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Interests check in Enzo Bonafe Chukka in Buffalo Tan leather? Is anybody interested in joining in GMTO for chukka in Buffalo Tan leather.




For example chukka on 946 last or 74945 last?



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That leather looks great, it´s a pity  I got some chukkas recently

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Yes, it's in the process. I'm waiting on a good deal for a dslr which should be any day now. Then I just have to take a few intro photography courses and we are good to go.

Actually no, have to wait till my next vacation for a good backdrop. I'm thinking mountains since it's like their home turf.


Make sure you get a good lense as well :D - better an "L" one

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Would someone kindly identify the features of this EB MTO?
See below

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Was this INSANE makeup ever got some wings and materialized in GMTO?


Oh yes, oh yes

 

 

Delivery expected mid October.

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@laufer I've been known to like chukkas
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@laufer I've been known to like chukkas

Oh, what's that magic word again?​

 

 

BOOTS!!!!! LOL

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Would someone kindly identify the features of this EB MTO?
See below

 

 

These are mine:

Last: 2102b wholecut

Material: Dark Brown Museum

 

They look even better in person than that picture - very happy with them.  I'm just finding that the Museum calf does have a tendency to scuff easier than normal calf leathers - probably need to increase the wax build up.

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@Cityplace good choice. I almost went forward with a similar makeup earlier this year. I think you have one of the best looking EBs. Are they comfortable?

I go back and forth about the museum calf. I really want to see some ten year old museum calf shoes to see how they age. If anyone has an old pair, they should upload photos.
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@smoothie1 They are very comfortable - the 2102b last fits me very well, have another oxford and bal boot made up in the last as well.  In terms of the museum calf - they are quite soft and felt comfortable out of the box in my experience.

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@laufer I've been known to like chukkas

Yes I know, how do you like EB chukkas?
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@Cityplace those Bonafes look terrific - nice choice!
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Does anyone know if you can pick a G&G Deco model and put it on a non-Deco last?

Does that still incur the full Deco price? 

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Yes I know, how do you like EB chukkas?

Really like them. I would mind a cola llama or something but I'm totally open. Any textured leather with norgevese welt would be great. I've wanted to try Bonafe for a bit now anyway.
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Anyone down for an EB loden suede string loafer?

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