Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.
I'm not sure. I found the pic by google search but i bet the skoak team will be able to tell you.
The Inverness has faux broguing. I doubt Bonafe makes the same style. They do have something similar to EG's Malvern, which is the more traditional brogue shoe.
Question about those Carmina colors. Noticed you referenced fox and polo suede. Are those new colors from Carmina or just what you're calling existing colors?
If they don't have a similar style and a pattern is not in place there will be a 30% surcharge if they agree to make the pattern. Regardless of number of participants (unless like a substantial order for like 15+ pairs).
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Similar leather would probably be Etrusco for the lighter parts and Meleze for the darker parts
A similar style would be the Jumper boot we have in our store called 3824:
No, Bonafé's soles are not oak bark.
What tannage are they and what are the differences?
Thanks in advance!
@leaves do you offer shoes made in veldtschoen construction ?
The 64 lasted EG Galway is Veldt construction.
Does Bonafé have carpincho?
Fur boots are fantastic
is the shoe on the site?
currently no, send them an email about it and they will reply faster.
At the moment we have no Veldtschoen construction shoes or boots in stock, but of course EG Galway can be made up in Veldt.
Unfortunately no but Peccary can be ordered. Peccary is similarly soft as Carpincho but with another texture.
Thank you for sharing, those look great and with jeans they look amazing. You even have more snow than Stockholm
Any chance the Rosewood shearling lined Galway will be restocked in future?
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