Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.
lol 1 size fits all! only us10.5e for first 6 pairs.
G&G is such a pain in the ass to deal with now
That was my understanding too and I think G&G requires minimum of 5 orders to avoid MTO fee.
Unfortunately that is incorrect, you are referring to the EG policy.
This is what has me scratching my head. Almost as absurd as offering shoes in one length, but any width that you like!
Just in from Enzo Bonafé:
And finally our split toe with a chained Norvegese is here.
Can I want this? Tweed and calf Balmoral boot
Dunno, can you?
No one up for a nice dark brown Carmina derby jumper captoe boot?? Come on people! You know you want it!
Of course! Those are cool but i would have a hard time finding the occasions to wear them.
I'd wear those with a suit in the fall and winter months in any circumstances where black dress shoes would otherwise be appropriate. For me, that would be quite often.
Unfortunately I have 2 green from G&G already... It is stunning though
If it was midnight blue I'd be in.
These just came in this mornng.
This is my 7th pair of Carmina and the 3rd purchase from Skoaktiebolaget.
The leather quality is unbelievable. It so smooth and soft. The rubber soles so comfort always compared to leather
The quality of carmina shoes is for double the Money i have paid for.
A few more pairs to be ordered soon from Skoaktiebolaget.
Please guys from Skoaktiebolaget keep ordering shoes with rubber soles. My feet feel so happy on them.
^^^ Those look great! I think both suede and shell are particular strengths of the Carmina brand.
Anybody find that the Bonafe 946 last is a bit more snug then the Carmina rain in comparison? RogerP maybe you can weigh in on this?
Is there any interest in above GMTO in navy Shell?
Quote:I have both in a derby boot in a UK 9 - I'll try them on again when I get home, but I can't say I recall a big difference, save that the Bonafe may be a little narrower in the toe box.
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