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You can say that again.

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Thanks again to Patrick, Gabriel, and the entire crew at Skoaktiebolaget!!

I dunno what watch you're gonna use to match those, @dddrees !  Red Sub, maybe??

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I dunno what watch you're gonna use to match those, @dddrees
 !  Red Sub, maybe??

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looks awesome :) cant wait to get my Thorpe's in Kudo oak . 


Same! They should be arriving any day now right? :) Right? :)

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@Leaves

Pat, can you remind us again when should we expect GG VOAK Thorpe GMTO to be done, June?

thanks
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@Leaves

Pat, can you remind us again when should we expect GG VOAK Thorpe GMTO to be done, June?

thanks


What's the typical G&G lead time? Skoak's website says 4 months but that seems very fast to me.

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Same! They should be arriving any day now right? smile.gif Right? smile.gif
Not sure. I was informed 4 months initially when I placed the order so hoping to get it this month as this was done end of Nov 2015. This is my first G&G MTO and other G&G purchases have been the in-stock models that skoak carries.
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Not sure. I was informed 4 months initially when I placed the order so hoping to get it this month as this was done end of Nov 2015. This is my first G&G MTO and other G&G purchases have been the in-stock models that skoak carries.


This is actually my first G&G ever.  Very excited about it, to say the least.  I've lusted after a kudu thorpe for some time now!

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What's the typical G&G lead time? Skoak's website says 4 months but that seems very fast to me.


I ordered my pair of Isham Kudu in the beginning of November last year and received them last week. So my lead time was about 4 months and 2 weeks.

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What's the typical G&G lead time? Skoak's website says 4 months but that seems very fast to me.

Estimated delivery time for a normal MTO (not Deco, which is about six months) is four months but it also depends on the leather as well as if it is a big GMTO (like some we have done in Kudu during the past year or so). But four months is the normal approximate lead time for G&G.

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Having said that I remembered getting my pairs of mto deco papworth and bowlly before my other non deco gmtos even though the orders went in roughly the same time.
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Estimated delivery time for a normal MTO (not Deco, which is about six months) is four months but it also depends on the leather as well as if it is a big GMTO (like some we have done in Kudu during the past year or so). But four months is the normal approximate lead time for G&G.
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I dunno what watch you're gonna use to match those, @dddrees !  Red Sub, maybe??

 

Yeah, that was my original thought.

 

After seeing the watch @Leaves may or may have not sent I think I'll still stick with the Red Sub. But maybe I''ll give that one to the wife. LOL

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Wow so there are some great pairs that just came out between the two different Rosewood kudu pairs (Thorpe and Isham) as well as those St. C shoes.

 

I can't wait until all of my pairs come in!!! 

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Latest batch of Gaziano & Girling MTO's:

 

Gaziano Girling Deco Bowlly Vintage Cedar  

 

Gaziano Girling Mitchell Midnight Blue Deco Sq. Last

 

Gaziano Girling Thorpe Vintage Rioja GG06 Last

 

Gaziano Girling Arran Oak Kudu Deco Last

 

Gaziano Girling Rotschild Polo Suede TG73 Last With Belt

 

Gaziano Girling Walkton Rosewood Kudu Vintage Cherry MH71 Last

 

Gaziano Girling Gable Vintage Oak TG73 Last with belt

 

Gaziano Girling Sinatra Black Calf MH71 Last

 

Gaziano Girling Cannes Oak Kudu KN14 Last

 

Gaziano Girling Thorpe Rosewood Kudu MH71 Last

 

Gaziano Girling Isham Oak Kudu MH71 Last

 

Let the drooling begin :rolleyes:

 

Regards, 

 

Oliver

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Yeah, that was my original thought.

After seeing the watch @Leaves
 may or may have not sent I think I'll still stick with the Red Sub. But maybe I''ll give that one to the wife. LOL

Then you must really love you wife!
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Hi Everybody,

 

Trying to give another chance for the following GMTO.

 

Double leather sole
Norwegian natural stitch
Rubber topy
 
Idea is to bring it into decisively casual look

 

So, essentially we are talking this shoe

 

Enzo-Bonafe-3725-new-04_1024x1024.jpg?v=1444723187

 

on double sole and this stitch

 

http://cdn.styleforum.net/b/b9/b90402f2_LLbb.jpeg

 

Norwegian stitch unfortunately adds a lot to the price, so Skoak priced this shoe at $625

I also open to skip Norwegian and stick with double sole and topy which should be $548

 

If you are interested in this makeup please PM me.

I am going to post this in one other forum

 

Thank you

 

David

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