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I think etrusco would look great.
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Hi All,

 

Newbie to EB here and decided to go with their 946 last in this beaut (http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/enzo-bonafe/products/enzo-bonafe-cordovan-wingtip). I have no experience with italian shoes but i know my best fit is the Carmina in Robert last in size 9 UK.

Tried to find a size chart for EB but cant find em anywhere, please advise ? Thanks

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The idea of buying boots made from the hides of endangered animals is kinda gross to me. You may have some problems getting them through customs.

This is why elephant, shark and hippo is not available through most shoemakers (including Bonafè) anymore. Even peccary might be hard to get your hands on in the future. It's not always because of ethical reasons - no serious EU maker would dare manufacture anything from endangered animals - sometimes the countries of origin limits trade by enforcing high customs and such.
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Originally Posted by Osc13 View Post

Hi All,

Newbie to EB here and decided to go with their 946 last in this beaut (http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/enzo-bonafe/products/enzo-bonafe-cordovan-wingtip). I have no experience with italian shoes but i know my best fit is the Carmina in Robert last in size 9 UK.


Tried to find a size chart for EB but cant find em anywhere, please advise ? Thanks

Please email sales@skoaktiebolaget.se for fitting advice.
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@borbor
@ballg
@ThunderMarch

Guys how did you end up sizing for the 804 Lazyman? I'm undecided whether to go with my 946 last size (same as my rain last size) or to size down.
post #1491 of 2859

Well, my 946 size is 8Uk. My Rain size is 8.5Uk (most of the time).

I intend to go with 8 Uk for the 804.

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Well, my 946 size is 8Uk. My Rain size is 8.5Uk (most of the time).
I intend to go with 8 Uk for the 804.
Thanks! Maybe the others can chime in?
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Thanks! Maybe the others can chime in?
Not part of this make up, but:
Rain: UK7,5
946: UK7,5
804: UK7

Standard width.
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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

Not part of this make up, but:
Rain: UK7,5
946: UK7,5
804: UK7

Standard width.
How does the instep and toe box feel when you compare the above last & size combinations above?

Thank you very much. I think I'm sold on 7UK.
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Originally Posted by watchidiot View Post

How does the instep and toe box feel when you compare the above last & size combinations above?

Thank you very much. I think I'm sold on 7UK.
The toe box on 804 UK7 feels roomier than the other two, albeit being larger in size. I believe it's because 804 is longer than both. Instep of 804 and 946 with 1/2 size differential looks the same judging by the Facing when laced. Length: 804 UK7 > 946 UK7,5 > Rain UK7,5. This was my experience with oxfords.
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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

Not part of this make up, but:
Rain: UK7,5
946: UK7,5
804: UK7

Standard width.

Carbon copy of this
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Thank you guys! Order placed for size 7 of the Lazyman Oxfords.
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946 H last museum chukkas today! Can't stop staring at them. Got called out by a coworker hehe.


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Hi all 

 

Yet again, I'm trying to gather 1 more interest for this jodhpur boot makeup.

In Vitello Melezze and Millerighe soles. Regular handwelt. 804 last. 

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Also, am wondering if anyone would be interested in this single monk makeup.

I'm thinking dark brown museum calf, or vitello bolet, with deerksin above the "balmoral" seam. 

Also needing just one more interest.

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