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Carmina Loden Suede Chukka Size UK 10.5

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by tchoy, Jun 20, 2014.

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  1. tchoy

    tchoy Senior member

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    Just received these from Steve of Gentlemensfootwear as part of GMTO. Brand new just tried on at home on carpet.

    Brand new Carmina Loden green suede chukka in Soller last Tomir sole, UK 10.5. The colour is gorgeous and unique.

    I wish I could keep them it's half size too big. The last runs half size bigger than Rain and Inca last.

    Just looking to recoup my cost. I think the retail price is $575

    For sale $488 >$460>$440 including shipping to the US please PM for other destinations.
     

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    Could you wear them with the thick socks? This does not bode well for me, I ordered are pair of ankle boots on Soller last in the same size I take Rain lasted shoes. Are they just wide for your feet or also too long for you? Good luck with selling those.
     


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    I probably could wear it with a thicker sox and adding an inner sole, it is a tad long and wide, half size smaller would have be perfect. If it doesn't sell for near the price I'll just keep it. I love the Loden colour suede.
     


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