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post #2506 of 2836

X-post from the Skoak thread:

 

any interest to do an Enzo Bonafe derby chain-welted GMTO? 

 

 

 

 

Derby shoes (model 3635), I believe colour/material in the first picture is Betis Castagna.

If colour is too boring and people want to change up, I am interested to try lama sahara (on the right):

 

 

I am not a big fan of 946 last (as per the 1st picture), am thinking of going for 74945 last instead.

I would like norvegese chain-welted, natural rope laces with leather ends, millerighe (see picture below) or double leather sole.

A red or green lining should be interesting.

 

 

Any interest?


Edited by supern0va - 7/17/16 at 12:26am
post #2507 of 2836
Anybody interested in a captoe boot?

Details:
  • Model - 3824MOD
  • Last - 363MOD
  • Sole - Dainite
  • Eyelets - 5/4 (Exposed/Speedhooks)

Color/Leather up for discussion - anything other than color 8.
post #2508 of 2836
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Originally Posted by kevenmee View Post

Anybody interested in a captoe boot?

Details:
  • Model - 3824MOD
  • Last - 363MOD
  • Sole - Dainite
  • Eyelets - 5/4 (Exposed/Speedhooks)

Color/Leather up for discussion - anything other than color 8.

 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/pre-order-deposit-enzo-bonafe-tarnsjo-jumper-boots

 

Unless you want some other leather..

post #2509 of 2836
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Originally Posted by ecwy View Post

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/pre-order-deposit-enzo-bonafe-tarnsjo-jumper-boots

Unless you want some other leather..

Thanks - I did see this, just wasn't a fan of how the captoe was smooth but the rest of the shoe was grainy...

Not the end of the world, but I figured if anybody else was interested.
post #2510 of 2836
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Originally Posted by kevenmee View Post

Thanks - I did see this, just wasn't a fan of how the captoe was smooth but the rest of the shoe was grainy...

Not the end of the world, but I figured if anybody else was interested.

Well most if not all grain leathers will exhibit similar characteristics at high tension areas. Anyway good luck!
post #2511 of 2836

x-post from Skoak thread:

 

I'm trying to get a better understanding of the aesthetics of Enzo lasts based on lasts I am familiar with, primarily Carmina and Meermin.

 

For those familiar with Carmina/Meermin lasts, which last would you say best resembles the 74945 last? Based off the pictures I have seen, it seems to visually look similar to Meermin's Olfe last, but it's hard to judge without seeing them in person.

 

For what it's worth, based off of the research I've done, the 804 last seems to resemble Carmina's Inca last.

post #2512 of 2836

Some MTO inspiration for you:
 

Enzo Bonafe 3936 Mahogany Cordovan 946 E Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 3540 Vitello Etrusco 946 G Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 3934 Bracken Museum 363 mod Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 3751 m. Vitello 22721 Pewter Museum 363 m. Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 2475 INCA Col. 3993 74945 Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 2475 mod. Lama Ebano 74945 Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 2695 Mahogany Cordovan 40530 Last

 

Enzo Bonafe 3672 mod. Vitello Meleze 946 E Last

 

Kind regards,

 

Oliver

post #2513 of 2836

^^^ Sweet!  I definitely need one of those norvegese split-toes in my life.

post #2514 of 2836

Respect, on the green and pewter boot with white stitching.  Looks great.

post #2515 of 2836

I am new to Enzo shoes and interested in a couple of pairs.  I could use some help with sizing.  My US size is 9D.  My heel to toe is actually 8.5 but my heel to ball is 9.  So 9 it is.  I am D width but borderline with E.  Sometimes I feel like 8.5E is a better fit for me, but I always have heel slippage in those cases.  So for most US shoes I go with 9D.

 

I am looking to get the Enzo wholecut on the 946 last E-width and the cordovan wingtip oxford which is on the same last.  Can anyone advise me as to which size I should get for these shoes?

post #2516 of 2836
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Originally Posted by Dannefalk View Post
 

Some MTO inspiration for you:
 

Enzo Bonafe 3936 Mahogany Cordovan 946 E Last

 

 

Kind regards,

 

Oliver

 

What would be the price for the 3936 boot in black calf?  And how would I go about ordering it?

post #2517 of 2836
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Originally Posted by mosy View Post

What would be the price for the 3936 boot in black calf?  And how would I go about ordering it?

Email us at sales@skoaktiebolaget.se and we will help you!

Regards;

Oliver
post #2518 of 2836

skoaktiebolaget:

 

 

Here's another one I may be interested in - this exact makeup (assuming its a leather sole).  What last is it and what would the price be?

post #2519 of 2836
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Originally Posted by mosy View Post
 

skoaktiebolaget:

 

 

Here's another one I may be interested in - this exact makeup (assuming its a leather sole).  What last is it and what would the price be?


For inquiries please email sales@skoaktiebolaget.se - also visit our affiliate thread (link in my signature) 

 

Kind regards,

 

Oliver

post #2520 of 2836

X-post from the SkoaB thread.

 

This is my entire Bonafe collection, all from SkoaB. The versatility of their MTO program really makes for a good variety of possibilities. 

And they are really adept at making almost anything!

 

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