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clee1982

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Toebox wise the 74945 is more comfortable than AM's soft square in E width. I find slightly more room to wriggle my toes in the 74945 than AM soft square.

As for the instep, I suspect EB lowers it for non-lace models. I find the instep of my single monks to be lower than my oxfords. Both are 74945 and same size.
You take same size in AM soft square and 74945? How about chisel 2
 

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You take same size in AM soft square and 74945? How about chisel 2
Nope. I size up by half for AM soft square and Chisel 2. Both in UK7. I take 74945 in UK6.5
I may say that the toe width of the 74945 and chisel 2 feels somewhat similar, with 74945 being a tad bit smaller.
 

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Does anyone know what model ID these are?

I think they look like a more interesting jumper boot, but it really needs a cap toe, lol.

 
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Does anyone know what model ID these are?

I think they look like a more interesting jumper boot, but it really needs a cap toe, lol.

Kinda looks like it's based on the 3744 with some mods.
 

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Kinda looks like it's based on the 3744 with some mods.

Yeah, or the jumper boot but added heel and triple stitch...



It was Sole garb who made them, so I could just ask him for ref number...

They really are quite special.
 

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Does anyone know what model ID these are?

I think they look like a more interesting jumper boot, but it really needs a cap toe, lol.

That’s a service boot inspired pattern Lorenzo had Enzo develop for solegarb. If you want that pattern you can only order it through solegarb, since Enzo operates in Such a way that the retailer who invest in a new pattern own the pattern. It is referred to as the service boot
 

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Does anyone have any pictures of Bonafe mahogany shell footwear in the wild (preferrably outdoors)? The color appears similar to Armangnac, perhaps slightly darker, in most of the pictures I've seen. Very little sign of red undertones that mahogany is supposed to have. Hoping someone has pictures where the red is more evident (similar to Alden mahogany). Thank you!
 
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Can I get some sizing advice for the 804 last? How do they fit? Are they tts?
I came across a pair of second hand jodphur boots which are 9.5Uk but the seller says they fit like a 10Uk, albeit they are a little too snug for him. I was thinking of picking them up as a tester pair since I plan on doing a couple mtos in the future.
For reference I have Carmina rain & uetam in 10Uk. The rain are snug and the uetam are even more snug but not to the point of being uncomfortable.
 

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