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@Leaves
 - Any word on when the Carmina MTO Rain chocolate suede semi-brogue without a medallion will be in?

Ugh, should've gotten in on this one... pre-price hike...
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Wish I'd have snagged another pair of st c before the hkke
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Would any one else be interested in something like the grey monks in the pic?  Not sure what brand but just a style..

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Id entertain a medium/dark grey single monk
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First Enzo Bonafe Balmoral Boot Love it. Thank You For WonderFul Service Skoaktiebolaget icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Yes, yes, another 804 last question. I am an 8E on Allen Edmonds 65 last, 7.5UK on Carmina's rain last (though it's a little tight on the toebox), 7.5UK on Meermin's Park last (a little tight everywhere); 7.5UK on Meermin's Olfe last (fits great).

 

Is an EB 804 last, 7UK out of the question? It's on sale on Skoak and I want me a pair of EB.

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Yes, yes, another 804 last question. I am an 8E on Allen Edmonds 65 last, 7.5UK on Carmina's rain last (though it's a little tight on the toebox), 7.5UK on Meermin's Park last (a little tight everywhere); 7.5UK on Meermin's Olfe last (fits great).

 

Is an EB 804 last, 7UK out of the question? It's on sale on Skoak and I want me a pair of EB.

if 7.5 rain is a little tight in the toe box, 804 in 7 might be a little of a stretch. 

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Lol Ttown I'm sure you are a troll

You literally could not have photographed those from a worse position

That and your dyslexic shtick while claiming to be a doctor I'm sure this cannot be real life
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Lol Ttown I'm sure you are a troll

You literally could not have photographed those from a worse position

That and your dyslexic shtick while claiming to be a doctor I'm sure this cannot be real life

Plenty of dyslexic folks "make it" in solid careers, so this point is absurd. I am sure he did a quick and dirty set of photos for us, not something aiming to be in a catalogue.

I'm also sure he will politely post more photos once he takes them for a spin.

Nice boots, man!
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First Enzo Bonafe Balmoral Boot Love it. Thank You For WonderFul Service Skoaktiebolaget icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Looking good, Congrats!!!

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

Lol Ttown I'm sure you are a troll

You literally could not have photographed those from a worse position

That and your dyslexic shtick while claiming to be a doctor I'm sure this cannot be real life

Please fellas, keep it polite.

Shoes are really hard to shoot, especially outdoor and in direct sunlight it is a nightmare, it has taken us years to develop decent shots outdoors.
Edited by Leaves - 10/21/15 at 4:13am
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Lol Ttown I'm sure you are a troll

You literally could not have photographed those from a worse position

That and your dyslexic shtick while claiming to be a doctor I'm sure this cannot be real life


This really was uncalled for.

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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

Lol Ttown I'm sure you are a troll

You literally could not have photographed those from a worse position

That and your dyslexic shtick while claiming to be a doctor I'm sure this cannot be real life

He is absolutely for real, and a super nice guy. It is possible that English is not his first language, but that doesn't mean he is uneducated, or an unskilled Doctor.
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Thread Starter 
Simon Crompton visits Skoaktiebolaget



It's an honour for us to have Simon Crompton visit us this Saturday October 24 between 11.00 and 13.00. Simon will talk about his new book The Finest Menswear in the World (available signed by Simon at Skoaktiebolaget's brick and mortar store and later in our online store). We will also discuss classic menswear, style...and shoes of course. Welcome!

Simon will also be co-hosting "Plaza Uomo/Stiljournalen Herrmodekväll" October 21 at Fou, Hamngatan 2, Stockholm. RSVP October 21: event@plazamagazine.com. His new book will be available to buy at this event through Skoaktiebolaget (by Swish or cash).
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I love all of the support that we have for each other in this thread. There are too many threads on SF where people just argue or complain when others are lucky to be able to acquire such amazing shoes. Good job all and I hope we can keep allowing SF to be a welcome place for us shoeaholics
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Yeah, I agree that this thread is very civil. The drama that is going on in some threads are sometimes very entertaining but I prefer it to stay out if this thread. smile.gif

It appears that @mw313 and @Leaves have jinxed the thread. lol8[1].gif Nice boots, @TtownMD cheers.gif
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