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Thanks for the info - good to know. Still intrigued by the Black and grey. Should a man have an "F U" shoe in his closet?

One of the perks of being a young guy: Most of my shoes are "F U" shoes, and I wouldn't have it any other way. :cool:

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Black suede is FU enough. Sign up.
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I can't just yet as I've spent the past 15 minutes staring at the Bonafe's. If anyone has any pictures of a black/grey bal boot in action would love to see them.

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I have mostly FU shoes. I dont see why anyone wouldnt except if they were the president or worked as an attorney in court 5 days out of the week. Anyone else can have FU shoes IMO
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Gents correct me if I am wrong but is a plain toe adelaide a very dressy shoe?

Also can someone chime in on the Enzo Bonafe chukkas. Size down 1 from US or 1.5?
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Did everyone get this when it was out the first time around? Can we find five (5) more interested parties?

Anyone?

Bueller?

Would you mind to repeat  GMTO spec:

Last, Sole and Fit? 

 

Thank you!

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Have a question for @Skoaktiebolaget ; I realised the grey suede on the enzo bonafe button boots looks more brownish as compared to the grey suede on the enzo boanfe 2 tone balmorals. I was wondering which model's grey suede is the more accurate colour in real life? Thanks

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Only one?!

Yes, but as with my dress shoes, I find that varying shades of burgundy and brown see more wear than black.

As suggested above, I'd grab that Bonafe boot in a heartbeat if a black bal were in my cross hairs.
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Thanks for the info - good to know. Still intrigued by the Black and grey. Should a man have an "F U" shoe in his closet?

I'd say it's an absolute requirement. :-)
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If you guys get 3, you should just do an MTO through Skoak for Bonafe -- get that same model but with black suede instead of grey suede.  That price is amazing - a bit more than the Carminas but the quality is outstanding and you don't need 6.  You don't even need 3 if you are willing to pay just a 15% up charge.  

This is good advice.
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Just checking interest, would anyone be interested in a gmto for this enzo bonafe boot? in the exact same specs and last with the only difference being black calf/black suede combo. we only need 3

 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/frontpage/products/enzo-bonafe-balmoral-boot

 

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I'd do it - would it look similar to this EG shannon?

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Originally Posted by fllick View Post
 

Just checking interest, would anyone be interested in a gmto for this enzo bonafe boot? in the exact same specs and last with the only difference being black calf/black suede combo. we only need 3

 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/frontpage/products/enzo-bonafe-balmoral-boot

 

Might be interested too. SkoAB: Whats the depositon/pre-payment and devilerytime?

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Not my GMTO so feel free to ignore me, but I think a dark charcoal grey suede for the shaft that still offered some contrast with the black upper would be preferable to all black.
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