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Just curious, how difficult is it to put on and remove a pair of button boots?

Lets just say that it takes some practice, and takes longer than laced boots to put on.
post #7337 of 23708
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Lets just say that it takes some practice, and takes longer than laced boots to put on.


I can imagine. Isn't there a special tool/hook to help you put them on?

post #7338 of 23708
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I can imagine. Isn't there a special tool/hook to help you put them on?

This one's from Hiro Yanagimachi bespoke in Tokyo
Style looks extremely similar by the way


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My Skoaktiebolaget Shoes say Happy New Year to the Family !



What are the two boots on the right? They look like shell but it could be the polish.

Great shot.
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Thank you to everyone who responded to my question about the alderley.
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I took a look at the Skoak site to see the Alderley--man, not only are they smart enough for dress pants, you'd also be looking like a boss.

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This one's from Hiro Yanagimachi bespoke in Tokyo
Style looks extremely similar by the way


gorgeous shoes and yes they do look quite a bit like the EB button boots. thanks for the pictures 

post #7343 of 23708
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Thank you to everyone who responded to my question about the alderley.

 

 

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I took a look at the Skoak site to see the Alderley--man, not only are they smart enough for dress pants, you'd also be looking like a boss.

 No problem. We are all a team here. 

 

Yes the Alderley is a great boot. I posted a few pictures too, if you want to see more than just the skoak site's pictures. 

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Leaves I know in an older thread it was said that EG was not producing the "Herrick" anymore is this still the case?
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Leaves I know in an older thread it was said that EG was not producing the "Herrick" anymore is this still the case?


Talk about a really cool looking boot. I have never seen anything else like the Herrick, except for a bespoke pair that probably was based of of that style from EG.

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 No problem. We are all a team here. 

Yes the Alderley is a great boot. I posted a few pictures too, if you want to see more than just the skoak site's pictures. 

Pulled the trigger on them. Will post some pictures when they are up and running.
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Pulled the trigger on them. Will post some pictures when they are up and running.


great choice. 

post #7348 of 23708
I'd love to order a MTO austerity brogue shoe/boot but I have no idea where to start WRT to sizing/lasts, etc.

This is also a very nice shoe:
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The EB make up I'm debating, it's either this, the EG Shanklin, or nothing nod%5B1%5D.gif

Model 3635 (3643 is a more rakish version, but it might be one too many flourishes) 
946 last, or whichever is the one in Stefan's picture below.
#8 Suede, Hidro Volpe
Tonal chained norvegese, with the outsole trimmed as close to the stitching as possible (is this possible? smile.gif)
Light brown edge treatment
Millerighe sole



Can someone provide me with details on this shoe?
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Flat Leather Sole (can't tell if single or double but still in two tone like the single)


post #7349 of 23708
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What are the two boots on the right? They look like shell but it could be the polish.

Great shot.

 

Thank you!

Those boots are Carmina Jumper Boots in calf

 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/carmina/products/carmina-black-jumper-boot

 

 

 

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Some more ideas for Enzo Bonafe MTO I am throwing around... I think suede enzo might be best value.

1. 3-eyelet Derby / Hidro Canapa Suede / 946 Last
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2. Split Toe Derby / Hidro Walnut Suede / 363MOD Last
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3. Jodhpur / Hidro Volpe with Brown Alligator Straps / 946 Last
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4. Punched Captoe Balmoral Boot / Hidro Tabacco / 804 Last
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