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^ that oak pair is delicious!
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Yessir! Burgundy - Cognac - Oak



The Burgundy is more Cherry than Burgundy to be honest, quite bright! We have a few pairs left of these, prototypes. Email us if you are interested sales@skoaktiebolaget.se

Sadly Bonafe 363 last is not for my feet(I tried three different sizes, no luck) how about Carmina brougue boot on forest last in cognac color?
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My thoughts exactly.  That oak color is stunning.

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^ another Oak fan here.
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Oak!!

The stock 80262 pattern on Forrest in Tärnsjö Oak would look nice, somewhat like this but darker.


To bad otherwise that the leather does not go with a Dover like split toe. Would have been nice doing a boot like the Kudu Thorpe in tärnsjö Oak but with Carmina or Bonafe
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Whole Cut, Enzo Bonafe Tobacco Suede Chelsea Boot !!
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Just a heads up: We just launched the last few samples of the Enzo Bonafè Tärnsjö Jumper Boot online. Get it while it's hot! 

 

Enzo Bonafe Tärnsjö Oak Jumper Boot

 

Enzo Bonafe Tärnsjö Burgundy/Cherry Jumper Boot

 

Enzo Bonafe Tärnsjö Cognac Jumper Boot

 

Have a great week!
 

Kind regards,

 

Oliver

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EDIT nvm.

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Thread Starter 
Saint Crispin's Trunk Show - October 12 & 13
Phillip Car, owner of Saint Crispin's, will be in Stockholm Wednesday October 12 from 13.00 to 19.00 for drop in visits and fittings. Thursday October 13 from 09.00 - 19.00 will be by appointment only. Email sales@skoaktiebolaget.se for your appointment.

Enzo Bonafé Trunk Show - October 21 & 22 - no MTO fee
Please help us welcome Enzo Bonafé back for their third Trunk Show at Skoaktiebolaget. Friday October 21st will be by appointment only and Saturday October 22nd will be open house. Email sales@skoaktiebolaget.se for your personal appointment. As usual, we void the MTO fee for any in-store MTO orders.




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A reminder guys! These two Enzo Bonafè Pre-Orders are closing tomorrow so if you want to be a part of these great make-ups, now is the time!

 

 

Enzo Bonafe Dress Shoes in Vitello Meleze

 

Enzo Bonafè Ostrich Button Boot​

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Millerighe, not as thin as wensum though.

I certainly wouldn't call it a thick sole, and it has plenty of grip. I think it's EB's best sole. Will have to check out this topy business.
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I certainly wouldn't call it a thick sole, and it has plenty of grip. I think it's EB's best sole. Will have to check out this topy business.

I agree, as rubber goes, it's a very good solution. Anyone looking for a good grip rubber sole should also look at the Goma Para, which performs very well on ice and snow.
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I agree, as rubber goes, it's a very good solution. Anyone looking for a good grip rubber sole should also look at the Goma Para, which performs very well on ice and snow.

 

What is the Goma Para sole like? Soft or hard? It looks a bit like a crepe sole in pics.

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What is the Goma Para sole like? Soft or hard? It looks a bit like a crepe sole in pics.

It's like a hybrid between Dainite and Crepe. Personally I don't like Crepe, it's too "wobbly" for me. The Goma Para is a bit more rigid but still offers great grip.
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It's like a hybrid between Dainite and Crepe. Personally I don't like Crepe, it's too "wobbly" for me. The Goma Para is a bit more rigid but still offers great grip.

 

Sounds good though I have no problems with grip since no ice or snow here.

 

I don't like crepe much either. Always feels like it is conducive for mold growth if I don't wear it for a period of time. Pretty comfortable to walk on though.

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