Skoaktiebolaget – Carlos Santos, Enzo Bonafé, Saint Crispin’s, Paolo Scafora, Carmina, Rubinacci

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  1. barky

    barky Senior member

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    Thanks. What if it's GMTO or MTO? Also, does Bonafe make lasted shoe trees? I find that their chiselled last does not take 3rd party trees that well.
     


  2. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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    . . .uhhh.

    You just posted some off the wall crap in the epaulet x carmina thread too
     
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  3. Skoaktiebolaget

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    There will be no extra surcharge for museum calf in any of those cases. They do not have lasted trees, but we have noticed that our own shoe trees fit the chiseled last really well.
     


  4. Leaves

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    I'm sorry for the late reply and not keeping you updated as well. Carmina has a problem sourcing grain at the time. They are looking for more sources as their current tannery is letting them down repeatedly.


    Aye, the edge dressing has not been applied, that is done in the very final stages of production, there will be no contrasting edge dressing.
     


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  6. barky

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    Very nice! So is there anyone who is interested in a GMTO of a wholecut version of either shoes in Plum museum and chiselled last? My preference would be with brouging. Pls note that the shoes below are not Bonafe.

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  8. golfinz

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    ^ No kidding! I would have grabbed a few pair's of the above if any of them were in a uk6. Stupid small feet
     
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    Austerity Brogue vs. Antiqued Adelaide ? Cant decide which one. Thoughts ?
     


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    Didn't know there are so many UK 6!
     


  11. MightnMagic

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    What about this, brown or plum [​IMG]
     
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    I ponder the same exact thought.
     


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    How about a Navy museum chapel monk or two-eyelet derby

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    UK 6, reporting in.

    Rain is the greatest last ever.
     


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