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post #421 of 3604
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post


Yeah, can't mock-up a boot without knowing how many eyelets to add smile.gif

EDIT: Here is a random 7 eyelet for reference smile.gif

D***N

 

 

This sure isn't making it any easier to say no.baldy[1].gif

post #422 of 3604
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Originally Posted by steveyoo1983 View Post

No pressure! take your time. We have another 3 weeks until Carmina re-opens anyways wink.gif

HOLY! that's major skillz!! That looks perfect thank you!

WOW that looks amazing
post #423 of 3604
Thread Starter 

***edited with new pictures*** thank you again Jubei!

 

Here is a new black cap toe oxford model we will start pre-ordering for our store! please send me a PM if you would like to reserve a pair in your size!

 

Black cap-toe oxford in black calf, (Forest Last, wide width option avail): wardrobe staple for any occasion

 

Also here are 3 MTO idea for winter as well! Let me know if you would like to participate. Cheers!

 

1. Two Eyelet Derby in Navy Calf (Rain Last)

 

 

 

 

2. Split toe in Burnished Burgundy Calf (Simpson Last)

 

3. Split Toe Light Cognac Shell Cordovan Boot (Soller Last)

post #424 of 3604
Steve that boot looks ridiculously amazing.

Jubei I think you have just made it impossible to say no to that boot
post #425 of 3604
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Originally Posted by steveyoo1983 View Post

Never seen such beautiful side profile detail on a full strap penny before! these in navy shell! cheers.gif I think this one is good to go at this point!

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Originally Posted by steveyoo1983 View Post

#2 new penny loafer design in NAVY SHELL

 

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So, not the exact shoe but it's giving an idea of what a full strap navy loafer will look like. Albeit a much sexier last....

 

Justin re-shared this on Tumblr and I wanted to post it here because it was too sexy not to.

 

 

Gives you a good idea what our navy shell fullstrap uetams will look like.

 

I'm part of 3 MTO's and this is the one I'm most excited for. 


Edited by mrjester - 7/30/13 at 9:51pm
post #426 of 3604
Navy cordovan split toe boot too?
post #427 of 3604
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Originally Posted by hanoiboy View Post

Navy cordovan split toe boot too?

I would prefer navy cordovan to the light cognac as well
post #428 of 3604
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Originally Posted by stmaier View Post

I would prefer navy cordovan to the light cognac as well

Really? I think cognac gives best color options to wear with any color trouser. I think the navy would look better as a captoe opposed to a split toe
post #429 of 3604
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post


Really? I think cognac gives best color options to wear with any color trouser. I think the navy would look better as a captoe opposed to a split toe

 

I have a ton of brown boots right now...just looking to diversify a bit...

post #430 of 3604
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Originally Posted by stmaier View Post

I have a ton of brown boots right now...just looking to diversify a bit...

I have dark brown shell, ruby shell, grey calf, pebble calf and terracotta grain. For me the mid/light brown would be what I am missing.

I have 2 blue shoes coming so I need to hold off on Navy until a bit later
post #431 of 3604
X-post from the Carmina thread, in case people aren't reading it in addition. Apologies for the length.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Speaking of group MTO's through Gentlemen's Footwear, I've exchanged PM's with Young about the following idea and am checking on interest. You can respond in-thread or PM me about it.

Gentlemen's Footwear currently stocks this two-eyed wingtip derby in black calf. This model is on the Simpson last (sorry wide-foot dudes). I really like the model but am holding off on more black shoes for the moment. I think it would look great in burnished burgundy calf with single-leather sole and black edge trim. If possible, I'd also like to change the medallion to the example below.



Here's what Carmina's burgundy calf looks like.



Here's an example of burnished burgundy that Epaulet used when organizing an austerity brogue MTO (the shoe is EG; Carmina's will undoubtedly look different).



Here's an example of Carmina's burnished caramel calf.



Here's an example of Carmina's cuero calf, burnished by the folks at The Armory.



Example of alternative medallion.

post #432 of 3604
how about a black simple captoe (no punch, no medallion, etc.) in Simpson last?
post #433 of 3604
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Originally Posted by Viral View Post

how about a black simple captoe (no punch, no medallion, etc.) in Simpson last?

It might not have exactly the details you want (and I don't mean to take potential sales from Young!), but The Shoe Mart has a black Simpson-lasted captoe (decent range of sizes).

http://www.theshoemart.com/carmina-mens-essex-black/pvc-cam-mxsdlc-80286-001_cam_m_essex.html

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D***N


This sure isn't making it any easier to say no.baldy%5B1%5D.gif
I rather see this happen on a slimmer last, queen or robert last
post #435 of 3604
Hanoi I think the only last with a split toe boot is Soller.
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