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Split toe boots arrived this morning!




I was looking for a sturdy boot for the winter. The leather is bombproof.

Thank-you, Steve!
How do you find the fit in comparison to rain? These are on soller, right?
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post

Split toe boots arrived this morning!
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I was looking for a sturdy boot for the winter. The leather is bombproof.

Thank-you, Steve!

 

Thank you as always Mike!

 

 

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Originally Posted by rc121 View Post

How do you find the fit in comparison to rain? These are on soller, right?

 

Most of my customers (unless you have a very wide feet...) including myself size down half from Rain to Soller since soller is bit longer in length :)

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So much awesomeness there Steve!
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Boom. Deposit paid on Burgundy Delapre/Utah Galway. C'mon EG...Daddy needs a new pair of boots. 

Same here, paid this morning. Can't wait!
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Here are some Carmina & EG new arrivals now available on our webstore :)

 

http://gentlemensfootwear.com/products/carmina-shoemaker-split-toe-derby-in-polo-suede

 

 

http://gentlemensfootwear.com/products/carmina-shoemaker-tanker-boots-in-brown-scotchgrain

 

 

 

These came out great.  Not a split-toe guy myself, but these look way better than I would have imagined.  You are a true visionary @steveyoo1983 

 

 

The pics came out great too.  Maybe be the lighting in the new shop.

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Suscribed good looking make ups for sure.

All EG are in E width?
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How do you find the fit in comparison to rain? These are on soller, right?

I sized down a half from Rain to Soller. I tried the 7 and 7.5. They would both would have worked but the 7 felt better. I'm quite happy with how these boots turned out.


US 8.5D brannock
Barrie - 8US
AE 5 last - 8E or 8.5D US
C&J 325 - 8 US
C&J 341 - 7E UK

Forest - 7.5UK
Rain - 7.5 UK
Soller 7 UK

I can post pics tomorrow of various lasts next to Rain and Soller, if it would be helpful.
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Another stellar transaction with Steve.  I certainly expected this pair to be a sturdy, solid pair - but there is a healthy dose of "smart" and "elegant" baked in.

 

 

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These look great, is anybody interested in doing the same boot but in Plum Museum Calf?
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These look great, is anybody interested in doing the same boot but in Plum Museum Calf?
this is plum already I believe. the current batch is really dark, I suggest thinking twice if you are chasing the ileaca shade.
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@steveyoo1983 or anyone:

 

I own have Soller NST in chestnut leather size 9UK and they are tight in the instep when worn all day. Regarding the polo suede version, would sizing up be advised or should I expect that suede would be slightly more forgiving?

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Another stellar transaction with Steve.  I certainly expected this pair to be a sturdy, solid pair - but there is a healthy dose of "smart" and "elegant" baked in. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Nice pics! In my opinion these turned out to be excellent. Now its time to up my photography game
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this is plum already I believe. the current batch is really dark, I suggest thinking twice if you are chasing the ileaca shade.

Good to know, I appreciate the warning.
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Originally Posted by member2000r View Post

this is plum already I believe. the current batch is really dark, I suggest thinking twice if you are chasing the ileaca shade.

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Good to know, I appreciate the warning.

They are dark brown.

But yeah, recent plum I've seen from Vass or Bonafe is really dark. Like Alden color 8 shell:



Haven't seen Carminas though. Maybe Steve can jump in.
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