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Epaulet x Carmina MTO

Discussion in 'Preorders, Group Made-to-order, trunk shows, and o' started by NAMOR, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. stmaier

    stmaier Senior member

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    Mike--

    Can we get some hump day mock-ups? I need something fun to look forward to while I am here in Scranton, PA...
     
  2. stmaier

    stmaier Senior member

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    looks like Mike is busy putting up some new MTOs...the JL WWII in Hatch Grain is up...hopefully the Burnished Scotchgrain and Cordovan options will follow...
     
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  3. rydenfan

    rydenfan Senior member

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    I already own two perf captoe boots but I don't think I will be able to resist a cordovan version of this boot
     
  4. hanoiboy

    hanoiboy Senior member

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    A lighter shade of Cognac or Chestnut shell for the WWII jumper please..
     
  5. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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    If i missed an old mto, can I still order one from that MTO (because carmina has the production experience from the previous order) or do I have to go through the whole group thing again
     
  6. badsha

    badsha Senior member

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    Unfortunately you have to start all over again. Unless its a stock item of one of the affiliates.
     
  7. stmaier

    stmaier Senior member

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    Looks like the FF sport coat build out is keeping you guys busy today...will tomorrow me MTO shoe build out day?

    Edit: just saw that you mentioned in the main thread that the MTOs are going up next week...sorry for my impatience, I am just really excited for this boot!
     
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  8. Mr. Six

    Mr. Six Senior member

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    Totally down for an MTO of the new u-tip in the dark brown marron with no broguing.
     
  9. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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  10. stmaier

    stmaier Senior member

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    The hatch grain chukka is up along with the JL WWII project in hatch grain and cognac cordovan...really hoping the JL WWII in the burnished scotch grain is an option as well...
     
  11. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Senior member

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    That's the one I'm looking for two. I'm on something of a scotch grain binge.
     
  12. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Senior member

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    How does the Soller last fit? Similar to the Forest?
     
  13. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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    Does anyone want a split toe, in a dark oak/burnished dark oak? (People wanted an austerity brogue, but I'd rather have the split toe in dark oak)
     
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  14. james ep

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    Epaulet Fall '13 MTO Projects Round Two

    We've got the next batch of Carmina MTO offerings (as the some of the eagle-eyed among you have already noticed!)

    Just like the last round, we've included the option for Carmina shoe trees or Epaulet Epic trees. All styles will be shipped from New York.

    Submitted for the approval of the midnight society:



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    Hatchgrain 3-eye Chukka, Soller Last: $295 deposit



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    Hatchgrain WWII Field Boot, Oscar Last: $295 deposit


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    Snuff Suede 3-eye Chukka, Soller last: $295 deposit


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    Cognac Shell WWII Field Boot, Oscar Last: $450 Deposit
     
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  15. james ep

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    I've never tried the Soller last personally, but it is sort of a hybrid of the Forest and the Inca-- it's the overall shape of the Forest with the toebox of the Inca.
     
  16. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Senior member

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    I wear the same size in Forest and Soller.
     
  17. applky

    applky Senior member

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    Snuff Suede Chukka ordered!

    Went for the Carmina shoe trees.
     
  18. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    Just put in my order.

    Count me in.
     
  19. kayjaybee

    kayjaybee Senior member

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    Hatchgrain chukka ordered...already have the same model in dark brown suede from Skoak and they're fantastic. Can't wait!
     
  20. bibs

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    I was a uk9 wide on the Forrest Last on the Ruby boots a while back, should i size up half a size for the Soller last?
     

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