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Originally Posted by SummerofLove View Post

Just ordered two size 10 UK show trees and they are sold out. Please do restock 10 UK! On another note, when are the Enzo Bonafe March releases coming in and what's the latest on the Burgundy Beauty MTO completion?

Will do!

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Thanks for this comparison, it is super helpful as I'm the identical size in AE. I'm afraid I may have went half a size too big (7.5UK) on the reverse split toe gmto on the 363mod last. Hopefully I can still make those work when they arrive.

 

Do you have any EB's on the 804 last? I got in on the EB black cap toe gmto in size 7.5UK as well, hope it works out. While my feet are on the wide side, I have a lower instep and flat feet.

 

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Sorry it took awhile for me to post these pictures.

LtoR: EB 363MOD in 7UK, Carmina Rain in 7.5EE, AE 65 last in 8E. I lined up the back of the shoe (heel cup) and they are all about the same overall length.


To give you an idea of the instep, I wore the shoes and put them side by side. Notice that the eyestays on the 363MOD are almost closed.

post #2193 of 2838
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

Guys, we now have Enzo Bonafé lasted shoe trees available. Thay are lasted for the 946 last but they fit well in all Enzo Bonafé shoes. Stock is limited but we will of course restock if there's the demand for it.

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do they fit the other last shapes from EB better than your Skoak trees or are they pretty much the same fit? 

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a new Bonafe suede boot arrived from Skoak

         they turned out pretty well I think

 

 

            reminds me a little of a spade sole

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Last?
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:fonz:

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Last?

 

   946

 

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   agreed . . . . they turned out well  That is some really nice suede

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   946

   agreed . . . . they turned out well  That is some really nice suede

I like it with the chain stitch norvevese too.

What is the name of the suede?
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Janus in Testa Moro

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looks good.

 

would anyone be down for a loden loafer?

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Enzo spectators today for wandering around Old San Juan in Puerto Rico.  Do you think spectators are a bit too much for no show socks and shorts?

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Enzo spectators today for wandering around Old San Juan in Puerto Rico.  Do you think spectators are a bit too much for no show socks and shorts?

They work without socks but need the pents!
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Enzo spectators today for wandering around Old San Juan in Puerto Rico.  Do you think spectators are a bit too much for no show socks and shorts?
If you like them rock them I would rock them with some kind of linen summer pants & no sock is fine. But that is personal preference.
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If you like them rock them I would rock them with some kind of linen summer pants & no sock is fine. But that is personal preference.

 

I've been wearing them with light pants but thought I'd try something different (wardrobe is a bit limited while on vacation):

 

 

They're definitely fantastic with linen, no doubts there!

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^^like this look a lot better & understand able my man.
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