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post #766 of 1091

Personally I'd go with the bals as I prefer closed lacing and think that shoes without a cap toe look slightly off. But that was, however, a pair of (for me) unusually good looking chukkas.

post #767 of 1091




personal prototypes from my upcoming line...thought a bit of denim would be fun and different....like a dummy, I forgot to add metal eyelets..but they will be there for the final product...
post #768 of 1091

ah! I want both! decisions.....

post #769 of 1091
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Originally Posted by Papperskatt View Post

Next week a new shoe store called Skoaktiebolaget will open here in Stockholm and I found these Carmina beauties on their website and thought that I should share them here.

 

 

 

BTW, any news on the Meermin balmoral boots yet? :)

 

Very nice indeed.

post #770 of 1091
Someone asked the question earlier as to whether or not have a medallion on the captoe.... everyone said no.

Why not? And what about a medallion without a captoe?
post #771 of 1091
You would be greatly displeasing the originator of this thread with a floating medallion.
post #772 of 1091
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You would be greatly displeasing the originator of this thread with a floating medallion.

Why?
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Someone asked the question earlier as to whether or not have a medallion on the captoe.... everyone said no.
Why not? And what about a medallion without a captoe?

IMO, it kind of goes against the idea of a boot. It doesn't quite look right... the paul stuart ones, for example, just look about a half step too "dandy," even for me.  Although I do think a full brogue shortwing or austerity brogue shortwing works. 

post #774 of 1091

Btw I ended up with some Tetbury's for now, but the carmina balmoral's are coming up next month!

post #775 of 1091
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Next week a new shoe store called Skoaktiebolaget will open here in Stockholm and I found these Carmina beauties on their website and thought that I should share them here. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







Store manager: We don't stock these in your size. ffffuuuu.gif
post #776 of 1091

yet another G&G noob question.

anyone familiar with their KN14 last & its width fit ?

post #777 of 1091
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Store manager: We don't stock these in your size. ffffuuuu.gif

WHAT SIZE ARE YOU!?!?!?!?!?!?!

post #778 of 1091
superfluous, along with opera pumps balmoral boots are just about the most timeless piece of footwear one can get. A medallion will look off to the many purists on SF, a kind of effected modernization of sorts.
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WHAT SIZE ARE YOU!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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post #780 of 1091
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They don't have mine either :/ Anywhere else you can buy good balmoral boots for sub $500 out there? Apparently they are going to restock my size (7UK) in the cordovan one but I want the calf  with the pebble grain with the rubber sole.... hopefully meermin gets it soon!

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