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I just realized that Skoak stopped selling Carmina inca last. Why did they stop selling inca last?
Are you sure it's just that they don't have any Inca last models stocked at the moment? If I recall -- and it seems this way with most Carmina retailers -- only one or two models in stock, if any, are on Inca at a given time. It's a great last but not as popular or versatile as others. If there is some policy of not stocking any Inca again in the future, I stand corrected.
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I'm out for this one @laufer but wish you the best of luck.

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Are you sure it's just that they don't have any Inca last models stocked at the moment? If I recall -- and it seems this way with most Carmina retailers -- only one or two models in stock, if any, are on Inca at a given time. It's a great last but not as popular or versatile as others. If there is some policy of not stocking any Inca again in the future, I stand corrected.

Why not as versatile? I find mine versatile enough.
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Why not as versatile? I find mine versatile enough.

I have two pairs of double monks on Inca. I find the last very versatile as well from denim to dress trousers.
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To clarify - I just mean that it doesn't get made into very many styles by Carmina. I see few models using Inca. The range of makeups has been relatively narrow. Not dissing the Inca last guys.
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@watchidiot what is the makeup of that single monk? Very unusual (in a good way)...

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On a happier and grainier note - GG Rosewood Kudu Isham & Carmina Tarnsjo Longwings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carmina Tarnsjo Longwings

 

 

 

 

That's what I'm  talking about. Congrats!!!!

 

 

Hopefully the rest of the GMTO will be ready soon.

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On a happier and grainier note - GG Rosewood Kudu Isham & Carmina Tarnsjo Longwings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carmina Tarnsjo Longwings

 

 

 

 

:fistbump:.  Bravo compañero!!.

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On a happier and grainier note - GG Rosewood Kudu Isham & Carmina Tarnsjo Longwings














Amazing choices!










Carmina Tarnsjo Longwings







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I do t think we'd need a new last, just find the right one. Bonafè has hundreds of lasts, some that have not been used in decades. But we will try not to add a very wide selection of lasts as it leads to a bit of confusion for the end consumer. We've already phased out o couple of them (2102b and standard 363) to make room for lasts that are easier to fit.

Yes I've seen some very interesting lasts that EB still has around but doesn't use, like what we used to make my custom last. The instep isn't very high compared to the others and it has a nice elongated but chiseled toe.






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Those Isham in Kudu and width look awesome! 

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Looks like the kudu is starting to arrive. Getting excited!!
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Cheers folks!

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Wanted to gauge the interest level in a Carmina MTO for Navy Calf double monks in either suede or calf? Preferably calf. Lasts I would consider are the Rain and Simpson? I am not sure if Carmina does Navy Museum Calf but that is a possibility too if people want it. I know the Simpson Double Monks sold very well in brown and black on Skoaktibolaget.

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@watchidiot
 what is the makeup of that single monk? Very unusual (in a good way)...
Thanks! I can't remember the reference number but it's on the 946 last with vitello yoko uppers and burgundy lama calf strap.
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