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I say Isham. Different enough from the Dover, and would go better with the lighter colors you have in mind. Would be a good make-up for a Florida gent... smile.gif

Speaking of which, is anyone interested in a GMTO for the G&G Isham in vintage chestnut?

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Speaking of which, is anyone interested in a GMTO for the G&G Isham in vintage chestnut? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Just FYI, we have this incoming in fall in Deep Cedar.
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Last chance to get in on the Edward Green Galway pre-order, it closes in a few hours.

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/current-gmtos-and-pre-orders/products/25-pre-order-deposit-edward-green-galway

This exact make up, picture from @RogerP
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I'd be interested in the Isham. In either Vintage Chestnut or Racing Green smooth leathers or variations in pin/ Hatch Grain. Midnight Blue Lining. HAF soles. 

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Dear Gentlemen,

I would like to gauge interest for a Carmina split toe derby GMTO model 80189 as below:

in either plain calf or hatchgrain.

Colour could be dark burgundy (as in the picture above), burnished brown or dark brown.

I would prefer a single leather sole but also Tomir is acceptable for me.

Last is going to be Soller or Rain or any other wide/high instep compliant last.

 

Thanks goes to @Leaves for his advice on this makeup

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^ Thanks guys.  Very psyched.  Went back and forth on whether to do a tough boot with the Utah leather.  Look forward to testing it out, really liked the look of it on the Kentmeres that Skoak is running but in the end wanted a veldt Galway.

 

Yeah, congrats, buda.  I went with a 64 veldt Galway on Utah as well.  No shearling, though.  The waiting game is on...

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Speaking of which, is anyone interested in a GMTO for the G&G Isham in vintage chestnut?

 

Im planning for a mto Isham but in Vintage Oak,

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I personally find a color too dark tend to hide the split toe rather than show it off.This feature is the only reason why EG and GG split toes are above other brands. 

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Yeah, congrats, buda.  I went with a 64 veldt Galway on Utah as well.  No shearling, though.  The waiting game is on...

In gold, right?  Should be great!  The good news is that we have like 6 or 7 months before we should in a hurry to have these (or maybe 9 or so for me with the shearling) - though I'll of course be happy to get mine much sooner.

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In gold, right?  Should be great!  The good news is that we have like 6 or 7 months before we should in a hurry to have these (or maybe 9 or so for me with the shearling) - though I'll of course be happy to get mine much sooner.

 

No, I ordered mine in chestnut (with Christmas red lining for kicks!).  Skoak says four months for EG MTOs but like you, I am setting my expectations for 6 months.

 

I thought about going for the dark brown Utah like the Kentmere, but figured I had less overlap with the chestnut.  Both are great as Utah was my first choice.  Later (??), I might consider CC or a two-tone Galway.

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I think we should have a dedicated thread just of pictures of Galways.
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Going to get an Isham, English grain - do I go for MH71 or GG06?
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No, I ordered mine in chestnut (with Christmas red lining for kicks!).  Skoak says four months for EG MTOs but like you, I am setting my expectations for 6 months.

 

I thought about going for the dark brown Utah like the Kentmere, but figured I had less overlap with the chestnut.  Both are great as Utah was my first choice.  Later (??), I might consider CC or a two-tone Galway.

I thought gold and chestnut Utah were the same color.  Regardless I know what you are talking about though (like Leffot's 82 last model) and that is what I was thinking of.  Should be beautiful.

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Going to get an Isham, English grain - do I go for MH71 or GG06?

I vote for GG06.
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I vote for GG06.

Why? What's the diff to the unsuspecting?
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