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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Justin, sorry for the delay but I'm very interested in a makeup like this. I would want it exactly like this though - no brouging and definitely on Dainite. I too would love as tight a grain as possible but recognize carmina might not have access to the same leather as JL.
post #3407 of 4742
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Originally Posted by eljlakers View Post

Justin, sorry for the delay but I'm very interested in a makeup like this. I would want it exactly like this though - no brouging and definitely on Dainite. I too would love as tight a grain as possible but recognize carmina might not have access to the same leather as JL.

I mean as long as its very close to the texture. I know the blucher boot that Steve has in his webstore has a fairly tight grain
post #3408 of 4742
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

I mean as long as its very close to the texture. I know the blucher boot that Steve has in his webstore has a fairly tight grain
So count me in as long as it's on Dainite and with no brogue.
post #3409 of 4742
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Originally Posted by eljlakers View Post

So count me in as long as it's on Dainite and with no brogue.

This is exactly what I want. Its a great balanced shoe for cold weather
post #3410 of 4742
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Originally Posted by MGoCrimson View Post

@laufer

@rydenfan

@Bertel
 
@golfinz

@mikeharo
 

Yea? Yea?

@budapest12 are you interested in this makeup?
post #3411 of 4742
By the way, is there anyone else interested in Chelsea boot on Rain last in Plum Museum Calf?
post #3412 of 4742
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post


@budapest12 are you interested in this makeup?

No go.  Waiting to see how my brown scotch grain jumpers on Oscar last will fit - and not inclined to order another one just yet in any event.  Looks to be a great makeup though.  Good luck with it.

post #3413 of 4742
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post


This is exactly what I want. Its a great balanced shoe for cold weather

Im OK with Dainite, prefer pebble grain.

 

As mentioned earlier can do quarter brogue or semi brogue. Already have a plain captoe in grain.

post #3414 of 4742
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post

It was my understanding we were attempting to, as closely as possible, duplicate this.
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I would be in on a leather sole.

 

It was my suggestion, but Steve told me it can't be made because the model isn't available in Carmina's stock. I guess the only way to get it would be through the source - Bestetti.

post #3415 of 4742
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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

It was my suggestion, but Steve told me it can't be made because the model isn't available in Carmina's stock. I guess the only way to get it would be through the source - Bestetti.

Yes. I understood this was the original impetus for the discussion of the MTO, but my recollection of the chain of events after that is a little different. It seemed this was the model for the shoe:



There was a discussion about medallion or no medallion. Btw - that shoe does not have a Dainite sole. Anyway, if the burgundy shoe pictured with the dainite is what people want, I am not in. I wish you all well with it, but it is of no interest to me.

Cheers
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No. I don't want a Dainite sole. I have enough Dainite. Sorry maybe we can do leather and Dainite. I am not really a fan myself. I think it is only good in rain and I wear Swims. I like leather. Sorry.
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post
Steve can it be done as 1/2 leather and 1/2 dainite? or does it need to be one or the other? Tomir sole maybe?
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Im OK with Dainite, prefer pebble grain.

 

As mentioned earlier can do quarter brogue or semi brogue. Already have a plain captoe in grain.

 

Good day gents,

I am so sorry to ruin the fun here :(

 

I just got an email from Betty that they only have TAN / BROWN (like our 973 boots we have in stock) / BLACK scotch grain leather available at this time. No burgundy and do not plan on stocking them for now :(

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Thanks Betty jeeeeeeeeeez.

Lol whose got another idea?
post #3418 of 4742
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Thanks Betty jeeeeeeeeeez.

Lol whose got another idea?

I do. CXL boots or Chelsea boots in plum museum calf.
post #3419 of 4742
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post

I do. CXL boots or Chelsea boots in plum museum calf.

CXL Jodhpurs
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Thanks Betty jeeeeeeeeeez.

Lol whose got another idea?

 

how about chelsea balmoral boots with a suede shaft and calf/hatch grain? Rain last, either quarter brogue toecap or austerity wingtip toe. what do you reckon?

 

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