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Powerful shine
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Powerful shine

Thank you!
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This is my one of the patina project i have done. Yanks double monk natural crust in 962 last...

 

 

 

 

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Here another.... Yanko austerity brogue in 962 last also... Cheers!

 

 

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Interesting. What is your Brannock sizing, out of curiosity? Mine is in the realm of 10.5B/C. 

 

I feel that it is much easier to fit boots as compared to shoes, because with shoes the heel slip problem is way worse (at least for me - the littlest amount of heel slip and your heel is out of the shoe). However, I own neither a balmoral nor a chelsea boot, so I wouldn't know about those. 

 

I have only worn my 915 monk straps once, and it wasn't for an extended period. I *hope* I don't get discomfort from longer wearing sessions.


Sorry about the long delay in answering - I kinda missed this one.

 

To my shame I have to admit that I don't know my Brannock size. My regular size in dress shoes is 7.5UK. I agree with you on heel slip being a bigger issue on regular shoes as compared to boots

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Might be a silly question, but what yanko lasts are most like carmina rain, Oscar, soller, uetam, Simpson, Robert, etc?
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This is my one of the patina project i have done. Yanks double monk natural crust in 962 last...

 

Nice, good job and what a lovely brown ;)

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Might be a silly question, but what yanko lasts are most like carmina rain, Oscar, soller, uetam, Simpson, Robert, etc?


Would like to know this as well.  I am a 9UK in Carmina Rain and a 9.5UK in Carmina Soller.  Any idea on what lasts would be best for me in Yanko?

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Would like to know this as well.  I am a 9UK in Carmina Rain and a 9.5UK in Carmina Soller.  Any idea on what lasts would be best for me in Yanko?

What? You wear a half sizer bigger in soller than rain? That is absolutely not the norm. If that's true, I bet you're the only member that sizes up for soller. Thinking your post was a typo and you meant to say 8.5....
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What? You wear a half sizer bigger in soller than rain? That is absolutely not the norm. If that's true, I bet you're the only member that sizes up for soller. Thinking your post was a typo and you meant to say 8.5....


Oops.  My bad.  I meant I wear a 9UK in Carmina Soller last and a 9.5UK in Carmina Rain last.  :)

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Oops.  My bad.  I meant I wear a 9UK in Carmina Soller last and a 9.5UK in Carmina Rain last.  :)

 

Same here buddy...

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Nice, good job and what a lovely brown ;)

Beautifully done!

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Oops.  My bad.  I meant I wear a 9UK in Carmina Soller last and a 9.5UK in Carmina Rain last.  :)

 

That's better :).

 

Withe the price increases that Carmina has implemented over the last year or two, I'm hoping that Yanko will take their spot in the $300-350 range.  

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Nice, good job and what a lovely brown ;)

Thanks mate for the kind word especially coming form you! : )

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The Yanko 915 seems pretty similar to the Carmina rain last. I wear a UK 10 in both and the fit is very good. The 915 seems ever so slightly larger in the instep.
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