or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Skoaktiebolaget – Carmina, John Lobb, Enzo Bonafè, Carlos Santos, Saint Crispin’s, Gaziano & Girling, Rubinacci – Official Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Skoaktiebolaget – Carmina, John Lobb, Enzo Bonafè, Carlos Santos, Saint Crispin’s, Gaziano & Girling, Rubinacci – Official Thread - Page 1137

post #17041 of 23850
Well yes sir use them well but don't abuse them. That comes after few years down the road biggrin.gif
post #17042 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

Ugh!!! Of course they would be my size!!!!

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by tifosi View Post


$1k+ for a last I'm not quite in love with is a sticking point, yea...haha

Too bad, they really are great looking boots.

post #17043 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by NewYawker View Post

These beauties are inbound:



Thanks again Gabriel and skoak!

Very nice, Congrats!!!

post #17044 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Well yes sir use them well but don't abuse them. That comes after few years down the road biggrin.gif


i agree! use them well for at least a few years and then depending on how many more pairs you have by then, you can decide to use them as kickers if desired. haha.

 

only on SF would people like us talk about such amazing and expensive shoes as kickers. haha

post #17045 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by mw313 View Post


i agree! use them well for at least a few years and then depending on how many more pairs you have by then, you can decide to use them as kickers if desired. haha.

only on SF would people like us talk about such amazing and expensive shoes as kickers. haha
You have no other choice when you have new shoes coming in & large rotation lol
post #17046 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tallcane View Post


Skoak has given me the thumbs up to add the price here. As described above, the shoe would cost 8800 SEK ex vat. If metal toe tips are included it will be an additional 640 SEK ex vat. When I googled the SEK to USD it gave me an estimated US cost of $1036 with toe tips being around an extra $75. So far, two confirmed interest:

Tallcane
CFML

Hope some other F widthers join in.

F width here and interested, but only in vintage cherry, not in oak. 

post #17047 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by aldenwear View Post

F width here and interested, but only in vintage cherry, not in oak. 
What shoe are you guys doing gmto for?
post #17048 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by nickrut View Post

Sounds like we have 2... Would only need 1 more for another gmto


I would be a third - I love this button shoe and the grey on blue is perfect.  I too would prefer the chiseled last.  But I tend to need a wider shoe -- I wear an American "E" width.  Assuming this can be accommodated in the 946 - I have no experience with bonafe -- I am in.

post #17049 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by aldenwear View Post


I would be a third - I love this button shoe and the grey on blue is perfect.  I too would prefer the chiseled last.  But I tend to need a wider shoe -- I wear an American "E" width.  Assuming this can be accommodated in the 946 - I have no experience with bonafe -- I am in.

Do we still have a third? As a reminder this is for the blue button shoe on the Skoak website but in a chiseled last. Let's make this happen
post #17050 of 23850

Dear friends,

 

Am again trying to garner some interest for this GMTO makeup

 

 

Single monk design with sideswept buckle

Contrasting uppers: Dark brown museum calf below, and dark brown deerskin above

946 last

Single leather soles, bevelled waist

Conventional handwelt

We will be able to choose lining colours, and also individualised sole inscription.

 

 
This picture shows how a calf / deerskin combination would look, Albeit in a different colour.

 

We already have 2 interests, so we are looking for just one more.

post #17051 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by ThunderMarch View Post
 

Dear friends,

 

Am again trying to garner some interest for this GMTO makeup

 

 

Single monk design with sideswept buckle

Contrasting uppers: Dark brown museum calf below, and dark brown deerskin above

946 last

Single leather soles, bevelled waist

Conventional handwelt

We will be able to choose lining colours, and also individualised sole inscription.

 

 
This picture shows how a calf / deerskin combination would look, Albeit in a different colour.

 

We already have 2 interests, so we are looking for just one more.


wow! this pair sounds great too! I'm interested as well so keep me in the loop overtime on this too! I've been thinking about doing an MTO with this model and was thinking what materials would be good for the two tone.

post #17052 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by mw313 View Post
 


wow! this pair sounds great too! I'm interested as well so keep me in the loop overtime on this too! I've been thinking about doing an MTO with this model and was thinking what materials would be good for the two tone.

 

Hi there,

does the idea of dark brown museum / dark brown deerskin appeal to you?

If yes I can send Skoab an email to ask if we can have 2 guys in 946 and you with your modified last.

post #17053 of 23850
Quote:
Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post



one hellava boot, congrats
post #17054 of 23850
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wooderson View Post

Any chance the Carmina chelsea boots in fox suede will be restocked? I NEED a pair of these in 7.5. They are so boss

Nope, but we have a suede Chelsea boot incoming from Enzo Bonafé any week now,
post #17055 of 23850
Got the word from Skoak today that my DOAK/walnut Galways from February order were rejected by EG and need to be remade. What's another few months. Someone who visits Northampton may luck out (7/5E).
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
  • Skoaktiebolaget – Carmina, John Lobb, Enzo Bonafè, Carlos Santos, Saint Crispin’s, Gaziano & Girling, Rubinacci – Official Thread
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Skoaktiebolaget – Carmina, John Lobb, Enzo Bonafè, Carlos Santos, Saint Crispin’s, Gaziano & Girling, Rubinacci – Official Thread