Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.
Does anyone know if Carmina makes a non brogued captoe in this shade of brown?
To which shade are you referring? I think I have seen a plain cap toe (assuming you mean oxford and not blucher) in every shade of brown that Carmina typically produces. Trouble can be finding one in stock when you need it...
This one on the rain last. Preferably with no broguing
Skoaktiebolaget has a couple of options. Here is an option in midbrown (Marron, as Carmina calls it):
And here is one in espresso, a darker brown:
EDIT: Ooops, I didn't notice the second wasn't on Rain. The first is, though
The espresso one unfortunately is a forest last. If it were on the rain. Last it would be an easy buy. I already have the semi broguenin Martin so having something in the same shade is less on the priority list for now. Thanks for your help!
@Leaves (and/or anyone more knowledgeable than I) what is Tyrolese Construction?
phsiao08 Carmina has a dark brown captoe (80386) on the Rain last available in their own webstore, just have a look at their website under Men Shoes>Oxfords
I believe is Norvegese Chained.
"The Tyrolese construction is an evolution of the Norwegian one. Indeed, it features a double Norwegian stitching that makes the shoe highly structured. The stitching pace and the thick twine give the shoe a strong look not going unobserved."
From the Paolo Scafora website.
A couple of Enzo Bonafé stock additions:
New Button Boots in Espresso Weinheimer Calf and Suede
Enzo Bonafé Adelaide in Vintage Ilcea grain and Espresso Weinheimer Calf
Im interested in the carlos santos jodhpur boot.
How do they fit? Im a 7.5 uk in meermin hiro double monks
Wow, those adelaides with the Ilcea Martin grain are sublime.
I have a supreme affection for adelaides. Looking forward to seeing some designs from Scafora.
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