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Enzo Bonafe Handmade Shoes.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Chris "Italia", Nov 4, 2007.

  1. peppercorn78

    peppercorn78 Senior member

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    I've decided that I need a very thin insole or sockliner of some sort to take up some volume in my 946 chukkas. Does anyone have any recommendations?

    TIA
     


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    tifosi Tire Kicker

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    I could be into a couple suede versions, yea. If they can round off that apron stitching I'll be a bit more interested, @Ironist
     


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    Can you provide little more detail like pic of suede so I have an visual idea. If possible I have been interested in Jp suede for a while.
     


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    If you guys are copying suede Dover same every thing but with EB suede I would be also interested
     


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    tacco or saphir insoles do a very good job
     


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    If you go to the Enzo GMTO thread here:

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/504550/enzo-bonaf-mto-and-gmto-central

    The first post has some swatches of the different leathers. The Janus #8 is a really light sand color.
     


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    It seems to me so, at least the toe stiching.
     


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    Friends, I'm trying to get a GMTO going for a mahogany shell jumper boot. Please see the post in my sig for details!
     


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    Ironist Senior member

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    I'm tempted but I have so many boots now...
     


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    A few of us have this incoming in #4 cordovan with storm welt. Insanely excited so good luck!
     


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    ^ is mahogany and #4 the same thing?

    I'm on m phone can't see the link :/ I'll check again this evening
     


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    No. They are very similar, though, much like Saddle and Whiskey. I'd say Mahogany is a touch lighter, and a bit more orange. Color #4 is more brownish red.
     


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