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What color/eyelet style?  I've been thinking about a grain balmoral or austerity boot with blind eyelets (something that could pass in the office).  

Did you say office? I'm listening...
post #19037 of 23683
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Originally Posted by nickpapagiorgio View Post

What color/eyelet style?  I've been thinking about a grain balmoral or austerity boot with blind eyelets (something that could pass in the office).  

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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

Did you say office? I'm listening...

Hey guys.
These are the (tentative) details of the makeup.
I'm sorry, my use of the word "balmoral" here might have caused some confusion. I don't quite know how to better describe this model. The "balmoral" seam is rather .... unconventional? Maybe "adelaide/balmoral" hybrid boot with wingtips and heel counters?

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This boot model.
In the 74945 last.
Tarnsjo oak with either Hidro Tabacco or Hidro Jasper suede shaft (depending on the exact shade of brown of the oak). Might need @Leaves to help out here.
EB " Tomir" sole.
Pull tabs and speed hooks as in the picture.
Edited by ThunderMarch - 11/29/15 at 4:29pm
post #19038 of 23683

why the HELL did i click this thread when I saw @ThunderMarch as the last poster.

 

:brick:

post #19039 of 23683
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post


Did you say office? I'm listening...

 

Yep, I am looking something fairly plain, with blind eyelets, medium height.  Maybe something like this in burgundy grain.  

 

 

 

I did not realize @ThunderMarch was referring to the Tärnsjö grain.  His suggested design is really nice, but probably more rustic than I could pull off in my office.

post #19040 of 23683
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

why the HELL did i click this thread when I saw @ThunderMarch
 as the last poster.

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Hey there, this gmto is a go. We've got 3 guys. If you want in, do drop me a msg. Let's see if something can be worked out.

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Originally Posted by nickpapagiorgio View Post

Yep, I am looking something fairly plain, with blind eyelets, medium height.  Maybe something like this in burgundy grain.  





I did not realize @ThunderMarch
 was referring to the Tärnsjö grain.  His suggested design is really nice, but probably more rustic than I could pull off in my office.

Hey that's a really great idea for a makeup you got there. It will look really dressy. Hope it works out for you!
Edited by ThunderMarch - 11/30/15 at 8:29am
post #19041 of 23683
You guys are out of my league.... worship.gif
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That austerity wing is ridiculous.  Vass or C&J?

 

 

Enzo has nice leathers and lasts, but that right there is hard to beat.

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I'd happily go for this exact boot right here.  Gorgeous.

post #19044 of 23683
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post


Fits very similar, go with same size.
Yes, we have the Grain Jumper in Tärnsjö instead of the old version incoming. But it's delayed, we should have recieved it in September but now it looks more like January. We also have some other styles coming in Tärnsjö and we will also offer shoes from Bonafé in Tärnsjö grains (three different colors).
Lol. Maybe in 20 years.
Please email us if you have any issues with our site, shipping depends on which region you order from.

I'm listening....

post #19045 of 23683
Just popped on the Office Boot. I'm a sucker for anything with its purpose built into the name...like "office boot" or "tool watch" or "naval sweater," etc. etc. etc.

I recently saw a polish that was part polish and part weather proofing wax. I'll be darned if I can remember where I saw it or what the name was. Does anyone have a suggestion for a polish that would help to weatherproof the uppers of these boots? I do have a can of Saphir Invulner...
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

Just popped on the Office Boot. I'm a sucker for anything with its purpose built into the name...like "office boot" or "tool watch" or "naval sweater," etc. etc. etc.

I recently saw a polish that was part polish and part weather proofing wax. I'll be darned if I can remember where I saw it or what the name was. Does anyone have a suggestion for a polish that would help to weatherproof the uppers of these boots? I do have a can of Saphir Invulner...

I posted about Burgol Piz some pages back, might be what you're thinking of.
post #19047 of 23683
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

 

 

I'd happily go for this exact boot right here.  Gorgeous.


Allow me to (maybe) tempt you further, with the supposedly outcome of that MTO. I don't know if you guys find it odd to have the punched brogueing only the wingtip and heel, and missing on the shaft--because that was a mistake on Enzo Bonafe's part fulfilling my request.

 

 

Here's what I have today (abused the clarity setting on Lightroom, hence the insane mottling). This is on the 773 last, museum calf and Hidro Oceano suede--which I think is fantastically deep.

post #19048 of 23683

Yes I do.  Your make up is just perfect!!

post #19049 of 23683

really nice

post #19050 of 23683
Very nice. I could also see it in an austerity version with no brogueing at all.
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