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here you go. where did you buy them from?



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@Namor - I participated in Polish Forum group order. It was organized by Polish distributor - http://patine.pl/category/en/obuwie-klasyczne/2?horizontal

 

The current price on the website is 604 Euro. Currently they are collecting people for the last group order, which can help you to lower the price.  You need to contact them and ask :

 

Telefon: 091 851 12 91
E-mail: sklep@patine.pl

 

It is very reliable company, which has a very good reputation in Poland for  excellent service. 

 

I wait for second pair in Navy Cordovan - http://patine.pl/en/yanko-style-545-goodyear-welted-duplicate-1.html

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My latest acquisition: Yanko wholecut i light brown from the Nordic distributor Solyx (@Skolyx on SF):

 

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Nice one! Congratulations.

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My latest acquisition: Yanko wholecut i light brown from the Nordic distributor Solyx (@Skolyx on SF):

 

So what is your first impression? I've read people find them pretty much equal to Carmina.

i'm very tempted by their austerity brogue and perhaps a MTO double monk in snuff suede.
post #111 of 122
The quality seems to be good and I can not find anything to point my finger on. Leather may be slightly thinner and less supple than what I've experienced with my carminas but time will tell how it breaks in and wears.
Regarding fit I have queens, rain and forest lasted Carmina shoes and will say for my foot these fit more or less like rain although very slightly roomier and with a bit higher instep. The fit on the yankos are brand new like my suede austerity brouges in rain are like after 6-7 wears. I'm contemplating the double monk in the same color as well if this pair breaks in well which they hopefully does.
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9 hours straight in this pair today and I must say they've really broken in fast. I'm up for a pair of double monks next (in the same color).

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More examples of Yanko shoes -  Navy Cordovan - picture from Polish Forum (source patine.pl) 

 

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One more picture

 

When my shoes arrive (second from the right) I provide more pictures.

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My new Yanko 659 Navy Cordovan

 

Yanko Cordovan  Navy Blue vs Yanko Boots Calf Navy Blue

 

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Thanks ;), 

 

So...
Painting, Saphir Tunture proportion 1:1
Tinture Francaise 06 navy blue 
Tinture Francaise 64 base blue

 

Sole:
Tinture Francaise 04 dark brown

 

Finish Saphir Pommadier
Pommadier 06 navy blue
Pommadier 04 dark brown


thanks for sharing this :)

I just might copy this.

 

Here's my Yanko shoes that I bought from skolyx and painted myself.

 

 

More images to imgur

http://imgur.com/a/kjUwt

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  • @nisklasnordin excellent work :)
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  • @nisklasnordin excellent work :)

thanks, and you too btw :)

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Something else I just finished.

 

 

And the 'before' shot

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