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

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  1. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    It's a fabulous boot. I'm really glad I eventually got one on the 64 Last.


    Now lately after getting a few on the 82 and now a few on the 64 I'm now thinking of possibly getting one on the 202.
     


  2. aldenwear

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    I would be in so long as the leather used was burgundy or plum museum calf although would prefer a pattern closer to EG Malvern - has real brogueing, not the fake brogueing of the Inverness
     
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  3. Handcuffed

    Handcuffed Senior member

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    I would also love a chance at the rosewood galway. skoaok didn't order my size last time or i would have purchased one.
     


  4. tifosi

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    Yes! My next Galway will be on the 202.
     


  5. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    The other 2 Boots in contention are the Thorpe and the tri color Shannon.
     


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    Nevis on 202. Done.
     


  7. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    The Nevis still stands a chance.



    Split toe boot, Split toe boot, Split toe boot.
     
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    I'm loving all the love for the 202 last! Any thoughts for color/leather combos yet?
     


  9. tifosi

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    My next Galway will be one of the Utah leathers. Light brown, dark brown or navy.
     


  10. dddrees

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    I,m a ways off yet, I think my next boot will be split toe, so I haven't really given it much thought yet.
     


  11. jerrybrowne

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    Halifax?
     


  12. sacafotos

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    @Leaves or @Skoaktiebolaget

    Does the leather of the Sinatra wholecut appear that different than the Carmina wholecut on Rain?

    I've heard GG uses mostly crust leather, so I'm curious what the premium entails beyond the last shape.

    I can tell the eyelets on the Sinatra are much much cleaner...
     


  13. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    I'm thinking Nevis or Thorpe.
     


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    Can't wait to see. The navy would be cool especially if a two tone with maybe a navy suede.
     


  15. JubeiSpiegel

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    Might be best answered from the horse's mouth:

     


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