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Maybe, we'll see! GMTO suggestions?

 

Do they have a darker grain leather option? I was thinking a darker grain and then dark brown or espresso suede shaft, on Dainite or a sleek commando of sorts, flat welt. I think it would be a killer winter boot and highly versatile compared to the 64 last EG version. I could use a boot that can do double duty in the winter casually with denim or with some trousers.

 

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Do they have a darker grain leather option? I was thinking a darker grain and then dark brown or espresso suede shaft, on Dainite or a sleek commando of sorts, flat welt. I think it would be a killer winter boot and highly versatile compared to the 64 last EG version. I could use a boot that can do double duty in the winter casually with denim or with some trousers.

All swatches here, scroll down a bit:
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/carlos-santos
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All swatches here, scroll down a bit:
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/carlos-santos

 

Ahh nice, in that case.

 

Oak Grain/ Mink Suede shaft, flat welt, Dainite or other rubber sole option, 316 last.

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Ahh nice, in that case.

 

Oak Grain/ Mink Suede shaft, flat welt, Dainite or other rubber sole option, 316 last.

 

Hmmmm...I think I would be quite interested in this make up. 

 

@Leaves Does CS provide an approx completion time for such a orders? I know their patina service is a month.

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Hmmmm...I think I would be quite interested in this make up. 

@Leaves
 Does CS provide an approx completion time for such a orders? I know their patina service is a month.

I may be interested in this makeup as well, depending on turnaround time. Would be a great wet winter beater boot.
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Hmmmm...I think I would be quite interested in this make up. 

 

@Leaves Does CS provide an approx completion time for such a orders? I know their patina service is a month.

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I may be interested in this makeup as well, depending on turnaround time. Would be a great wet winter beater boot.

 

True, turnaround time would be key on this one since it is going to be a great winter boot if it can be had in such a timeline.

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Originally Posted by Burzan View Post

Ahh nice, in that case.

Oak Grain/ Mink Suede shaft, flat welt, Dainite or other rubber sole option, 316 last.

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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post

Hmmmm...I think I would be quite interested in this make up. 

@Leaves
 Does CS provide an approx completion time for such a orders? I know their patina service is a month.

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I may be interested in this makeup as well, depending on turnaround time. Would be a great wet winter beater boot.

I believe our current Field Boot is in Oak Grain. The darker option is Brown Grain. I don't have the swatches in front of me. But it's definitely doable.

Turnaround would be about 3 months from the date when we close the GMTO.
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I believe our current Field Boot is in Oak Grain. The darker option is Brown Grain. I don't have the swatches in front of me. But it's definitely doable.

Turnaround would be about 3 months from the date when we close the GMTO.

 

Turnaround time sounds good. If the current boot is for sure Oak Grain I would say switch to the Brown Grain if that is darker of the two in real life.

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All swatches here, scroll down a bit:
http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/carlos-santos

That Havana grain looks freaking awesome .
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Anyone interested in an oak or hazel calf upper/oak or brown grain shaft/flat welt/double leather sole/316 last makeup ?

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Anyone interested in an oak or hazel calf upper/oak or brown grain shaft/flat welt/double leather sole makeup ?

 

Yes but the Dark oak/ Walnut CC Galway is a grail of mine so I probably shouldn't.

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Order placed, hopefully they"ll be finished in time for spring season :lurk:


Mine too! Looking forward to these. :)

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That Havana grain looks freaking awesome .

Agreed. I could do the Havana grain with the navy, or mink shaft. I'm actually pretty open to combinations as this will be a nasty weather boot for me.
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Thank you Skoaktiebolag for Wonderful service icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I'd basically be in on most combinations of the field boot suggested, it's a killer design! Had the pleasure to get a feel for Carlos santos grain earlier today and I would say it has a very nice soft feel to it.

Throwing in the combination of ebony calf upper with mink suede shaft for consideration
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