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post #631 of 1241
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yes, I would do so, with a minimum of 6 pairs and 50% deposits paid before processing the order to the factory.

 

And on that note, anyone interested in doing an MTO for a boot?

post #632 of 1241
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And on that note, anyone interested in doing an MTO for a boot?

Not that I am attempting to tell you what to do, but maybe it would be best to describe what you are looking to do i.e. colors, last, model etc? I find that men (frequently) need an idea planted in their head or visual stimuli in order to grasp something they want. For some possible help, I am attaching 2 pics of boots that yet to exist but could very well be ordered should people be inclined to do so.

Just trying to help as I would be curious to see what could be created!

Thanks for your support







Edited by The Shoe Snob - 10/29/15 at 6:39am
post #633 of 1241
I've said it before, but that museum calf / grain boot is an absolute winner.
post #634 of 1241

Is museum an option?

post #635 of 1241
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I've said it before, but that museum calf / grain boot is an absolute winner.

Definitely. I'd buy it over the Carmina equivalent, I like this balmoral line shape better.
post #636 of 1241
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

I've said it before, but that museum calf / grain boot is an absolute winner.

Thanks Roger!!

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Is museum an option?

yes it is. I have on order to arrive in 2 weeks: Dark Brown, Cordan (as showed), Gold (but need to check on quantity, think only enough for MTO's), Navy and Plum

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Definitely. I'd buy it over the Carmina equivalent, I like this balmoral line shape better.

I appreciate that, thank you and hope that you have been enjoying your burgundy Wedgwoods.
post #637 of 1241
Some MTO's in Burgundy/Burgundy Scotch Grain on the MGF last (sharp chisel):

1. The Stefano
2. The Wallingford with Fleur de Lys medallion




post #638 of 1241
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

I have on order to arrive in 2 weeks: Dark Brown, Cordan (as showed), Gold (but need to check on quantity, think only enough for MTO's), Navy and Plum

Are those boots arriving in two weeks or just the leather for possible MTOs?
post #639 of 1241
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

I've said it before, but that museum calf / grain boot is an absolute winner.

This !
post #640 of 1241
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Are those boots arriving in two weeks or just the leather for possible MTOs?

Just the Ilcea museam (radica) leather. The boots are both just samples.
post #641 of 1241

Any interest?

 

1. Balmoral or Button boot?

2. Cordan museum (as seen in pic) for bottom and shaft? or Cordan bottom and suede shaft?

3. Broguing around bottom same as pic?

4. Plain cap toe but broguing around cap?

 

LL

post #642 of 1241
I'd be interested in that exact boot as shown. My only issue would be timing. Boot season is already upon us. If it would take a while then I might just wait to order it in advance of fall 2016.
post #643 of 1241

Guess I'm just not really a fan of pebble. It seems too casual to go with the dressier smooth calf. Personal preference.

 

Anyway, I never understood why there are so many shoes with pebble uppers and smooth lowers. For winter, wouldn't smooth calf get dirty easier than pebble? Wouldn't one want pebble on the bottom and smooth on the shaft? Does it not look right the other way? Can't say I've seen it the other way.

post #644 of 1241
I'd be interested in that exact boot as shown, also.

Justin, I'd love to see you add that design, as shown, but also in Navy and maybe a burgundy, to your rtw line.

Phillip smile.gif
post #645 of 1241
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Very sharp and interesting take on mixing Scotch grain with smooth without being too country.
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