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post #196 of 210

yes. thanks :)

 

they all start out as crust

 

 

 

post #197 of 210
You've really gotten much better at patinating Niklas. You should have a workshop here in Gothenburg, where we all could learn how to patinate our shoes smile.gif
post #198 of 210
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You've really gotten much better at patinating Niklas. You should have a workshop here in Gothenburg, where we all could learn how to patinate our shoes smile.gif


thanks, but Im still learning myself :)

If one is interested its just to go ahead and do it. Thats is what I did :)

All the stuff you will need is up on the guide at skolyx.se and can be bought from there as well.

post #199 of 210

Here is the Yanko 14306 double monks (stock model) on last 915 in burgundy with some extra polish applied:

 

post #200 of 210

Those are awesome Emil! @Skolyx I may have to change my "no more shoes this year" policy for a pair...

post #201 of 210
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Those are awesome Emil! @Skolyx I may have to change my "no more shoes this year" policy for a pair...

Hahaha,shoe fans will never deny beautiful shoes,thus there will more and more shoes in one's collection,hahaha

post #202 of 210

Looking to purchase my first pair of Black Oxford shoes

 

http://shoeparadis.com/en/men-shoes/shoe-yanko-eddystone.html

 

I am looking at these, and have been told they are better/comparable to the Allen Edmonds Parks

 

Thoughts?

post #203 of 210
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Yanko Mutton (left all photos) 14660 & Carmina 732

















Are those Carminas on the Forest last?
post #204 of 210
post #205 of 210

Fresh from the box, my first pair of Yankos.

These ones from Skolyx: http://www.skolyx.se/sv/hem/194-wingtip-morkbrun.html

Dark brown Wingtips on the 961 Last

Tbh Im not so good in judging quality of shoes :embar: Got interested in good year shoes one year ago.

But I think they are very nice for the price :)

iPhone 5 photos, so no super quality.

 

I think I will buy more from Yanko, I really like them, and they seem to fit my feet.

 

 

 

 

 

post #206 of 210
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Originally Posted by southern-swede View Post
 

Fresh from the box, my first pair of Yankos.

These ones from Skolyx: http://www.skolyx.se/sv/hem/194-wingtip-morkbrun.html

Dark brown Wingtips on the 961 Last

Tbh Im not so good in judging quality of shoes :embar: Got interested in good year shoes one year ago.

But I think they are very nice for the price :)

iPhone 5 photos, so no super quality.

 

I think I will buy more from Yanko, I really like them, and they seem to fit my feet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

These look good. How did you size for this pair?

post #207 of 210
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These look good. How did you size for this pair?

 

I looked here: http://patine.pl/uploads/assets/tabela_rozmiarowa.pdf

And saw that this last is G-Fit, Im starting to think that I need a little bit width for my feet.

I took size 9,5

 

In Meermin I have:

Ron Last Tassel suede loafer: 9,5

Rui last shell cordovan: 9,5

Herring Roborough calf leather: 9,5 (but I think these are a little bit too narrow for me)

 

I hope this helps.

post #208 of 210

Hi, my latest projects, Yanko patina ;)

 

 

 

 

post #209 of 210

ARSEN  - this is amazing job. Congratulations!

post #210 of 210

Level Master!

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