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^^Speaking of which, we just recieved two new Enzo Bonafé styles:

Enzo Bonafé Balmoral Boot


Enzo Bonafé Derby Boot

Am overjoyed. That took considerably faster than 2 weeks.
Thanks Patrik. I've got me a pair of those balmorals.
Will post pics of them, and the carmina longwings, when they arrive.
Cheers.
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It's crazy that EB boots are now cheaper than comparative Carmina.

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These are inbound from Stockholm, pretty damn pumped. The Bonafé wholecut design on the 946 is so, so nice and I'm excited to see if Bolet is as rich of a color in person as it looks in the pics. Thanks Gabriel for the help with the order!

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I'd like to order a pair of Carmina from skoak, but I'm unsure of sizing. If it doesn't work out, anybody have any experience returning from the US?
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Yes, its been covered a few times.  You're return will cost you $40-60 from North America most likley.  

 

Email them for sizing recommendations if you are unsure or cannot find what you need in the Carmina thread.

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It's crazy that EB boots are now cheaper than comparative Carmina.


had the same thought, just order the derby boot, my very first pair of Enzo, it was very helpful that Skoak listed comparable Carmina size information. since I have both Carmina Detroit & Soller, it was easy to determine my size for this Enzo boot.

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These are inbound from Stockholm, pretty damn pumped. The Bonafé wholecut design on the 946 is so, so nice and I'm excited to see if Bolet is as rich of a color in person as it looks in the pics. Thanks Gabriel for the help with the order!

Was this a MTO? Would be highly curious for IRL pics...looks to be a bold choice. A bold, but exceedingly sexy choice...

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Was this a MTO? Would be highly curious for IRL pics...looks to be a bold choice. A bold, but exceedingly sexy choice...

Thanks, it is indeed an MTO. I think the typical indoor color will be a little darker than Skoak's well lit one but I'll post some in the wild pics after they arrive...
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Was this a MTO? Would be highly curious for IRL pics...looks to be a bold choice. A bold, but exceedingly sexy choice...

I have a pair of StCs which are similar but more tan. Fun shoe to wear around, although more so in the summer I think.

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Thanks, it is indeed an MTO. I think the typical indoor color will be a little darker than Skoak's well lit one but I'll post some in the wild pics after they arrive...

Bolet is a great color!
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Bolet is a great color!


Agree. Please stock moar :)

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It's crazy that EB boots are now cheaper than comparative Carmina.

 

They are?

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They are?

For U.S. Customers EB Boots are $550 and Carmina are $575
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cool boots but I personally think the balmoral would do better sans metal eyelets. :-)  Might have to mto one that way in the 'futch. 

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cool boots but I personally think the balmoral would do better sans metal eyelets. :-)  Might have to mto one that way in the 'futch. 

We have to mix things up a bit. When I look at old vintage Balmorals these most often have visible eyelets and that's kinda where I got the inspiration for this run of boots.
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