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

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  1. j ingevaldsson

    j ingevaldsson Senior member

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    It's harder to affect the color on grain leather, the cream gets cramped up in the lower parts and is harder to get it out evenly.
     
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  2. Squire

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    Hard but not impossible? I'm determined to get some darker grain, it looks a bit weird when it's the same colour as the calf.

    I guess regular paint or a sharpie will have to do as a last resort. ;)
     
  3. Leaves

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    Same suede as the above.
     
  4. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    My order shipped :D

    Maybe they'll even make in time for my birthday.
     
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    If you snooze, no shoes.
     
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    Haha, good one!
     
  7. SuitedDx

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    If you use darker cream polish and do it regularly leather will slightly darken. Don't expect significant changes (e.g., tan to dark brown) but the overall color will shift slightly and add patina. This effect should show well after a couple of years of wear.
     
  8. budapest12

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    Hullo? Uh, guyz? Starting to get worried about you all. Did you all migrate to some other Swedish shoe thread and not invites me?
     
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    Shhh. Nobody tell him where we are.
     
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  11. justinkapur

    justinkapur Senior member

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    I tried looking the past few pages but didnt see anything about this. I found on Skoaks tumblr. WOW

    Really want. Is this a GMTO? Or a stock item?
     
  12. JARB

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    @Flick , how are we doing with this? Still missing one before we can order?
     
  13. laufer

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    I would like to know first where Carmina sources its museum calf.

    I am interested in combo model with dark brown suede top not snuff suede as dark brown suede is darker than snuff suede.
     
  14. Skoaktiebolaget

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    It's a MTO, sorry for not clarifying that. The model is called Hove.
     
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  15. fllick

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    i think we are waiting on @Skoaktiebolaget or maybe @Leaves who can help to clarify where carmina sources their museum calf leather from, things should move pretty quickly from there
     

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