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Enzo Bonafe Handmade Shoes.

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

  1. wklq76a

    wklq76a Senior Member

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    Yes, but do you have a mahogany shell jumper? [​IMG]
     


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    Color 4 is going to look simply incredible. I don't recall seeing color 4 at all, recently. When are those due, by the way?
     


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    No, I only have a shell Vass LWB and SWB that don't fit. I do have Thorpes and Galways that are brown though.


    I want to see that color 4. brownish red sounds realy nice.
     


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    I thought colour 4 from Horween was the reddish/ruby one?. May be some extra finish in brown at Bonafes house?
     


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    Afaik.. colour 2/4/6/8 are all reddish brown with lower numbers being more red.
     


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    Ok Thanks, Then the ruby one must be the nº 2. Thanks for clarification.
     


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    Thank you for posting those look awesome ecwy
     


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    There was some mention of it here but it was mainly organized through reddit. I think there were only 4 or 5 of us on the order which is due "in the autumn at some point". Skoak has some #4 LWB's incoming which I'm sure will be amazing.
     


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    Wrong thread.
     
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    Does anyone have any pictures of Bonafe's mid red grain in the wild? I would like to see how that looks. Thinking about a shoe like the ptb shown above, but with a rubber sole.

    Edit: Pics of this aged a bit would be preferred.
     
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    just so you guys know, a few of us are talking on the Skoaktiebolaget thread about working on a GMTO two tone monk strap with a type of brown calf for the upper and then some other material like deerskin or peccary for the strap area to add some texture. Just let us know if anyone has some interest in it or look up the skoak thread and ask around so you can get some pictures of what we are working on.
     


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    Looking for one more person to get in on this GMTO. Comes with free Enzo Bonafe shoe trees.

    This style:
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    in Claret Museum Calf
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    Enzo Bonafe 3579
    Claret Museum Calf
    946 Last (G Width)
    Single leather sole
    Black calf lining
    Medium brown edge dressing
    Flat laces as shown
    "Derby" toe cap medallion


    Let me know if you need a different width, we should be able to accommodate.
     


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    This is the make-up that i was referring to the other day being set-up by @ThunderMarch

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    This picture shows how a calf / deerskin combination would look, albeit in a different color.


    Single monk design with sideswept buckle
    Contrasting uppers: Dark brown museum calf below or maybe Vitello Melezze, and dark brown deerskin or peccary on top (see texture of peccary in picture below but in different color)
    946 last
    Single leather soles, bevelled waist
    Conventional handwelt
    We will be able to choose lining colours (see options below), and also individualised sole inscription.

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    We already have 2 interests, so we are looking for just one more. I hope this is able to explain things a bit better and show the various options.
     


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