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Carmina x Epaulet Scotchgrain Jodhpurs today
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damn man, white jeans? thats so hard to pull off. im not emotionally ready for that struggle
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damn man, white jeans? thats so hard to pull off. im not emotionally ready for that struggle
I've seen your quantity of shoes on IG. I know you can pull it off. Haha.
And eggshell is so much easier than white. Kidding
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its also harder to pull of the natural denim look. chinos are a little easier i think...

i have a pair of left field selvedge chinos that ill try and wear...
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Hi guys,
I bought my first pair of carmina, abd they arrived yesterday. They are beautiful but I found this
Would you return them?
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Your call. I've had a loose stitch or two, and I've just snipped them off and never worried about them again. Never had any problems later on.

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Wow what's that? Never seen that before
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Blue suede.

 

 

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Blue suede.
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Pretty, pretty, pretty good biggrin.gif.
post #9249 of 10097
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its also harder to pull of the natural denim look. chinos are a little easier i think...

i have a pair of left field selvedge chinos that ill try and wear...

Yeah I saw your left field's you posted. 

They look pretty nice.

Mine are just a little off white, so they are easier to wear than stark white. 

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Hi guys,
I bought my first pair of carmina, abd they arrived yesterday. They are beautiful but I found this
Would you return them?

Other than the loose stitch it looks like some polish is caked in the holes. No big deal.
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Yeah I saw your left field's you posted. 
They look pretty nice.
Mine are just a little off white, so they are easier to wear than stark white. 

yeah i had a pair of rrl chinos and couldnt do it.. ill give it a shot, maybe after the leg is slimmed down.. maybe if i get the white viberg roughout boot i can knock out 2 birds with one stone for the complete "i dont give a ..." yet spend close to $1000 look
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yeah i had a pair of rrl chinos and couldnt do it.. ill give it a shot, maybe after the leg is slimmed down.. maybe if i get the white viberg roughout boot i can knock out 2 birds with one stone for the complete "i dont give a ..." yet spend close to $1000 look

That's very funny!
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Hi guys. Great thread with awesome info and pics. I'm a complete novice with Carmina and recently became infatuated with the lined New Tobacco Suede Chukka from Skoak. I have zero experience with any Carmina lasts but from what I've read here the Detroit is very roomy? I'm a Brannock US13D, Alden Barrie 12.5D, C&J 325/341 UK12E and flat-footed & slightly wide. Would the UK11.5 (I'm assuming E) work for me? Does anyone have photos of this boot in the wild?

Any advice would be appreciated, and I'm truly very sorry to only be contributing a sizing question to this thread thus far.

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/carmina-new-tobacco-suede-chukka
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FYI, I think youre the same size as leaves. No experience with Detroit last
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FYI, I think youre the same size as leaves. No experience with Detroit last

Thanks - I'll look into some past posts.
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