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Ah nice, you placed an order for Kudu Arrans or were these different Arrans?
Yeah, the Arran is pretty city overall but I felt like Kudu wouldn't really fit with a city look so I was debating this model. Thanks.


Great choice, and good luck with your decision. Either way I think your going to be getting a great looking boot.

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Nice, mine just cleared customs today too and should be here next week... Unfortunately I will not be home to pick them up.


That kind of stinks, but for some of us at least we're still getting them months earlier than we thought we would originally. Hopefully the rest of the order will be done shortly as well.

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Ah nice, you placed an order for Kudu Arrans or were these different Arrans?
Yeah, the Arran is pretty city overall but I felt like Kudu wouldn't really fit with a city look so I was debating this model. Thanks.

Different Arrans.

To be honest I would recommend that you do Wells in Kudu.
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Different Arrans.

To be honest I would recommend that you do Wells in Kudu.



Yeah, I was thinking about the wells too since I don't have a PTB. Probably like this in GG06 and kudu.




Not sure yet though. I liked the woburn with double ridgeway and stormwelt though so was considering doing that with the wells. Kind of wanted a boot though but GG doesn't really do country boots.
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Different Arrans.

To be honest I would recommend that you do Wells in Kudu.

Do tell... lurker[1].gif
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Hey guys, Bonafe has Chelsea boots too, here is the pick Gabriel sent me.


I'm sure they can do a version without the seam where the elastic side is. Let me know if that's something you'd be interested in and I can ask for the surcharge.
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@Leaves

Assuming that these are not spelling mistakes or mislabeling, what is the difference between Calf Lining and Goat lining? In picture above we see seven goat lining and five calf linings.

For example, apart from color, what is the difference between Brown Calf Lining and Red Goat Lining

Goat is used primarily for Button Boots and high boots because goat is more "slippery" and will let you slide into a boot more easily than normal calf lining.
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I'm selling my Frankenstitch pair, size 8 UK, if anyone is interested. Worn for 15 hours.


Quoting myself to clarify that it is a 8UK size not 8US, still available.

 

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practically new. wearing mine today for the 3rd day in a row foo.gif
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I'm sure they can do a version without the seam where the elastic side is. Let me know if that's something you'd be interested in and I can ask for the surcharge.

Leaves, I am interested but first

1. What type of lasts does Bonafe uses for its chelsea boots? What is the last on the pictured boot?
I am of opinion that 2102 last would be best suited for Chelsea boot. What would Bonafe recommend?

2. I am interested in the model above. What is the price for standard chelsea boot?

3. Yes I am interested in a wholecut boot too and I would like to know the upcharge for it.

I am surprised that you have not brought Bonafe chelsea boots for your store yet.
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Goat is used primarily for Button Boots and high boots because goat is more "slippery" and will let you slide into a boot more easily than normal calf lining.

Man you learn something new every day.
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Hey peeps I seem to remember there was a interested for this boot on 946 last from Bonafe. Has this ever moved on to GMTO? I would be interested in single color either Claret or Plum museum calf?





@Skoaktiebolaget Guys what is the difference between Claret museum and Plum musuem calf?

@RogerP are you still looking for boots in burgundy shade?
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I think that boot would look better sans medallion
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I'm looking for burgundy, but in a bal boot.
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I think that boot would look better sans medallion

I agree with you here.
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I'm looking for burgundy, but in a bal boot.

I could be persuaded to go for balmoral boot in one of the burgundy museum colors.

By the way I would only go for rubber soles like Millerighe soles form Bonafe.
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