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Still kick myself for not gettin those
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Lol finally got off my butt and put my order in for the CS Suede/Grain Field Boot GMTO. Kudos to me.

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Beautiful!! 

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Heads up! Carlos Santos Field Boot GMTO in Grain and Suede closes today the 18th! 

 

Time to jump onboard if you want to get your hands on a spectacular pair of boots. 

 

Carlos Santos Field Boot in Grain/Suede

 

Some pics: 

 

This model

 

In this make-up, grain upper and suede shaft

 

Kind regards,

 

Oliver

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I have read through this thread thoroughly because I am highly interested in the CS Field Boots but im having a hard time pulling the trigger. I feel like these may be the most well proportioned Galway repros I have seen. Perhaps short of Vass but I prefer them to Solegarb's Enzo Galways and much prefer them to Meermins. Could someone post more photos of their field boots? Give some impressions?
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I have read through this thread thoroughly because I am highly interested in the CS Field Boots but im having a hard time pulling the trigger. I feel like these may be the most well proportioned Galway repros I have seen. Perhaps short of Vass but I prefer them to Solegarb's Enzo Galways and much prefer them to Meermins. Could someone post more photos of their field boots? Give some impressions?

 

I'd put the Carmina Jumper on the Oscar last right up there as one of the better-proportioned derby boots.  It's not attempting to be a Galway, and for some that will be a net positive.  But nothing I've seen of the CS boot has led me to view it as anything less than a great execution of a Galway-esque boot and a compelling value.

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I think I will take the CS Boot as well. What is the 316 last like? I am 10,5 on Forest and Oscar. However the Oscar seems to be roomier to me overall. I know for sure that Rain in the same size was too long.

Which size would you guys recommend?
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I'd put the Carmina Jumper on the Oscar last right up there as one of the better-proportioned derby boots.  It's not attempting to be a Galway, and for some that will be a net positive.  But nothing I've seen of the CS boot has led me to view it as anything less than a great execution of a Galway-esque boot and a compelling value.

Hey thanks Roger. Its comforting to hear a positive review from an esteemed member such as yourself. I think i may pick up a pair in the coming days to round out my collection. I agree with you about the Carmina Jumper, gorgeous.
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I'd put the Carmina Jumper on the Oscar last right up there as one of the better-proportioned derby boots.  It's not attempting to be a Galway, and for some that will be a net positive.  But nothing I've seen of the CS boot has led me to view it as anything less than a great execution of a Galway-esque boot and a compelling value.


I have a grain leather Oscar lasted jumper and this is the only reason I haven't signed on for the CS boot.  Too close.  Otherwise I'd be all over it. 

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I have a grain leather Oscar lasted jumper and this is the only reason I haven't signed on for the CS boot.  Too close.  Otherwise I'd be all over it. 


I hear you. Whenever I come across an appealing brown or tan derby boot, I hear a voice saying "Negative Ghost Rider, the pattern is full." :-)
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I hear you. Whenever I come across an appealing brown or tan derby boot, I hear a voice saying "Negative Ghost Rider, the pattern is full." :-)

that's when you have to look deep into your palms and say "Talk to me Goose...........talk to me.........."

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Bought this last year from skoak & finally got a chance to take them out !!
Edward Green Alderley Rosewood CC !!
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I remember when Skoak had those. Definitely a case of the shouldaboughts for me. Very nice.
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Guys, do these go with suits, greys and blues, as a fall/ spring go-to shoe? Or the hue is too "orange" and not so brownish? Opinions?

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