots I've ever seen.
How much does the retailer ask for for a pair?

p.henrik

It would be a boot in the post above
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^roguls what last is that?
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Oscar.
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Oscar.

gotta see a fit pic
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