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post #106 of 750
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Styleforum members we are looking for some ideas for Carmina MTOs.  Some ideas are suede single strap monks and some suede chukkas.  Please let us know what you are interested in.  If we order soon they should arrive this summer.  Navy and green suede are getting a lot of interest!

Unipair Guy

I've been wanting a pair of green suede no tassel loafers.
post #107 of 750

That sounds good!  We have been talking about a green suede chukka around here.  What does everyone think? 

post #108 of 750
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Here are some of our recent arrivals.  If anything catches your eye let us know and we will get them on your feet!  www.unipairstore.com


Love these new EGs...would like to see a suede version of a split toe derby from Carmina.  I prefer dark brown but snuff looks sexy too. smile.gif  Their split toe options are either on the Simpson or Queens last (I've seen Alcudia as well), but for my feet, the Queens last fits the best.

post #109 of 750

I think, WOW. Others think: WOOOOOW

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Carmina navy cordovan tassels bigstar[1].gif  Let us know what you think!  

post #110 of 750
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I think, WOW. Others think: WOOOOOW


Yes, in person even more WOW!  Carmina navy cordovan is pure win!  Anybody interested in a navy cordovan boot?  drool.gif

post #111 of 750
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Love these new EGs...would like to see a suede version of a split toe derby from Carmina.  I prefer dark brown but snuff looks sexy too. smile.gif  Their split toe options are either on the Simpson or Queens last (I've seen Alcudia as well), but for my feet, the Queens last fits the best.


Thank you very much!  Those are some great ideas that we will look into! fing02[1].gif

post #112 of 750
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Jalan shoes are made in Indonesia and they are Goodyear welted by hand.  The hides are sourced from France.  These shoes are on par for quality with other mid-range shoe makers.  The owner of the company studied shoes in England and brought this knowledge back to Indonesia where labor costs are lower.  All of this allows the customer to get a great quality shoe for a very reasonable price.  Jalan has done very well in Japan and Korea.  I hope this is helpful and I am happy to answer any other questions you have.

Unipair Guy

I have actually purchased to pairs of Jalan's from Unipair. Ox-blood quarter brogue and brown suede double monks. Quality is excellent and the skins they use are of very high quality. The shoes have work well over the last three years I've owned them.

Unipair also has a great cobbler service, called "Resh". I had them install flush toe taps on my double monks. The quality of installation and parts is as high as my JM Weston's.
post #113 of 750
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Unipair also has a great cobbler service, called "Resh". I had them install flush toe taps on my double monks. The quality of installation and parts is as high as my JM Weston's.

 

They are indeed quite good. Had the same done to a pair of AE's a while back:

 

post #114 of 750
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Yes, in person even more WOW!  Carmina navy cordovan is pure win!  Anybody interested in a navy cordovan boot?  drool.gif

How much are you taking for those incl shipping to EU?

post #115 of 750

Last week they were offering free shipping and 10% deduction for VAT. Don't know if that's still going on, but here's the link to the shoe.

 

http://unipairstore.com/shop/goods/goods_view.php?goodsno=673&category=005

post #116 of 750

Don't understand, what will that be in $?

post #117 of 750
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I have actually purchased to pairs of Jalan's from Unipair. Ox-blood quarter brogue and brown suede double monks. Quality is excellent and the skins they use are of very high quality. The shoes have work well over the last three years I've owned them.

Unipair also has a great cobbler service, called "Resh". I had them install flush toe taps on my double monks. The quality of installation and parts is as high as my JM Weston's.

Thanks for that information. I am still awaiting natural light photos.

Do you mind sharing photos of yours? How often do you wear them? Thanks
post #118 of 750
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Carmina Navy Cordovan Double monks Deia Last  icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

I think I need these. nod[1].gif
post #119 of 750
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I think I need these. nod[1].gif

I think you do, also ME.

post #120 of 750

If we can get the Navy cordovan we would love to do a boot!  Please let us know what kind of boot everyone is interested in.  All we need is six people and it is good to go! nod[1].gif

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