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Skoaktiebolaget – Carmina, John Lobb, Enzo Bonafè, Carlos Santos, Saint Crispin’s, Rubinacci – Offi

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. TtownMD

    TtownMD Well-Known Member

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    Also open to plum museums & burgundy lama button boots looks very nice. Just throwing in ideas out there, checked out borbor button boot looks very nice.
     
  2. ThunderMarch

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    Your idea sounds interesting, certainly.
    Do you by any chance have any pics of Reh llama in action
     
  3. ThunderMarch

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    Borbor's boots do look nice, but I would say I would be inclined towards something in brown. At least for now. LOL
     
  4. TtownMD

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    Do you know what shade of brown lately I have too many brown coming my way. Brown kudu, antique oak lol I just want to make sure it's not same color as my Stcrispin button boots posted above lol
     
  5. ThunderMarch

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    I must say I'm pretty partial to Bolet.
    If Bolet is ok for you.....my wallet is ready.
     
  6. watchidiot

    watchidiot Well-Known Member

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    Reh llama is the one in the middle. That's cola, Reh and Sahara llama.
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  7. TtownMD

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    Digging the reh llama man can you provide the pic of bottom half if possible. Aka other calf that you want to use.
     
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    I have to do little research & see what bolet looks like in real life if possible just want to make sure it's not over lapping.
     
  9. watchidiot

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    Agree that it looks great. Bergeronette is between bolet and Giamaica. I only have pictures of the swatch. I'm pretty sure it'll be darker since the swatches aren't burnished (look at how light yoko is on the swatch). Description has it that bergeronette is like EG burnt pine antiqued.
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  11. ThunderMarch

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    Looks good.
    I'm down for it.
    I have seen some pictures of Enzo's llama in the wild. It does look like it creases considerably but since this is the boot shaft we're talking about I am fine with this.
    I still prefer Bolet over Bergeronette, but if this is a deal breaker I'm certainly flexible.
     
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  12. TtownMD

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    Well we have time so no hurry watchidiot said some thing about not starting till end of December. So gives us enough time to get an idea or do some research what all this really looks like. I am sure some one has done this make up & we can all see the real life pic.
     
  13. ThunderMarch

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    Hey there,
    Sure, I am not in a rush, I do not mind waiting till December.
     
  14. loxo

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    Those are my shoes in the other picture. Here they are in natural light. Bolet is a really awesome color.



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  15. ThunderMarch

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    Hey, thanks a bunch for posting the pics. I do agree, the color is awesome, truly like these.
    I can't wait.
     
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    I'm down with vitello bolet with complimentary peccary shaft on 74945 last. Prefer dainite.
     
  17. ThunderMarch

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    Great. It looks like we have 3.
    @TtownMD what do you think?
    If you would like more time I'm fine with that, otherwise we are good to go?
     
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    RogerP Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone have a pic of the peccary options? I can't seem to find it on Skoak's site.
     
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    I've asked SkoaB about it and they don't have pictures readily available. They've had to ask bonafe each time.
    I'm wondering if @Leaves could chime in and help us with suggesting which shade of peccary would go best with Bolet?
     
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  20. GabrielOB

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    Please see this picture, showing Light Brown (left) and Brandy Peccary (right):
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