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post #16 of 4064
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Originally Posted by gracian View Post

How about model 80180, a split toe monk strap, in cognac or brown cordovan?
See below:
http://www.carminashoemaker.com/web/hom/coleccion_modelo_detalle.php?lang=eng&dist=g&id_col=21&id_mod=83&id_modFull=0,70,71,73,74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,83,84,85,86

Love that shoe in sadle.
post #17 of 4064
Robert last, brogue cap toe, balmoral boot. Double leather soul.

Cognac cordovan.

Like these.
post #18 of 4064
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Originally Posted by Roguls View Post

Robert last, brogue cap toe, balmoral boot. Double leather soul.
Cognac cordovan.
Like these.

I could get behind something like this. I would prefer no hooks and dainite soles.
post #19 of 4064
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Originally Posted by elwood49 View Post

I would definitely be in for one of these in a similar calf color provided I could get my size (13D US/12 UK). Hopefully we can order larger sizes due to this being a MTO.

I'd be up for this as well.

A tan calf balmoral captoe would be lovely for spring/summer.
post #20 of 4064
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Originally Posted by Roguls View Post

Robert last, brogue cap toe, balmoral boot. Double leather soul.

Cognac cordovan.

Like these.

This....

I'm totally down for this makeup
post #21 of 4064
Can we go no speed hooks, danite sole on the bal boot? There seems to be some consensus on this.
post #22 of 4064
chestnut cordovan looks really nice as well.

My preference would be for: chestnut, saddle, then cognac.
post #23 of 4064
I'm up for a shell longwing boot in one of the 'lighter' colors such as cognac/ whisky. Would be great to heat about price points for the shell and calf, though.
post #24 of 4064
I would suggest for our non-shell option an oiled suede or even chamois option if we can get it. The recent Leffot makeup of the Greenwich boot in brown chamois or even the original navy oiled nubuck looked amazing and was incredibly versatile. A Carmina version would be even better if that is an option; hard-wearing and elegant at the same time. And sufficiently differentiated from anything else out there. A captoe or shortwing boot in those leather options would kill it.

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post #25 of 4064
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I'm all for a balmoral boot in shell. Would prefer a darker color, metal eyelets, no preference on outsole
post #26 of 4064
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

I'm all for a balmoral boot in shell. Would prefer a darker color, metal eyelets, no preference on outsole

Can't get down with the metal eyes - blind eyes and hooks. That's the classic combo. Outsole could be whatever.

Let's see where this goes.
post #27 of 4064
Do you guys wear these boots during the summer?
post #28 of 4064
I usually dislike how these shoes by SF committee turn out (ie not as I vote for redface.gif) but all of the images posted so far got me EXCITED man. I want something elegant and laced, and not black or dark brown.
post #29 of 4064
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

Do you guys wear these boots during the summer?

my boots go away in the summer. in the summer I wear boat shoes, loafers and lighter shoes in general.
post #30 of 4064
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Originally Posted by makewayhomer View Post

my boots go away in the summer. in the summer I wear boat shoes, loafers and lighter shoes in general.

Me too...and that's why I'm wondering why everyone wants boots for spring delivery.
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