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Originally Posted by Swede66 View Post

Great shoes, great pictures. I'm picking up a pair after lunch myself 😊

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Thank you for the photos.

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Looking good smile.gif Grats on a great pair. Im still holding out for the Bonafe Suede Chukkas

Thanks all!

Swede: You have an excellent taste my friend.

Niklas: But those chukkas will be awesome though.
post #632 of 3319

PM sent...really digging the Tanker and the CXL boot

post #633 of 3319
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The pics on Skoaktiebolagets site are really good, but here's a bunch of others on their new Carmina grain jumper boot, model 80184, which I picked up. Great shoes:

 
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Very nice, very nice indeed. I just love the grain leather on this model - so thick looking and rich. Congrats on a great purchase! :slayer:

post #634 of 3319
Thread Starter 
Edward Green Trunk Show October 4 -5

We're very pleased to welcome Edward Green for our fall trunk show at Skoaktiebolaget. Edward Green is legendary in the world of shoemaking. Decade after decade, Edward Green has provided men like Ernst Hemingway and the Duke of Windsor with high quality footwear. With an understanding for the tastes of the modern man and a reputable heritage, Edward Green is a very desirable choice of footwear. We’re very proud to be Sweden’s first and only reseller of Edward Green.

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Any idea why it's called a jumper and a tanker (built like a tank?)?

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Any idea why it's called a jumper and a tanker (built like a tank?)?

 

   they're military affectations

post #637 of 3319
Jumper boots are designed after paratrooper boots. Tankers after...tank crew boots?
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Hi Leaves,

 

Do you know if Carmina allows a last change on the antiqued adelaide that is on simpson last?  In particular could it be changed to Rain last to allow for a wider fit?

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Originally Posted by WiredandTired View Post

Hi Leaves,

Do you know if Carmina allows a last change on the antiqued adelaide that is on simpson last?  In particular could it be changed to Rain last to allow for a wider fit?

Yes, Rain is possible for this model (as a MTO).
post #640 of 3319
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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

Any idea why it's called a jumper and a tanker (built like a tank?)?

http://yolowastaken.tumblr.com/post/54548839646/ww2-museum-in-nola-is-showcasing-ww2-garb-from
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Leaves,

 

I have a question about sizing.  I am an 8.5/9 E on the Edward Green 82 and 888 lasts.  What size would you recommend for the Forest and Oscar lasts?  Specifically in regards to model 80249, the country calf wingtip, and model 813, the burgundy wingtip cordovan.  I have a pair of shoes on the Forest last in size 8 UK, they fit ok, but I'm thinking that 8.5 UK might be closer to a US size 9, especially in regards to the instep, as it does feel a bit snug at times.  Thanks.

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Does anyone have real life pics of Carmina shell cordovan tassel loafers? I've only seen pics on their website and had some trouble finding real life pics. It appears the Alden version has images in abundance.. smile.gif
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Bought my second pair from SkoAB earlier today.

 

Pics - tomorrow.

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AppleMark
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Does anyone have real life pics of Carmina shell cordovan tassel loafers? I've only seen pics on their website and had some trouble finding real life pics. It appears the Alden version has images in abundance.. smile.gif

Here you go, it's on the Forest last.
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Thanks, tchoy! smile.gif
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