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post #11776 of 24402
What is the damage on the Sandringham? Any shipping questions should likely be directed to Patrik/Gabriel/Alexander at SkoAB.

I think the interested parties are:

E width:
@UnnamedPlayer
@Flimsychicken
@justinkapur

F width:
@jerrybrowne

SkoAB can also confirm if the F width is available after the first 3 basic orders.

Ironically I'm on the fence now we have enough. I guess the final details will push me through. Anyone else interested?
post #11777 of 24402
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

What is the damage on the Sandringham? Any shipping questions should likely be directed to Patrik/Gabriel/Alexander at SkoAB.

I think the interested parties are:

E width:
@UnnamedPlayer
@Flimsychicken
@justinkapur

F width:
@jerrybrowne

SkoAB can also confirm if the F width is available after the first 3 basic orders.

Ironically I'm on the fence now we have enough. I guess the final details will push me through. Anyone else interested?

Yea price is my only factor at this point and eta of delivery. I have a lot of MTOs open and I am hoping they will space themselves out without 4-5 shoes showing up at the same time
post #11778 of 24402
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I have a lot of MTOs open and I am hoping they will space themselves out without 4-5 shoes showing up at the same time
Boy do I know how that feels. October's gonna be one financially skinny month.
post #11779 of 24402
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Yea price is my only factor at this point and eta of delivery. I have a lot of MTOs open and I am hoping they will space themselves out without 4-5 shoes showing up at the same time
I think it's like 4 months for EG? I may be wrong though. Price will likely be around $900 (at least that's how much the conversion to USD is going for right now).
post #11780 of 24402
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I think it's like 4 months for EG? I may be wrong though. Price will likely be around $900 (at least that's how much the conversion to USD is going for right now).

Correct on both accounts. About 7700 SEK ex VAT.
post #11781 of 24402
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Correct on both accounts. About 7700 SEK ex VAT.
Thanks for the clarification. Confirmations yay or nay?
post #11782 of 24402
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Ironically I'm on the fence now we have enough. I guess the final details will push me through. Anyone else interested?

Lol, I know how that feels... I felt the same way about the Kudu Thorpe but still managed to push me. BTW, are your shannons arriving soon? Mine are in transit!
post #11783 of 24402
I am debating a carmina vs eg dub monk. Not sure if I am a dub monk guy so kinda leaning towards the carmina but I have 0 experience with them.

Thanks to all
post #11784 of 24402
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I am debating a carmina vs eg dub monk. Not sure if I am a dub monk guy so kinda leaning towards the carmina but I have 0 experience with them.

Thanks to all
I personally think the EG Westminster is the best looking DM out there.
post #11785 of 24402
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I am debating a carmina vs eg dub monk. Not sure if I am a dub monk guy so kinda leaning towards the carmina but I have 0 experience with them.

Thanks to all

EG Westminster in DOak is one beautiful and elegant shoe. I have it in 888, and I catch myself staring at it sometimes.. It gets lots of compliments.

 

Big price difference tho. Carmina's are great shoes as well.

 

For me it came down to fit and style

post #11786 of 24402
Which color of the carmina monks ar you thinking to buy?
cause the tan is on Inca last and the brown and black on the Simpson.
post #11787 of 24402
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

I am debating a carmina vs eg dub monk. Not sure if I am a dub monk guy so kinda leaning towards the carmina but I have 0 experience with them.

Thanks to all

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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

I personally think the EG Westminster is the best looking DM out there.

I agree, it's definitely a Graal shoe for a lot of people.

I'm contemplating to organise a pre-order for a Carmina Double Monk in Burgund Museum Calf, on Rain. Any takers?
post #11788 of 24402
@Leaves, Shanklin update?
post #11789 of 24402
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@Leaves, Shanklin update?

Hopefully late next week!
post #11790 of 24402
I was thinking the brown, clearly the doak westi is the superior shoe it is also 3x the price. I want to keep a reserve I want to see the almond cc cardiff.
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