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post #781 of 1068
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

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!

 

Up until yesterday, there was a bal boot available through Andrew Lock for $450 as a special pre-order price: http://andrewlock.storenvy.com/ But now it's gone! Strange. Maybe their stock arrived, so it's being switched from pre-order to regular.

post #782 of 1068
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

Anywhere else you can buy good balmoral boots for sub $500 out there?

 

Well, definitely not as good and nice as Carmina, the ones that I know about are Herring Shoes Holmes (made by Cheaney) and Allen Edmonds Fifth Street.

 

EDIT: I almost forgot! Septíème Largeur and Markowski have some models too, although I personally don't like them... 

 

http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/marceau---forme-174-en-box-bergeronnette-p18875-fr.html

http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/ambroise---forme-174-en-box-noir-p10525-fr.html

http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/balmoral---forme-174-en-box-bergeronnette-veau-velours-marron-p7475-fr.html

 

http://www.markowski-chausseur.fr/appolinaire--bergeronette-veau-velour-p41500-en.html


Edited by Papperskatt - 10/11/12 at 11:51am
post #783 of 1068
Franco's has the Rider boots in a few sizes left at almost 40% off!
post #784 of 1068
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Originally Posted by Papperskatt View Post

 

Well, definitely not as good and nice as Carmina, the ones that I know about are Herring Shoes Holmes (made by Cheaney) and Allen Edmonds Fifth Street.

 

EDIT: I almost forgot! Septíème Largeur and Markowski have some models too, although I personally don't like them... 

 

http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/marceau---forme-174-en-box-bergeronnette-p18875-fr.html

http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/ambroise---forme-174-en-box-noir-p10525-fr.html

http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/balmoral---forme-174-en-box-bergeronnette-veau-velours-marron-p7475-fr.html

 

http://www.markowski-chausseur.fr/appolinaire--bergeronette-veau-velour-p41500-en.htm

 

 

OUTSTANDING!  How does septieme largeur fit in comparison to carmina's or C&J's? Would it be about the same?

post #785 of 1068
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

Up until yesterday, there was a bal boot available through Andrew Lock for $450 as a special pre-order price: http://andrewlock.storenvy.com/ But now it's gone! Strange. Maybe their stock arrived, so it's being switched from pre-order to regular.

That Andrew Lock one looks like the same boot as the Herring boot, right?
post #786 of 1068
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

OUTSTANDING!  How does septieme largeur fit in comparison to carmina's or C&J's? Would it be about the same?

Although I like those carminas with the pebble grain soooooo much more.

post #787 of 1068
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

OUTSTANDING!  How does septieme largeur fit in comparison to carmina's or C&J's? Would it be about the same?

 

I don't own any shoes from SL so I have no idea, sorry.

 

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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post


That Andrew Lock one looks like the same boot as the Herring boot, right?

 

They are very similar but they aren't 100% identical, for example the Herring boot have speed hooks whereas the Andrew Lock does not. Also, the soles are different. But they are both made by Cheaney so I guess that those differences aside, it's pretty much the same boot.

 

(Psst... Free shoe tree from Herring with code HSAB)

 

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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

Although I like those carminas with the pebble grain soooooo much more.

 

 

Yeah! The store opened today and I dropped in to look at them in person. I really liked them before but now I'm in love! They are absolutely fabulous!inlove.gif Too bad that I can't afford any new shoes for a couple of months... 

post #788 of 1068
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

That Andrew Lock one looks like the same boot as the Herring boot, right?
That's because they're also made by Cheaney. So they're the same boot. I feel they look like a dolphin for some reason, like the head of a dolphin.
post #789 of 1068
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

That Andrew Lock one looks like the same boot as the Herring boot, right?

It's the same model from the same maker. Lock's doesn't have metal eyelets and this gives them so much cleaner look.
post #790 of 1068

From what I can find the Herring Holmes and Andrew Lock Northampton boot are on different lasts, the Herring on 2003 and AL on 125. 

post #791 of 1068
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

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.

Not sure if serious.gif.
post #792 of 1068
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


Not sure if serious.gif.

right? i guess oldest....

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post #794 of 1068

Nice boots, but they are bluchers and not balmorals.
post #795 of 1068
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Originally Posted by ap10046 View Post

Franco's has the Rider boots in a few sizes left at almost 40% off!

hey ya i saw that but not in my size

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