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Mine were en route to my post office yesterday afternoon...so probably Tuesday as well. I may swing by the office today just in case they got picked up this morning.
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Mine were en route to my post office yesterday afternoon...so probably Tuesday as well. I may swing by the office today just in case they got picked up this morning.


It's always good to get something in a green box. :slayer:

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Seems similar to other retailers selling for much more as well.  

 

 

It is strange as Carmina itself sells footwear for less as well as has FREE DELIVERY which make them very attractive. 

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I tracked mine this morning and they are either waiting for a plane or taking a slow ship. LOL

 

En route from Sweden actually, but then again they had only started their journey just a few days ago.

 

The shipment item has left the country of the sender...Elvis has left the building.

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The shipment item has left the country of the sender...Elvis has left the building.

Exactly

It will probably be the the same way until Monday or Tuesday

The good thing is that I should have them by the end of the next week or first part of next, but no custom fees.
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Gentlemen,

 

At this point I have 2 cordovan balmoral boot coming from Skoak...

 

Both of which are from Enzo B.

 

And, its taking all the will power I have to not do another MTO...

 

As you can imagine...the anticipation is killing me...

 

Can someone is this thread console me and tell me of the wonders of EB construction?

 

Tell me of the premium craftsmanship and handmade quality?

 

Most of all, does anyone have experience with EB cordovan offerings...

 

Much Appreciated  :) 

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In the immortal words of one polarizing member, you will soon have in your possession two pairs of non-pretend shoes and those horses would not have died in vain so well done. 

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Originally Posted by Watchman1 View Post

Gentlemen,

At this point I have 2 cordovan balmoral boot coming from Skoak...

Both of which are from Enzo B.

And, its taking all the will power I have to not do another MTO...

As you can imagine...the anticipation is killing me...

Can someone is this thread console me and tell me of the wonders of EB construction?

Tell me of the premium craftsmanship and handmade quality?

Most of all, does anyone have experience with EB cordovan offerings...

Much Appreciated  smile.gif  
I myself have done mto and now the waiting games begin. My friend has gotten mto shell cordoven from them what I can tell it is very nice. In my personal opinion it's superior to carmina, & very comfortable.Can you tell me bit about sizing? That is one reason I have not done more mto from them
But onces sizing is spot on I am planning on getting some ball boots also. Enjoy your shoes icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I myself have done mto and now the waiting games begin. My friend has gotten mto shell cordoven from them what I can tell it is very nice. In my personal opinion it's superior to carmina, & very comfortable.Can you tell me bit about sizing? That is one reason I have not done more mto from them
But onces sizing is spot on I am planning on getting some ball boots also. Enjoy your shoes icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I have 2 pairs of shoes from Bonafe and they are much better than Carmina. Quality is better and for me the fit is better. I have a hard time fitting the rain which is one of their most forgiving. So YMMV
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I have 2 pairs of shoes from Bonafe and they are much better than Carmina. Quality is better and for me the fit is better. I have a hard time fitting the rain which is one of their most forgiving. So YMMV

Thank you Justin kapur
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@justinkapur

 

Thank You Sir.

 

@TtownMD

 

Enjoy your MTO when they arrive as well.

post #12942 of 23850
Got some Carmina jods from Skoak delivered today.
Glad I was home when the postal guy showed up so I don't have to wait until Tuesday to get them.
Wifey was amazed they were only about $400.

post #12943 of 23850
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Got some Carmina jods from Skoak delivered today.
Glad I was home when the postal guy showed up so I don't have to wait until Tuesday to get them.
Wifey was amazed they were only about $400. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Great deal, nice looking boots.

 

Congrats.

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The shipment item has left the country of the sender...Elvis has left the building.


Actually I was wrong, they've made it to New York.

 

Looks like next week at this point I would think.

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Originally Posted by zippyh View Post

Got some Carmina jods from Skoak delivered today.
Glad I was home when the postal guy showed up so I don't have to wait until Tuesday to get them.
Wifey was amazed they were only about $400.


Lovely shoes, enjoy them !!
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