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post #22951 of 23837
Ooooh the two-tone field boot is looking mighty tempting!

Havana grain and coffee suede would be hot!
post #22952 of 23837
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Originally Posted by Burzan View Post
 

 

316 last, same as the make up found here: http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/new-arrivals/products/carlos-santos-field-boot

 

 

 

So far I think we are looking at the following makeup

Oak or Brown Grain uppers (need to see comparison pics but likely whatever is the darker of the two)

Mink Suede shaft

Flat welt (same as the stock field boot)

Edge color, same as whatever the current boot is I think would be best

4 eyelets and 4 speed hooks (same color as the current stock field boot, unless the group want something different)

Dainite stud soles might be leading the votes, Ridgeway might be another option but waiting on confirmation.

 

 

This Boot

 

 

 

One of these leather combos.

 

 

 

 

 

Interested members, need 8 to move forward.

 

 

@Burzan

@Burzan Friend

@patliean1

@kali77

@mdubya

@sdfzs

@wsop05

@bm93 

@KPDarb

 

Bringing this forward a few pages so people considering it don't have to scroll back too far.

 

Any of those combos would be awesome, IMO.


Edited by RogerP - 10/2/16 at 4:53pm
post #22953 of 23837
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Bringing this forward a few pages so people considering it don't have to scroll back too far.

Any of those combos would be awesome, IMO.

Thanks, if you can edit and add @KPDarb to the interested parties that would be great.
post #22954 of 23837

If any of the boot gang wants a pair of grain leather longwings for those days when a boot might be too much, we're one commitment away from the awesome Tarnsjo EBs.  

post #22955 of 23837
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What is the price range of Joe Works? I believe they are good year Welted right ?

If it's Joe Works, Tokyo price tag is 68000 yen ($680) for Suede/shoulder calf, 74000 ($740) yen for Annonay Calf
post #22956 of 23837

Gentlemen,

 

I am so glad boot weather is here:

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Happy Sunday!

post #22957 of 23837
Quote:
Originally Posted by Burzan View Post
 

 

316 last, same as the make up found here: http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/new-arrivals/products/carlos-santos-field-boot

 

 

 

So far I think we are looking at the following makeup

Oak or Brown Grain uppers (need to see comparison pics but likely whatever is the darker of the two)

Mink Suede shaft

Flat welt (same as the stock field boot)

Edge color, same as whatever the current boot is I think would be best

4 eyelets and 4 speed hooks (same color as the current stock field boot, unless the group want something different)

Dainite stud soles might be leading the votes, Ridgeway might be another option but waiting on confirmation.

 

 

This Boot

 

 

 

One of these leather combos.

 

 

 

 

 

Interested members, need 8 to move forward.

 

 

@Burzan

@Burzan Friend

@patliean1

@kali77

@mdubya

@sdfzs

@wsop05

@bm93 

 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

 

Bringing this forward a few pages so people considering it don't have to scroll back too far.

 

Any of those combos would be awesome, IMO.

 

Please add me to the interested list. My preference would be the Oak grain, but brown grain is fine as well. Also I would require the dainite sole, it just doesn't make sense for me to go with commando or ridgeway out here in California.

post #22958 of 23837

What's the approxminate cost? 

post #22959 of 23837

Alright fellas! 

 

Here you go:

 

Mink Suede and Brown Grain

 

Mink Suede and Havane Grain

 

Mink Suede and Oak Grain

 

 

Keep in mind that this is just for you to get a better idea of how the combos work, a slight difference in color may occur! 

 

IMHO all combos will be stunning! 

 

KInd regards,

 

Oliver

post #22960 of 23837
Would this Calway be available in wide or narrow? Sorry if I've missed this info in the flurry of recent posts. TIA
post #22961 of 23837

How many is needed for a CS GMTO?

 

I think Dark Brown is the best looking combo followed by Oak.

 

But if the final makeup is going to be CS "Dainite", I'll probably be out given how poorly my other non-dainite branded "dainite" soles have worn. My advice would be if you guys are going to go for something less winter boot/rugged looking and more sleek, avoid the grain lower and go for a calf leather.

 

Image result for edward green galway

 

or

Image result for edward green galway

 

 

 

Grain (in my opinion) tends to pair better with a chunkier look (e.g. victory sole)

 

Image result for edward green galway shearling

 

 

 

Image result for edward green galway shearling

post #22962 of 23837
I think I would be out of if it is a dainite look alike and not really dainite.
post #22963 of 23837
The brown/mink combo looks awesome.
post #22964 of 23837
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by peppercorn78 View Post

Would this Calway be available in wide or narrow? Sorry if I've missed this info in the flurry of recent posts. TIA

One width only for Carlos Santos.
post #22965 of 23837
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by phsiao08 View Post

What's the approxminate cost? 

The Carlos Santos Field boot is
3200 SEK including VAT for EU clients
2560 SEK excluding VAT for non-EU clients
$350 USD for US clients
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