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These are going to be hard for me to resist!!

 

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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Hello guys, we just launched a new pre-order today. It's by popular request a return of the Enzo Bonafé Hunter Boot.
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/gmtos/products/pre-order-deposit-enzo-bonafe-hunter-boot


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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Hello guys, we just launched a new pre-order today. It's by popular request a return of the Enzo Bonafé Hunter Boot.
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/gmtos/products/pre-order-deposit-enzo-bonafe-hunter-boot


Whoa. Those are beauties.

 

For someone who wears mostly Vibergs, where do these fall in the dressy-casual line.

 

Got to think on when and what I'd wear those with though.

 

Any in the wild pics from existing owners? Thanks.

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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post

Whoa. Those are beauties.

For someone who wears mostly Vibergs, where do these fall in the dressy-casual line.

Got to think on when and what I'd wear those with though.

Any in the wild pics from existing owners? Thanks.

You can make these work out insanely with casual outfits. These pictures (not mine) will be responsible for a few more orders.





Edited by Steel28 - 4/18/16 at 1:29pm
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You can make these work out insanely with casual outfits. These pictures (not mine) will be responsible for a few more orders.





Don't sell your pics short. Well done.

 

Might be a dumb question but is that boot design more for colder or country climes or ok in southern U.S..

 

I don't cuff my jeans etc.. Might detract a bit from the boot? but not too much I'd hope.

 

Would they be good with SC, Blazer or suit?

 

Sorry for all the noob questions.

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I don't cuff my jeans etc.. Might detract a bit from the boot? but not too much I'd hope.

Would they be good with SC, Blazer or suit?

Sorry for all the noob questions.

Uncuffed jeans won't detract, no.

I would say odd SC and flannels, yes. Not sure about a suit. I probably wouldn't.
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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post


Don't sell your pics short. Well done.

Might be a dumb question but is that boot design more for colder or country climes or ok in southern U.S..

I don't cuff my jeans etc.. Might detract a bit from the boot? but not too much I'd hope.

Would they be good with SC, Blazer or suit?

Sorry for all the noob questions.

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Uncuffed jeans won't detract, no.

I would say odd SC and flannels, yes. Not sure about a suit. I probably wouldn't.



+1

I wear my EG shoes and boots and soon to come GG boots with denim quite often without any cuffing.

I wouldn't wear these with suit 100%. They are on a very casual side IMO.
post #21517 of 24402
They would, however, be killer with a nice country tweed suit!
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post


Uncuffed jeans won't detract, no.

I would say odd SC and flannels, yes. Not sure about a suit. I probably wouldn't.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post



+1

I wear my EG shoes and boots and soon to come GG boots with denim quite often without any cuffing.

I wouldn't wear these with suit 100%. They are on a very casual side IMO.


Thanks fellas. The suit I was thinking about was this Maison Margiela grey with soft white striped virgin wool suit. But I have other shoes for that.

 

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Would those Hunter boots look out of place in S. Florida?

post #21519 of 24402

I think they'd do just fine paired with a countrified suit...

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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post


You can make these work out insanely with casual outfits. These pictures (not mine) will be responsible for a few more orders.




 

Most excellent. Those pics do indeed make me want to put in an order. By the way, I know you said they weren't yours, but any clue where the jacket is from?

post #21521 of 24402
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Hello guys, we just launched a new pre-order today. It's by popular request a return of the Enzo Bonafé Hunter Boot.
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/gmtos/products/pre-order-deposit-enzo-bonafe-hunter-boot



Still one of my favourite pairs of boots.
post #21522 of 24402

Guys, I'd like to go in on the Bonafe Hunter boot, but I need sizing references for the 363MOD last. Can you compare to Carmina Rain? Thanks in advance.

post #21523 of 24402

Only one spot left now for the Enzo Bonafè Jumper boot in Dark Cognac Cordovan:

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/gmtos/products/ebpre3824moddcshell

 

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Originally Posted by tee84 View Post

Most excellent. Those pics do indeed make me want to put in an order. By the way, I know you said they weren't yours, but any clue where the jacket is from?

Not sure about the jacket in the pics but take a look at Eidos field jacket.
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Styleforum is probably the only place in the world where you can find (a gathering of) men who buy more shoes than their wives.

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Too true...

Definitely right on this one!! Guilty as charged.
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