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Also, how does the Carmina polo Suede compare to the Edward Green Shanklin that is currently being offered by Skoak? I would love to see a natural lighting picture of those two side by side.

I'll see if our newest team member @Dannefalk has the time to do a quick outdoor comparison side by side shot.
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Is there a polo suede belt to go with this wonderful pair of polo shoes?

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/carmina/products/carmina-polo-suede-adelaide#&gid=1&pid=1

We ordered it, should arrive within a few weeks.
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Speaking of belts, will you stock smaller sizes? Skoaktiebolaget's is one of the few stores that stocks small shoe sizes, but us smaller sized people need belts to match now!

What would a 32" belt be for a carmina belt in cm? 80?
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Speaking of belts, will you stock smaller sizes? Skoaktiebolaget's is one of the few stores that stocks small shoe sizes, but us smaller sized people need belts to match now!

What would a 32" belt be for a carmina belt in cm? 80?

Email us for sizing. The Carmina belts can be shortened in like 30 seconds by any decent cobbler so you could basically order it in any length and just shorten it to your choice.
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Whoop whoop

I need this makeup in a shoe, not a boot!

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I need this makeup in a shoe, not a boot!

 

Boot = shoe + extra flair when you sit down :cheers:

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Please note that our shop is closed on Saturday June 6th due to a public holiday. Please allow for 24-48 hours before we respond to emails during this weekend. Thank you!
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Also, how does the Carmina polo Suede compare to the Edward Green Shanklin that is currently being offered by Skoak? I would love to see a natural lighting picture of those two side by side.


Here is a picture of Edward Greens Shanklin and the Carmina polo suede chukka in natural light currently available at Skoaktiebolaget:


As you can see the Carmina Polo Suede on the right has more red undertones than the Shanklin which is more subtle and almost a toffee shade.

 

For more pictures see: 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/edward-green/products/edward-green-suede-shanklin 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/carmina/products/carmina-polo-suede-chukka

 

Let me know if you have any further question!

 

Kind Regards, Oliver

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^^ Damn that Shanklin is good! Glad I bought them!

 

Which by the way feel like slippers when I wear them. Love them. 

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Thank you Oliver.
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^^ Damn that Shanklin is good! Glad I bought them!

Which by the way feel like slippers when I wear them. Love them. 
I was eying that also for a while & your post convinced me. It's that comfortable huh. Any way enjoy icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Thank you Oliver.
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That's Skoak for you, granting wishes on request.  Congrats on joining the team @Dannefalk

 

Having a few examples of both brands, I know full well that EG is a step up from Carmina.  But in that pic of the two chukkas, I gotta say that the Carmina sure doesn't look like a poor relation.

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That's Skoak for you, granting wishes on request.  Congrats on joining the team @Dannefalk

 

Having a few examples of both brands, I know full well that EG is a step up from Carmina.  But in that pic of the two chukkas, I gotta say that the Carmina sure doesn't look like a poor relation.

 

+1 on this. Now, the question is, does Carmina do an unlined chukka? :nest:

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Speaking of which, my MTO Carmina chukkas in fox suede arrived recently.

The finishing is simply perfect, my fourth pair of Carminas, and I was still blown away.

Pics coming sometime smile.gif
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