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Those plain toe derbies. shog[1].gif
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Excellent make up guys! I think we might do a re-run of these now that people can see how great they turned out.

I think SkoaB should make both the brown and black versions a standard SkoaB stock item!
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Guys! We have one open spot left for the G&G Burnham in Vintage Chestnut GMTO. A good chance to get this iconic wholecut Chelsea boot from G&G:

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/gmtos/products/pre-order-deposit-gaziano-girling-burnham-in-chestnut

Please e-mail us for any sizing questions or other guidance.

Does this mean one spot left to fulfill the required 6? Or one spot left to fill a GMTO, meaning how many? Just curious smile.gif
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I think SkoaB should make both the brown and black versions a standard SkoaB stock item!

 

I agree.

 

Sort of curious about this would look in burgundy too.

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I agree.

Sort of curious about this would look in burgundy too.

I'd totally get it in blue.
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Burgundy and blue. Now we're onto to something. Though I really want a nice pair of single-strap monks in blue.
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I haven't seen Skoak stocks any blue calf shoes, but only a couple of blue suede ones, even though the brands they are selling or sold have some of the most beautiful shades of blue in the market like GG midnight blue, EG midnight antique and Carmina navy cordovan. While I agree that blue calf shoes are not easy to pair with like Brown, burgundy, tan or even black shoes, but I just can't resist to keep on buying blue shoes...
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Navy / blue shoes go fantastically well with grey trousers.

And every guy should have like... what... 20 pairs of grey trousers?

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Methinks we need a navy monkstrap GMTO going. My gray slacks would be most appreciative.
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Methinks we need a navy monkstrap GMTO going. My gray slacks would be most appreciative.

 

What specifics do you have in mind?

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What specifics do you have in mind?

I've not delved that far into thought on it just yet. I'll have to give it a bit of brain time tomorrow.
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I've not delved that far into thought on it just yet. I'll have to give it a bit of brain time tomorrow.

 

Sure thing, keep us informed yes?

A navy monkstrap tickles my interest.

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Anyways......

The recent few weeks have been good. 

 

Have received these 3 recently completed GMTOS: 

 

All from EB 

 

Spectators in Vitello Giamaica and Hidro Lino. 804 last. 

 

Sidelaced balmoral oxfords in Vitello Meleze and Hidor Jasper. They are creased as I'd taken the pics after I'd worn them. 

946 last. 

 

These chukkas really take the cake. Vitello Etrusco. 74945 last. 

The closing was excellent, neat and clean stitches. Great finishing. Tight and neat outsole stitching. 

 

Now these are incoming, along with the brown hidden seam oxfords.

This is Vitello Bergeronette with a Reh lama shaft. 2102B last. 

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Wow @ those button boots

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Anyways......

The recent few weeks have been good. 

 

Have received these 3 recently completed GMTOS: 

 

All from EB 

 

Spectators in Vitello Giamaica and Hidro Lino. 804 last. 

 

Sidelaced balmoral oxfords in Vitello Meleze and Hidor Jasper. They are creased as I'd taken the pics after I'd worn them. 

946 last. 

 

These chukkas really take the cake. Vitello Etrusco. 74945 last. 

The closing was excellent, neat and clean stitches. Great finishing. Tight and neat outsole stitching. 

 

Now these are incoming, along with the brown hidden seam oxfords.

This is Vitello Bergeronette with a Reh lama shaft. 2102B last. 

 

 

Hitting it out of the ballpark with those make-ups! Excited to receive my button boots!

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