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post #76 of 156

Anyone in the States order directly from the Carlos Santos website? They obviously carry  models not on Skoak, such as this and that. According to the website, shipping to the States starts at 53 Euros. Just curious if anyone's actually done it.

post #77 of 156

Some nice Herring shoes by Carlos Santos in the Herring Sale

 

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/search.php?task=newSearch&nsFrom=0&mobile=0&nsLimit=24&sortTag=-1&country_id=6&sortBy=default&sale_search=1&ns_keyword=carlos+santos&submit=Search

 

 

Carl.

post #78 of 156

Here is a pair of Carlos Santos double monk in Norte patina. The patina colour is beautiful under sunlight, while it is still quite subtle in indoor. 

 

Leather quality is not excellent with some mark on the leather itself, but at this price point, I think it is acceptable. Overall, I am happy with it.

 

 

 

post #79 of 156
Carlos Santos Derby in Guimaraes Patina


Carlos Santos Double Monk in Chestnut Grain
post #80 of 156
Apparently, Nordstrom sells Carlos Santos shoes, albeit pretty ugly styles that can't be found on CS website. Does anyone know which lasts are used on these models? I'd like to try them out for sizing.

Thanks
post #81 of 156

Some new stuff! 

 

Carlos Santos Two Tone Balmoral Boot

 

Carlos Santos Black Balmoral Boot

 

Carlos Santos Derby in Grain

 

Have a great weekend! 

post #82 of 156
Would really like to see some pics of the Jumper / Field Boots in the wild. Please,,,,Post 'em if you got 'em.

Thanks,
Phillip smile.gif
post #83 of 156

I'll second that. I need to get a decent pair of winter boots, stat. They seem the most likely candidates, although I would prefer Ridgeway soles.

post #84 of 156
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Originally Posted by notdos View Post

Would really like to see some pics of the Jumper / Field Boots in the wild. Please,,,,Post 'em if you got 'em.

Thanks,
Phillip smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Michael81 View Post

I'll second that. I need to get a decent pair of winter boots, stat. They seem the most likely candidates, although I would prefer Ridgeway soles.

I came really close to joining the MTO for the field boot in suede/pebble but couldn't get over how slim the last appeared in pics that I could find. For a boot, I would want something less sleek looking. Maybe it was just the pics I could find. I don't know. More in the wild pics would be nice.
post #85 of 156

I'm bummed the Field Boots aren't offered in a size 12. I am having an impossible time finding rubber soled boots for my size. It isn't a supply problem for the soles because other brands have them so I'm not sure why CS doesn't have them.

post #86 of 156
Does anyone have any pictures of the inner lining of CS boots (especially the shaft lining)? I find the lining in Carmina a boots very soft and supple while the lining of Meermin boots for instance is almost the opposite. I wonder where CS sits.
post #87 of 156
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Originally Posted by Trqmaster View Post

I'm bummed the Field Boots aren't offered in a size 12. I am having an impossible time finding rubber soled boots for my size. It isn't a supply problem for the soles because other brands have them so I'm not sure why CS doesn't have them.

Email sales@skoaktiebolaget.se for help. The problem is not they are not available, there's a technical limitation on our site which only allows for 100 variants so we had to cut out some sizes. This applies to the Patina pre-orders now offered.
post #88 of 156
I'm shopping for a pair of boots with commando sole but they need to work with trousers and odd sportcoat. Are these Carlos Santos to casual ?

www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/churchstow-norwegian_boot/tan-grain

Thanks,
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post #89 of 156

I would say, not at all. Probably everything except a fine suit. Great with all kinds of trousers. You can always shine the toe for a more dressed up look. I have a kinda similar pair with a thick sole and a shined toe to dress it up. I would even wear it with a suit if the weather were unpleasant.

post #90 of 156

I've got that Boot and they don't seem too casual to me. Especially in black. Mainly because the Last is a bit widish and heavy compared to lets say even Oscar or Forest.

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