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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

How much is a Nevis? I was under the impression that Nevis is more expensive than other EG boots. Definitely MTO potential depending on the specifications.

The Edward Green Nevis will be about 7200 SEK ex VAT (~$1110 USD) if we do it as a GMTO, as a single MTO it will be 8600 SEK ex VAT (~$1325 USD).
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I just want to officially thank these awesome guys for helping me get my new chukkas.
I will be back...
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Im sooo happy right now smile.gif

The real pleasure in this line of business is hearing feedback like this, thanks Niklas!
post #1713 of 24347
Leaves, those MTOs are awesome! Deets on each make-up?
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Damn, that is a really good GMTO number on the Nevis....
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Sorry RP, all spoken for. smile.gif

The Nevis is amazing, do I hear GMTO anyone? biggrin.gif

Seems like my makeups are popular lately....first the Frankenstitch and now the Nevis...
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^^^ My wallet HATES you. ;-)
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Seems like my makeups are popular lately....first the Frankenstitch and now the Nevis...

Will you stop at nothing in your quest for global boot domination?

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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

Will you stop at nothing in your quest for global boot domination?

I went a bit crazy with MTOs in 2013...I think my collection is about complete...that is until Patrik comes back from his April trip to Carmina with a bunch of pics/ideas for great makeups...
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Stmaier - congrats on a great pair of Nevis! Are these the usual 606 make up in doak but in single leather sole?
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Stmaier - congrats on a great pair of Nevis! Are these the usual 606 make up in doak but in single leather sole?

Should be double leather sole...606 last, dark oak, flat welt...
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Should be double leather sole...606 last, dark oak, flat welt...

Ah yes. Very nice indeed. Just out of curiosity: why did you not choose the storm welt which is standard for the Nevis?
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I discussed the welt option with Patrik. My initial preference was a flat welt and he agreed that in the dark oak it would probably look better. He felt the storm welt was better suited for the country calf options.
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The flat welt does give the boot a somewhat dressier appearance. I have seen this boot with a storm welt in country calf and it is KILLER - but a bit more casual while still being quite similar overall. Whole point of MTO is having it your way.
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The flat welt does give the boot a somewhat dressier appearance. I have seen this boot with a storm welt in country calf and it is KILLER - but a bit more casual while still being quite similar overall. Whole point of MTO is having it your way.

Roger: do you mean the mahogany CC? If so I agree with you completely! smile.gif
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what would the specs of the GMTO Nevis be? country calf with storm welt or same as this latest MTO?

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