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I am happy so far no problems with gf & shoes lol

except for iPad happy.gif
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I am happy so far no problems with gf & shoes lol

Probably because she does not know of all the other shoes you are storing at your "offsite" location

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except for iPad happy.gif

And a pair of Vass
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Probably because she does not know of all the other shoes you are storing at your "offsite" location
Not going to lie I am guilty of that lol
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^ aren't we all? My cabinet at work is overflowing! lol8[1].gif
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I am happy so far no problems with gf & shoes lol

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except for iPad happy.gif

What Steel said! smile.gif
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I wish my GF would only say "they look the same."  Instead the first question is "how much were they," quickly followed by "OMG my shoes aren't even that much."  

 

Then she's doing it wrong. 

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My girlfriend doesn't have a problem with my shoes, either. My wife does, though....

I have the same problem.  It's costing me money

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My solution: Get her a pair, take her to dealers and chat with a learned shoe dealer, and she replied with "Oh that's not very expensive for a quality pair" as she's wearing it.

We shared same size so problem solved. We could rotate pairs lol

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Couple weeks ago I happily spent St Crispin money on a pair of shoes for the wife. While she rarely ever interrogates me regarding my own shoe purchases I still feel that "hush money" in the form of women's shoes ensures it stays that way.

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Dear @Leaves

Some time ago SkoaB did a pre-order for this particular EB model (with the "reverse" split toe round closed stitch:


LL

 

It was also earlier mentioned that due to skilled manpower limitations at Bonafe, that this particular split toe stitching would only be available for this model. 

 

It's some months now.... and with the launch of your new pre - orders, in particular this one: 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/enzo-bonafe/products/enzo-bonafe-cordovan-split-toe-derby

I am wondering if EB is now ready to accept MTO orders for this "reverse" split toe stitch on other models, namely the split toe model featured in the above link? Of course I am not referring to using that stitch method for the cordovan pre-order. Rather, I am interested in organising a GMTO for that model in calf.

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Dear @Leaves

Some time ago SkoaB did a pre-order for this particular EB model (with the "reverse" split toe round closed stitch:


LL

 

It was also earlier mentioned that due to skilled manpower limitations at Bonafe, that this particular split toe stitching would only be available for this model. 

 

It's some months now.... and with the launch of your new pre - orders, in particular this one: 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/enzo-bonafe/products/enzo-bonafe-cordovan-split-toe-derby

I am wondering if EB is now ready to accept MTO orders for this "reverse" split toe stitch on other models, namely the split toe model featured in the above link? Of course I am not referring to using that stitch method for the cordovan pre-order. Rather, I am interested in organising a GMTO for that model in calf.

 

 

I'd be very interested in that model!

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Dear @Leaves

Some time ago SkoaB did a pre-order for this particular EB model (with the "reverse" split toe round closed stitch:


LL

 

It was also earlier mentioned that due to skilled manpower limitations at Bonafe, that this particular split toe stitching would only be available for this model. 

 

It's some months now.... and with the launch of your new pre - orders, in particular this one: 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/enzo-bonafe/products/enzo-bonafe-cordovan-split-toe-derby

I am wondering if EB is now ready to accept MTO orders for this "reverse" split toe stitch on other models, namely the split toe model featured in the above link? Of course I am not referring to using that stitch method for the cordovan pre-order. Rather, I am interested in organising a GMTO for that model in calf.


I believe the shell one is using machine stitching instead of the Dover technique.

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Dear @Leaves

Some time ago SkoaB did a pre-order for this particular EB model (with the "reverse" split toe round closed stitch:


It was also earlier mentioned that due to skilled manpower limitations at Bonafe, that this particular split toe stitching would only be available for this model. 

It's some months now.... and with the launch of your new pre - orders, in particular this one: 
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/enzo-bonafe/products/enzo-bonafe-cordovan-split-toe-derby
I am wondering if EB is now ready to accept MTO orders for this "reverse" split toe stitch on other models, namely the split toe model featured in the above link? Of course I am not referring to using that stitch method for the cordovan pre-order. Rather, I am interested in organising a GMTO for that model in calf.

I will have to wait until this complete run is finished and delivered until I will allow more orders. Please be patient.
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I believe the shell one is using machine stitching instead of the Dover technique.

Well, I'm not sure it's machine stitched. But it's a different construction.
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I'd be very interested in that model!

I second that!
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