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Carmina NST Loden Suede Tanker Boot 6UK (7.5US) Soller Last

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jcmeyer, Aug 28, 2016.

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  1. jcmeyer

    jcmeyer Senior member

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    Carmina split-toe tanker boots in dusty-green Loden suede with double leather soles and green lining, originally purchased from our friend and SF-affiliate Steve at Gentlemen's Footwear in San Diego. Worn probably a dozen times so they show wear but nothing major.

    $225 includes shipping.

    I love these boots but they are simply too big for me. The Soller last is a half size bigger than Forest and Rain for sure, so while these are 6UK they'll be good for someone who typically wears a 7.5US (or a 6.5UK in those other lasts). For reference I wear a 7US in the AE Park Ave and Strand, 6.5US in Alden Barrie, 6UK in Meermin Olfe and Rui, and 6UK in Carmina Forest and Rain.

    Happy to answer any questions, take more pics, etc.

    :cheers:
     
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  2. Heatmiser

    Heatmiser Senior member

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    Bump for a great pair of shoes at a GREAT price. I have these exact same ones and LOVE them!
     
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