Carmina Shoes - Definitive Thread (reviews, advice, sizing, etc...)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., May 3, 2011.

  1. mrjester

    mrjester Senior member

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    How about the ones in my last post, with the flat laces? It's a burgundy but.. brigter. Gorgeous. Not a captoe.
     


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    We can do this for you guys as a Group MTO, no problems. Price will be 3400 SEK (2720 ex VAT, approx $420). Shipping is 300 SEK world wide. Delivery time is about 3 months.
     


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    I am interested in this shoe. Had talked to Andrew about it a week or two ago. My concern is the Simpson last and how it fits. I wear a 13D in the Allen Edmonds Delray, Clifton, and Kenilworth. All three are a loose fit on my foot. I am wearing the Kenilworth today and it will almost slide off my foot if not tied tight. Can anyone advise on how the Simpson compares. Otherwise I am waiting for a pair on the Rain Last from Epaulet (Ellison). I will see how it works and do an MTO on the rain for the shoe if it is a good fit. Love the shoe!
     


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    What do you guys think about the double monk in cognac shell? Theyre about $600 which is a pretty decent price these days for shell?
     


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    I'm actually not a big fan of shell.
     


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    I might be in on this, had my eyes on that model ever since SkoAB opened. But they didn't have it in my size.
     


  9. AriGold

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    Not a fan of shell in general or specifically on a double monk?
     


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    Love shell. Love double monks.
     


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    I ordered a pair over easter. Got a call yesterday (Tuesday) to confirm my address and was informed they would be sent that day. I'll post some pics when they arrive!
     


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    Ditto!
     


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    I'm greatly interested in the group MTO. Where do I sign ? =P
     
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  14. mrjester

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    I like double monks, not shell.
    Which MTO? Mine? We may have close to enough if so then.
     


  15. Ilovelobbs

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    I love all types of shoes. Shell; monks; calf; oxford; chelsea...the lot.
     


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