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I have been googling images of Enzo Bonafe from Japanese retailers for the past week. Can anybody suggest which last this is? This looks fantastic: in my mind, 804 is slightly too long, and there is too much taper (view from the profile) of the toe box. This one seems to be deliciously almond while not being too stubby.

 

TIA.

 

http://rifare-online.shop-pro.jp/?pid=80515721

http://rifare-online.shop-pro.jp/?pid=80515721

 

I believe the above two should be of the same last, but I might be wrong.

 

post #1757 of 2837
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^^^ Assuming you mean 74945? I love the look of this boot and could use a brown dress boot, but the blue suede would be limiting for me for how I would plan to wear it. I could go for something with a lighter shade suede shaft still in the brown family.

Even though you can't see the shaft 99% of the time? I wanted the blue because of the contrast with the brown vamp.
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Even though you can't see the shaft 99% of the time? I wanted the blue because of the contrast with the brown vamp.

Yep. Like I said it is a very cool boot and love the look, but my need (loosely speaking - lol!) is for a brown dress boot right now.
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Yep. Like I said it is a very cool boot and love the look, but my need (loosely speaking - lol!) is for a brown dress boot right now.

Roger would you be interested in something like this from EB

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Already got blue bal boots my man. Or did you mean that boot in brown? Would look killer in brown calf with a lighter brown suede shaft.
post #1761 of 2837
I might be down for a more casual Galway-esque in brown with a loden shaft.
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Already got blue bal boots my man. Or did you mean that boot in brown? Would look killer in brown calf with a lighter brown suede shaft.

I know you are all "blued out" I was thinking about brown, all leather brown but suede upper could be an option too.

Something like this. I would also be open to 946 last.

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Roger would you be interested in something like this from EB

 

That is beautiful! What Enzo model is that?

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That is beautiful! What Enzo model is that?

It's not, it is G&G model but we are thinking about asking EB to make us something similar.
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It's not, it is G&G model but we are thinking about asking EB to make us something similar.


I was going to say, that looks fantastic but not quite Enzo. If Enzo can do something similar I'd be quite interested myself.

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I was going to say, that looks fantastic but not quite Enzo. If Enzo can do something similar I'd be quite interested myself.

What last from Enzo are you interested in ?
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What last from Enzo are you interested in ?


I'm open to suggestions on that style boot.  It would also depend on what Enzo's version looked like.  If it was more country and classic then 363MOD might be the way to go, but if it was a bit more forward like G&G then 805 might even work.  74945 might be a nice middle ground?

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@RogerP

Yes sir. My first choice would be leather and suede.
post #1770 of 2837
Do they make a boot on the 804 last?
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