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I would not say king but definitely did over hall my shoes collection for a new person smile.gif but thank you.
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Can one do a split toe derby in forest or rain last? I have it in Simpson but I'd like less of a taper.
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Can one do a split toe derby in forest or rain last? I have it in Simpson but I'd like less of a taper.
I would say so either mto or gmto but yes you can
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Is Ttown the new sacafotos?

:rotflmao::rotflmao::rotflmao:

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Is Ttown the new sacafotos?
What is this pick on ttown day lmao. Any ways whatever shoes I get I post it asap but if that makes me sacafotos then so be it. By the way some are mto not all biggrin.gif
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Does anyone have pics of split toe shoes in Rain or Forest? Thinking about mid brown, but interested in any colors that are in that range (my current split toes are in tan).
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Does anyone have pics of split toe shoes in Rain or Forest? Thinking about mid brown, but interested in any colors that are in that range (my current split toes are in tan).
I am using cell phone but go in my profile & pic & look at carmina forest last pictures.
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Can one do a split toe derby in forest or rain last? I have it in Simpson but I'd like less of a taper.

There's currently a GMTO that's open until this week for split toe on the alcudia last
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Does anyone have pics of split toe shoes in Rain or Forest? Thinking about mid brown, but interested in any colors that are in that range (my current split toes are in tan).

I'd look at Soller before Forest. There was a recent split toe GMTO on Soller that looked really nice.
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Thanks all. Not familiar with Alcudia or Soller (though the latter is even rounder than Forest which I just saw via Ttown?). Im inclined to Rain if it can be done.
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Edited by canadianhockey3 - 7/26/15 at 8:07pm
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post

Thanks all. Not familiar with Alcudia or Soller (though the latter is even rounder than Forest which I just saw via Ttown?). Im inclined to Rain if it can be done.



Gabriel mentioned that Alcudia fits similar to Simpson, except it has an almond toe as opposed to a chisel. Maybe that's less taper enough to get you comfortable?

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Can one do a split toe derby in forest or rain last? I have it in Simpson but I'd like less of a taper.

Both are available, yes.
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LOL at your very high US duties and taxes. Try 18% duties on shoes and an additional 13% tax and let me know what you think. smile.gif

Yes, lol indeed. But I can do you one better. In Sweden we pay up to 17% duties (depending on what type of shoe), 25% additional tax and then an admin fee to the Swedish Postal Service of about 10-15 usd. Now how do you like them apples??
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Hello, what is your experience on Sc Classic last sizing compared to EG82?

Same size or size down by half ?

 

thanks

 

PS: at this stage members input is good for me and I know that skoak guys are busy as hell and limited in capcity.

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