Ah yes, thanks for reminding me guys. I'll build that out tomorrow - it's definitely cool to have three variants of the WWII field boot.
Tan calfskin with Carmina is actually a little confusing.
When we order Caramel, it's called "Cuero." But when we order Cognac, it's the same base leather as quero, but it's hand-dyed for a darker finish by Carmina. This has a good bit of variance from batch to batch, so it will come out all different tones.
When I order Cognac calfskin, I call it Burnished Caramel or Burnished tan.
Oh man, I LOVE THAT. So a bit of an austerity U-tip? That sounds very cool.
We can certainly do individual pairs for you as well - it's a 30% upcharge though. If 5 more guys get onto the reorder then we can put it through at the group price.
Thanks guys! And thanks to applky for floating this idea - it's going to be a great makeup!
To be safe, I'd say yes. Forest and Soller are pretty similar in width, and Soller is a little lower in the toebox, so going up a half size will ensure that it's not too narrow. And since you've got three eyes, you can lace it tighter. You can always use a tongue pad too to tighten it up if you need to as well.
Most guys drop a half size from their Barrie last size, so if you take a 10D in Barrie, then get a 9.5UK in the Oscar.
Oh sure, you've got time. The orders will be open until July 8th.
Would you say the Soller Last has more or less room than the Rain Last in the toe box? Because I just may have to change the size I ordered.