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Can anyone advise on Carmina sizing? I've two pairs on the Detroit last in 7UK that fit well. Is Soller wider in the toe box? longer? shorter? How about Rain? Thanks!

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Free shipping if order is over 8000sek?
Correct.
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Dark brown pingrain.

Thanks. It is a great combo that I would consider for the future.
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Guys I need some help on G&G sizing for MH71 last. I wear UK9.5 in loake's F fitting. What size should I get for the MH71 last?
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Can anyone advise on Carmina sizing? I've two pairs on the Detroit last in 7UK that fit well. Is Soller wider in the toe box? longer? shorter? How about Rain? Thanks!

 

I wear a 7UK Detroit chukka that fits fine.  Could be a little longer on the right foot, but everything else is good (width, toe box, heel, etc.).  I also wear a 7.5UK Rain two eyelet blucher.  Fits fine, but late in the day when my feet are larger, my right pinky begins to get pinched.  The blucher isn't broken in that much yet, so hopefully that situation rectifies itself.  The length and everything else is fine, although the heel can be a little loose.  Also hoping that situation rectifies itself after more break in.

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Inspiration for you guys' Enzo Bonafe MTO: Bespoke by Yohei Fukuda


Freaking unreal, dude!
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Can anyone advise on Carmina sizing? I've two pairs on the Detroit last in 7UK that fit well. Is Soller wider in the toe box? longer? shorter? How about Rain? Thanks!

Email Skoak for fitting advice.

My take:

Size the same as Detroit. Soller is longer and just as wide in forefoot, but due to extra length, the toe box has more taper.

I wear 7.5UK in Rain and prefer 7UK for Soller (thick sock + insole), but could get away with 6.5 UK (mid weight sock, no insole).

HTH
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someone buy jhcam8 stuff. dude always has the best makeups at the best prices

That picture was taken from Fukuda-san's facebook. The shoes was made for one of his Japanese clients.
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Freaking unreal, dude!


I love them! 

 

I'm sure that EB can do one like it and they even can make a bespoke last, if some of you guys didn't know that yet.

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Pre order now open for the new Edward Green Kentmere boot on the new 72 last in Dark Brown Uath. For more info, follow this link:
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/pre-order-deposit-edward-green-kentmere

We are of course also accepting MTOs for this new boot. Base price is 10 000 SEK including VAT / 8000 SEK ex VAT, plus MTO surcharge. Edward Green MTO Service Standard with a surcharge of 1800 (1440 SEK ex VAT) offers the possibility to select sole, leather and lining.


Late to the party, but these are fantastic. I've been wanting a pair of the Asprey or RL Herrick boots for a long time, but these might be better looking (sorry NAMOR).
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+1. I would weigh both options before choosing a method. My CC makes foreign transactions a PITA so I stick to Paypal. 

Honestly, capitalone quicksilver is the best and necessary if you shop internationally. No fee and 1.5 percent cash back . Surprised you guys don't use similar ccs.
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Honestly, capitalone quicksilver is the best and necessary if you shop internationally. No fee and 1.5 percent cash back . Surprised you guys don't use similar ccs.


I haven't tried it for an order like this yet, but I was told that discover has no foreign transaction fee and always gives at least 1% cash back, with certain times of the year at 5%. Since they run it like it would be at the store, that should also work.

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My Discover IT card is the same but unfortunately Skoak doesn't accept Discover
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I haven't tried it for an order like this yet, but I was told that discover has no foreign transaction fee and always gives at least 1% cash back, with certain times of the year at 5%. Since they run it like it would be at the store, that should also work.

Nope. Skoak doesn't accept Discover
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My Discover IT card is the same but unfortunately Skoak doesn't accept Discover


Wow I forgot about that. Good call. That is why I have been using Paypal! I just use Discover to pay for the Paypal so I still get the cash back. 

 

Well it works for any place that accepts it. 

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