- Oct 22, 2020
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Really? I thought their MTO weekend is 'once' a year but then again I'm currently brain-dead
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Yeah, I thought so. I can’t remember if April or October is the usual month for their MTO weekend. I asked them if they’re planning to do one in April and no response, so. I just want to be ready design-wise if it’s April, if not then it could wait.Used to be then last year with covid they did twice..
Agreed. Very tall. Careful with the pull loops. They aren’t as sturdy as they look. But the boot itself is a spectacular iteration of Carmina’s lock on the captoe boot style. Even though mine have the stormwelt they still look quite sleek on the foot, especially on the Soller last.
I love that shade of brown. It’s so rich and deep. Like melted chocolate.
Maybe if order in April receive in October....Yeah, I thought so. I can’t remember if April or October is the usual month for their MTO weekend. I asked them if they’re planning to do one in April and no response, so. I just want to be ready design-wise if it’s April, if not then it could wait.
Are those the Kirby Allision version?
Yes, from the original order last year.Are those the Kirby Allision version?
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Yeah, the code is Buy Enzo Bonafe shoesAny Carmina experts happen to know the internal "fabricacion" reference number for the very chunky looking flat welt design in the below page links at Trading Post in Japan? I've tried a couple of time to order something like this but what I am after seems to get lost in translation and, invariably, I end up with a relatively close trimmed flat welt. That's perfectly OK but I'd like to know how to order an edge like what is shown below.
Now that I have these links I will ask Carmina when I next submit an order but thought someone might have already figured it out.